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“Reason for our trip to Argentina”

Parque Nacional Iguazu
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US$938.00*
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3-Night Tour to Iguassu Falls by Air from Buenos...
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Reviewed October 14, 2017

This was the reason we went to Argentina and it didn't disappoint. Met people from around the globe who felt the same way. There is a lot of walking involved once you pass through the entrance 500 pesos per adult bring ID with you. There is a "people mover train" to certain parts of this vast area. We decided to take the boat/safari jeep trip as we thought it would be less walking but we misunderstood what was being offered as we were told 1.5 hours of walking only. Monkeys, birds, reptiles, south American racoons, so much nature not just the falls. The boat trip was worth it they give you waterproof bags for your stuff and I wore a bathing suit smart move. The grand scale of these waterfalls are breath taking we live 1.5 hours from Niagara Falls in Ontario Canada. You don't know where to look first it is awe inspiring. Will have these memories forever and it was worth everything it took to travel there.

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Reviewed October 2, 2017

Amazing place, it's a must see. Everything you hear about it is true. Magical. Lots of food options inside park an they were not too expensive. Cash only to gain entrance, but inside shops and restaurants credit cards are widely accepted. It was $500 Argentinian pesos per person to get in.

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Reviewed September 23, 2017 via mobile

Excellent for nature lovers ! One of the Wonders of the World! Better place to stay is the Sheraton which is inside of the park with direct access to the different paths to walk through the falls! The town is a nice place where to shop and eat as well!

Thank SanSolis
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Reviewed September 23, 2017 via mobile

Being an Argentinian I was amazed but such a display of kindness! Great place; wild and well signposted. A bit different from the Brazilian Park - which is more like a Disney Park- but still a place I rather go since you feel one with nature. You should see both borders since the experience differ a hell of a lot. Argentina has the falls and Brazil the view.

Thank Fernanda M
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Reviewed September 19, 2017 via mobile

As good as it get for Argentina building an attraction. Prices are fair, and you get a whole day of walking over rivers and jungles in a decently built iron trail overlooking the Iguazu cataratas (falls). You have 2 main circuits, upper and lower, about a mile each. A third one conectes by a small train to overlook the "Garganta de
Diablo" aka: Devils Throat.

You do have a couple of decent places to eat junk food, in between these areas a small local creature called: Coaties, no idea how to call it in English, but it's like a cuter looking very large rat, or small mapache walks around looking shy but actually has no fear in grabbing your food and running to the jungle. I personally saw this twice and was a victim of it, having one of these guys grab my bag till it tore open and running away with my 6 empanadas.

Had a great day. September and during the austral winter is a good time to go, the hot seasons can be challenging.

Thank Nicolas B
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ParquesNacionalesARG, Atención al Visitante at Parque Nacional Iguazu, responded to this reviewResponded September 20, 2017

Hello Nicolas B,

Thanks for sharing your experience visiting Iguazu National Park.

We hope you can visit more National Parks in Argentina!

Regards,
Parques Nacionales de Argentina – Atención al Visitante

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