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Iguazú Falls

Puerto Iguazú, Misiones Province N3370XAJ

 03757 49-1469

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"You could also go to Mendoza, which is really wonderful, Iguazú Falls, or the north east Salta and San Salvador de Jujuy."  See More

"Iguazú Falls is about a 17 hour overnight bus ride from Buenos Aires."  See More

"Having already touched down on all continents I've already checked off some of my initial list, places like Antarctica, Svalbard and Jan Mayen, Iguazú Falls, Petra, Ilulissat Isfjord, Tokyo, Paris, Alhambra, Acropolis of Athens, Inle Lake, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, and Panama Canal but that doesn't mean I'm finished :"  See More

"In the nort-east you have Iguazú Falls, you can go there from Buenos Aires through the litoral of the country which is humid and tropical, crossing the provinces of Entre Rios and Corrientes Province."  See More

"A great hostel to stay close to Iguazú Falls is Iguazu Falls Hostel."  See More

"Iguazú Falls is such an amazing place."  See More

"Iguazú Falls are trully wonderful, you'll need 2 full days there at least."  See More

"Make sure to make a trip to Iguazú Falls"  See More

"I started in Rio de Janeiro for a few days and then flew to Iguazú Falls (stay in one of the hotels in the national parks to get access to the park after the day trippers have left, I stayed at the hotel on the Brazilian side)."  See More

"I would combine Trancoso with a few nights in Rio de Janeiro and a night in Iguazú Falls for a perfect honeymoon."  See More

"I stayed at Boutique Hotel de la Fonte, it was about 10mi from Iguazú Falls."  See More

"Iguazú Falls is one of the coolest things I've seen."  See More

"Iguazú Falls is pretty good - I didn't do a tour just booked flights and a hotel online."  See More

"Iguazú Falls between Brazil/ Argentina/ Paraguay border!"  See More

"Natural beauty would include Ilulissat Isfjord, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, taking the Glacier Express train to Zermatt, Japan for cherry blossom season, Great Barrier Reef, Iguazú Falls, and the Serengeti."  See More

"I've been to Iguazú Falls after a good rain (which happens often in the Amazon Rain Forrest)."  See More

"Iguazú Falls in Brazil/Argentina is breathtaking."  See More

"Iguazú Falls is one of the most impressive sights I have seen on the planet."  See More

"I've never been but I hear Iguazú Falls on the Brazilian and Argentian border is ah!"  See More

"For me it is way better than Iguazú Falls and there are other glaciers to visit and boat trips on the lakes etc."  See More

"Then from here, as you say, you could visit the vineyards in Mendoza or go to Iguazú Falls or know the Perito Moreno Glacier in El Calafate or explore the stunning scenery of the north or visit northern Patagonia (Argentina)."  See More

"Another dramatically beautiful place is Iguazú Falls, on the border between Brazil and Argentina."  See More

"Iguazú Falls Rio de Janeiro from Corcovado Cinque Terre Table Mountain National Park Tsitsikamma National Park"  See More

"I went to Iguazú Falls which was very cool."  See More

"I have never been to Argentina, but in Brazil I would recommend to visit Rio de Janeiro, Cabo Frio, Ilha Grande, Paraty, Ouro Preto, SalvadorIguazú Falls, if you like cities: Sao Paulo is the biggest city in South America, Curitiba"  See More

"Perhaps heading to the border to be wowed by the Iguazú Falls then on to Argentina to soak in the culture, enjoy lots of delicious Malbec, learn how to Tango, and move further to Patagonia Chile would be next, to explore the Desierto de Atacama and stay at a ranch."  See More

"This is how we made the trip from Montevideo to Salto (hot springs), to Iguazú Falls, and back to Buenos Aires."  See More

"Iguazú Falls is arguably the largest set of waterfalls in the world."  See More

"I think that a good way to spend that time would be a couple of days in Rio de Janeiro and then go to the Iguazú Falls, from there you can pass the border to Argentina, see the Argentinian side of the falls and then spend the rest in Salta/Mendoza and Buenos Aires"  See More

"- Iguazú Falls - Salta - Cuesta del Obispo - Villa Carlos Paz - La Cumbrecita - Rosario - Buenos Aires - Mar Del Plata - Peninsula Valdes (Valdés Peninsula) - Perito Moreno - El Chalten - San Carlos de Bariloche - Lago Puelo - Laguna Frias - Villa La Angostura - El Bolson - Mendoza - Ushuaia Good trip!"  See More

"I spent 10 days there and loved it, started with Buenos Aires, then coming down to the end of the world, Ushuaia, to continue to Calafate to visit the glaciers, and visit again Buenos Aires, I would definitely add a visit to Iguazú Falls falls and Bariloche :"  See More

"Favorite spots were Iguazú Falls, El Bolsón, Calafate in Patagonia and a few others."  See More

"In my beloved Argentina you also have other great places to visit: Quebrada de Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Jujuy, Argentina, Salta, Mendoza, San Carlos de Bariloche, Glaciar Perito Moreno, Ushuaia, Iguazú Falls, etc."  See More

"If I were you I would travel South from where you are at, stop at Iguazú Falls for sure."  See More

"In Iguazú Falls there aren't so many things to do, you can see the falls (the brazilian and the argentinian side are different), the Parque das Aves and the Itaipu Binacional Power Plant (Itaipu Hydroelectric Power Plant), which is the biggest in the world."  See More



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Hotels nearby:
  1. Iguazu Falls Hostel
  2. Amerian Portal
  3. Boutique Hotel de la Fonte



Things to do nearby:
  1. Iguazu Waterfalls



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