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Iguacu National Park

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Iguazu Falls Admission Ticket: Brazilian Side
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Iguazu Falls Admission Ticket: Brazilian Side
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This massive forested park, with rare species of birds, pumas, tapirs, monkeys and other wildlife is best known for housing the world's largest and most extraordinary waterfalls - the Iguacu Falls -that extend for miles.
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Rodovia Br-469 Km 1-8, Foz do Iguacu, State of Parana 85853-830, Brazil
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Reviewed 2 days ago

During a recent business meeting to Iguacu, I had the opportunity to visit the falls from the Brazilian side. It is certainly an impressive natural display. You can take a whole day if you visit each section along the road to the falls. One issue,...More

Thank Sophie and Paul V
Reviewed 5 days ago

We spent two days in the area, visiting both sides of Iguacu Falls. I'm sorry to say Brazil, but Argentina has it was better. However, the Brazilian side has its charms too.. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate for us when we visited. It was...More

Thank Ryjones
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is genuinely one of the most stunning places I have ever visited. The surroundings as you walk through are out of this world and you get close enough to understand the visceral power in the waterfalls. It cannot be overstated how amazing an experience...More

Thank Gunooner
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were staying in Foz do Iguassa for 3 nights to experience both sides of the falls. Many people will disagree with me but in my opinion the Brazilian side is marginally better but if you can do both then you really must. I have...More

1  Thank Nick C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Did a 9 km hike eith a birdwatcher in this stunning park. The path is very good, loads if birds to see if yiu take your time to do it.

Thank Peter E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

In order to see the falls from all possible angles you should be well hydrated and possibly on the younger side, especially on the Argentina side where a significant walk has to be made to see the Devil's throat (Garganta del Diablo) which is absolutely...More

1  Thank ManoloDiazRios
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We spent a full day in the park hiking through the numerous trails admiring these amazing water falls. Then we took a boat that brought us right under the falls; getting completely soaked was awesome. Along the way we saw birds, monkeys and quatis. Truly...More

Thank kunaal2000
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautiful ride through a very small part of the 185,262 hectares (457,794 acres) Iguacu National Park, i.e., this park is massive. At the longest point, it has a length of 420 kilometres. Of the total park, only 0.3 per cent of it is open to...More

Thank KodoDrummer
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

For the best views of the falls, you have to visit the Brazilian side. Locals say that on the Argentinian side you are "IN" the falls, on the Brazilian side you "SEE" the falls. A word of caution - the visit to the Iguacu National...More

1  Thank flcIII
Reviewed 17 August 2018

A high quality park, with several possible trails. Very well organized. You can choose walking over the waterfalls, going on a boat trip near the falling water or on the quiet waters, wlak clamly on sure paths, some wild animals visible. Highly recommended.

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TravelingCat22
25 December 2017|
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Response from Barry H | Reviewed this property |
Hi I’m not sure about the Argentinian side we were on the Brazilian side. I don’t know about bus services we did most of our travelling by car. Crossing the border from Paraguay to Brazil took about 1 hour, it’s a very... More
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Hannah M
5 July 2017|
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I found out 1) with US passport must still pay, and 2) it's a little less than before but still over $100 pp. Post-Olympics the charge is reinstated.
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Mariana V
17 January 2017|
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Response from TheoRay | Reviewed this property |
I suggest you take a bus from Foz to Asuncion. If think it's really better to go there. About hostels.... sorrry! I must've to recommend the Che Lagarto, because I know it's close to the center. But, I have no idea around... More
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