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Stories and Tips Puerto Iguazu

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Where to stay at Iguazu Falls (Argentina and Brazil)

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 03 Aug, 2009

I have never stayed on the Brazilian side since Puerto Iguazu is smaller, it is easier to get around and, being a far smaller city, it is safer. However, I know for certain that the best hotel on the Brazilian side is the five…Read More


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Iguazu Falls, the Brazilian Side

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 21 Jul, 2009

The Brazilian side of the Iguazu Falls has the advantage that you can go through it in two hours, since there is only one circuit, and therefore you can visit it the first day of your stay in the afternoon, even adding a visit to…Read More


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The Argentine Side of the Iguazu Falls

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 20 Jul, 2009

One hour and a half to two hours are enough to walk along the only sidewalk on the Brazilian side, but you will need eight hours or more to explore the Argentine side, including the Upper Circuit, the Lower Circuit, San Martin Island, Garganta del…Read More


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Iguazu Falls (Argentina). Upper Circuit, Lower Circuit and San Martin Island

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 17 Apr, 2007

The upper circuit is an easy walk, of less than one mile each way. You walk over the falls and have nice panoramic view for taking photos like the Bosetti fall, and the Salto Chico (small fall) that when it has very little water seems…Read More


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Iguazu Falls, Brazilian Side

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 17 Apr, 2007

I always recommend tourists to stay in Puerto Iguazú. It is a quiet city; nature is all around and it is one of the safest cities in Argentina. I was surprised when I stayed at the Paraná hotel to see that the hotel left the…Read More


Crossing to the Brazilian side of the falls

Written by mitchww@me.com on 11 Sep, 2000

Although, the Brazilian side does allow visitors to get as close to the falls, it does provide a more panaramic view than the Argentine side. It was difficult to discern the official policy governing crossing into Brazil for a day trip so we just…Read More


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Price Update for Iguazu Falls (Argentina and Brazil)

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 26 Dec, 2008

This year everything is special at Iguazú. The river carries a lot of water, but it is clear. Nearly all the falls join into one huge fall, the water roars, everything is green and the scenery is magnificent. A 3-star…Read More


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Iguazu: Other Places you Can Visit in the Area

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 17 Apr, 2007

Parque Das Aves (Brazil). When you visit the Brazilian side of the falls, there is a very interesting bird zoo where the birds live in relative liberty, covered by a wire net at an altitude of some 40 feet: Parque Das Aves (Bird's park). There…Read More


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Iguazu Falls, Argentine side; Introduction and Garganta del Diablo

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 17 Apr, 2007

While you can walk the Brazilian falls in one hour and a half (there is only one path), you need at least eight hours to walk the different circuits on the Argentine side: Circuito Superior (Upper circuit), Circuito Inferior (lower circuit), San Martin island (crossing…Read More


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Where to Take Beautiful Photos

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 21 Oct, 2006

The Brazilian side will be probably the first place you will visit. Why? Because most buses arrive from Buenos Aires at about 2pm and the walk on the Brazilian side is shorter. The bus or the taxi will leave you at the entrance of the…Read More


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