Hotel Jardin de Iguazu

Bompland 274 casi Av. Misiones a, 200 mts Terminal de Omnibus, Puerto Iguazu, 3300, Argentina
Hotel Jardin de Iguazu
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Hotel and visa questions

by cium

My family and I will be going to the Falls in October and found the Hotel Carmen (Argentine side) and seems like a good choice . Has anyone stayed there before? Also, does anyone know what the weather is like in October? We plan on crossing over to the Brazilian and Paraguayan side too. Does anyone know how strict the Brazilians are with visas? My 1 year old daughter does not have a Brazilian visa (she has a US passport) and we don't feel like going through the hassle of getting her a visa for a one-day day trip into Foz, do you think it will be a problem for her? we figured if they don't let her through my husband would stay with her in the Argentine side since he has already been to Foz, but since she is so little does anybody think we can try and see if they let her through without a visa?
thanks in advance to my fellow VT friends.

Re: Hotel and visa questions

by cassiovieggore


* Do you have argentinen citizenship? Do you live in Rosario?
* Why don't you ask the Brazilian Embassy in Argentine some questions put on
this site?
* As a argentinen I believe it's cool to come to Brazil and return to
Argentine many times.

Re: Hotel and visa questions

by Porteno

Since your daughter is only 1 year old and traveling with you even with a US Passport you should not have a problem crossing over to visit the Brasilian side of the falls. As for the weather highs will average 28 c and low of 14 c problem is October is the wettest month there over 230 mm average rainfall. So be prepared.


Re: Hotel and visa questions

by cochinjew

zif you are crossing over from Arg side just to Foz de iguacu there is no problem with visa. But might pose a problem if you plan to go into Paraguay from Foz.

Re: Hotel and visa questions

by nathanronen

We have young children too. We have already been told (and we know) --1 year old, 1 day old, does not matter...passport and visa rules apply to all equally regardless of age. Do not treat a visa like an entrance ticket. There is no free-bees or sliding by. So, if your 1 year old carries a USA passport she must have a questions asked.

Re: Hotel and visa questions

by cium

Thank you all for your very helpful comments.

Travel Tips for Puerto Iguazú

Three Countries Converge

by Bwana_Brown

On the point of land in Argentina where the Iguazu River meets the Parana River, is a small memorial to this meeting of 'Tres Fronteras' - the spot where Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina all come together. This is located only a hop, skip and jump from the abandoned hotel of my previous tip.

It was also near here, in 1541, that the first white man spotted the Iguazu River and it's famous falls. Spanish explorer Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca was on his way from Spain to Asuncion, Paraguay to assume his new position as Governor of the territories. Unwilling to wait for a proper ship to take him onward via Buenos Aires when he reached Brazil, he set off on a 1000-mile march directly across Brazil with 250 men. The amazing thing is that he actually succeeded, losing only 2 men on the journey! He named the now-famous Iguazu waterfalls 'Santa Maria Falls' but his choice did not stick! There is also a small memorial to Cabeza de Vaca located here on this point of land.

Catwalk of the inferior path.

by euzkadi

The inferior path consists in a 30 minute hike, right to the base of the falls, and end in a catwalk. The views of the track are beautiful. After the walk you will finish in a dock to take the boats to the base of the falls (la gran aventura)

Hito Tres Fronteras

by ptitetoile

The "hito" is a kind of pyramidal milestone marking the Argentine border with the three other countries Brazil and Paraguay. There is also a milestone on the Brazilian side and on the Paraguayan side. All three have the color sof the flag (blue and white for Argentina, green and yellow for Brazil and Blue-white-red for Paraguay. The Hito Tres frontera is also situated in a nice Park (protected natural Park) where a walk is really relawing.
To reach it, you can walk along the Rio Iguazu from the little "harbour" or take the big Avenida Tres Fronteras which is really nice with its houses surrounded by tropical forest.

the gate to poetry!

by mindcrime

Puerto Iguazu was the ideal base for me, build at the meeting point of Iguazu and Parana rivers. After exploring big cities like Buenos Aires, Mendoza and Rosario it was relaxing staying at this small town of Missiones province at northwest part of Argentina (1500km away from Buenos Aires).

Puerto Iguazu has no more than 30.000 inhabitants and I stayed here for 3 full days and every morning I was doing side day trips…

Day 1(friday):I visited the brazilian side of the falls(Parque Foz do Iguacu)
Day 2(saturday):I visited San Ignacio Ruins
Day 3(sunday):I spent all day walking in the argentinian side of the falls, the Iguazu National Park

The centre of the city is really small, you can walk around, have a a dinner or a coffee but the truth is that the only place I visited often was the bus station to take the bus every day. The mains streets are Cordoba and Avenida Aguire and there I found exchange offices, the bank (not open during weekend but has 2 ATM), markets, restaurants, cafes etc It seems that everyone here works for the tourists and of course there are a lot of them around trying to reach the falls :) Inside the bus station there are a lot of companies offering excursions to the falls, to San Ignacio, city tour of the brazilian side etc

The city was peaceful enough with tree lined streets, easy going people everywhere but the humidity was high enough to set me back in the hostel after my excursions to the falls.

Small Town by the Big Falls

by Ekahau

"Puerto Iguazú"

Puerto Iguazú Puerto Iguazú is a sleepy, safe and small town with only just 16,000, compared to Foz do Iguaçu's 230,000. This town was settled by Germans who moved to Argentina and a lot of the small shops are run by Blue eyed blond Argentineans. The Museu Mbororé , at the intersection of Avenida Misiones and Brazil is worth a brief look, for its small exhibition relating to the indigenous Guaraní Indians.


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