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Possible to go from Sucre or Uyni (Bolivia) to Puerto Iguazu?

by josefinelundsten

Me and my friend are thinking about going up to Uyni and Sucre in Bolivia fom Santiago. We want to go to Brazil after that but we wounder if there is a bus from Sucre or Uyni to the Iguazu falls. Then we could go there befor going up by the coast in Brazil to Rio. If anybody knows anything, please write. Or maybe its better to go another way?

/Josefine and Agnes

Re: Possible to go from Sucre or Uyni (Bolivia) to Puerto Iguazu?

by cassiovieggore

I believe the roads from Sucre and Uyuni are bad. You should think of going to Potosi or Santa Cruz de La Sierra. The connection Brazil/Bolivia is quite easy by Corumbá/BR. And there are many transportation from Santa Cruz de la Sierra to Corumbá.
From Corumbá you may go in a budget to Campo Grande and Foz do Iguaçu, the triple border.
Another way is by Paraguay. Ciudad del Leste (Paraguay) is connected to Foz do Iguaçu and Puerto Iguazu (Argentina). I would use Corumbá instead of Ciudad del Leste. I am brazilian and I think you should be pleased better by the brazilian way.

Travel Tips for Puerto Iguazú

Customs . . .

by acemj

When you cross the border between Argentina and Brazil the routine is the same regardless of which way you're traveling. Your bus or taxi will stop at the border checkpoint and you will have to exit and go into a small, narrow room and line up. When you get to the customs officer, you will be asked for your passport. If you are going into Brazil, be sure you have any necessary tourist visas. Keep in mind that Brazil has a reciprocity policy so if your home country requires Brazilians to get a tourist visa to visit, then you will also be require to have a visa to go into Brazil.

Iguassa Falls

by Jasoninlondon

These waterfalls are huge and actually consist of over 250 seperate falls that cover a 3km area. Similar in scale to Niagara they are definately set in a more natural surrounding.

The river and falls form the border between Brazil and Argentina and the falls should be seen from both sides.

The photo here is taken from a raised platform over the Devil's Throat, which lets you get up close.

Cataratas de Iguazu

by annieruel

Entrée au parc national 30 pesos. Un guide nous accompagne tout au long de la journée. Possibilité de faire du bateau près des chutes. Les chutes sont incroyable, on doit les voir une fois dans sa vie. Les canadiens ont besoin d'un visa pour aller voir les chutes du côté brésilien.
Entrada al parque national 30 pesos. Un guia nos acompana durante toda la dia.
Es posible de tomar un barco para ver las cataratas. Las cataratas son increible tenemos que verlas una vez al menos. Los canadienses necesitan un visa para ver la cataratas del lado brasilero.
Entrance to the national parc 30 pesos. A guide come with us during all the day. Is possible to take a boat to see the watrefalls. The waterfalls are incredible, we have to see them at least once time. The candiens need a visa for visiting the waterfalls on side brasilien.

Second visit - 50% discount

by vtveen

Perhaps you intend to visit the Iguazù National Park on two consecutive days, as we did.

When we were leaving we showed our tickets at the cash deck together with copies of our passports and got a stamp on our tickets and a 'pase segundo dia'. The NEXT day we had to show these 'pase' and the copies of our passports (again) and we got a discount of 50% on the entrance fee. We just paid 15 pesos for our second visit.


by Porteno

"A long weekend"

A friend was visiting from the USA and we took a long weekend and headed for the falls. LAN Argentina began flights to Puerto Iquazu at the first of September and their prices are much cheaper. Checked into the Sheraton International which is inside the National Park. It was a $149 a night US but they did upgrade us to a falls view room at no charge. I have stayed at a hotel outside the park before and for me it is worth the additional expense so as not to deal with the daily travel back and forth. It is so great just stepping out the door of the hotel and heading down the trails for the falls. We also made it across to the Brasilian side as well. My friend did not have a Brasilian Visa but you can arrange for one in just a day at the consulate in Buenos Aires. And by the way they do check at the border. It had rained for several days prior to our arrival and the river was very high making the falls even more spectacular. We did take one of the tours offered in the park, "Great Adventure" this one was the open air truck ride through the jungle (Yacaratia trail) and the fast boat ride up to the falls. By the way you do get wet on the boat trip so plan for that. I would highly recommend the boat trip was a lot of fun. For $80 (pesos) a person it was worth it!!

"More falls"

"me getting wet"


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