Iguazu Jungle Lodge

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Hipolito Irigoyen Ave., Puerto Iguazu, Puerto Iguazu, 3370, Argentina
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Very Good
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Average
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  • Families93
  • Couples94
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Iguazu Falls - Best Accommodation

by VictoriaCampbell about Iguazu Jungle Lodge

When they said a loft had been reserved for us, little did we know exactly what we were getting. Upon arriving at our "house", we were astonished to find a full kitchen, living area with fireplace, full dining room, a 3 piece and 4 piece bathroom and 3 bedrooms with sleeping for at least 7 people. The dining room, kitchen and 2 of the bedrooms have balconies that reached into the rainforest. Our 2 storey accommodations were ideal. The pool area complete with bar, pool table, darts, ping pong table and showering facilities were a bonus. The staff promptly arrived each morning at our door with our breakfast which included piping hot coffee and fresh squeezed orange juice. Our rooms were cleaned everyday while we were gone and the staff was more than pleased to assist us in our endeavours to make our holidays complete. Lucas (of Lucas@iguassu-misted-falls-vacation.com) was our hired guide for our stay at Iguazu Falls and recommended this establishment. Anyone visiting the falls area is encouraged to stay here. It is located just inside the Argentine border and has a wonderful restaurant located just around the corner at the St. George hotel. The accommodations were $150.00 U.S a night and well worth the price.

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Morning Taxi from Puerto Iguazu to IGU

by sunnyt86

Hi -

We'll be traveling to Iguazu falls at the end of May. I'd like to stay in Puerto Iguazu, but we will have a 9:30am flight to Rio from IGU on the Brazil side. Will it be possible to get a taxi that early in the morning to cross over to the Brazil side and catch our flight?

What time should we leave for the airport from Puerto Iguazu?

Thanks!

Re: Morning Taxi from Puerto Iguazu to IGU

by cassiovieggore

The below link show you some hints concerned in taxis from Puerto Iguazu.

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/South_America/Argentina/Provincia_de_Misiones/Puerto_Iguazu-1536356/Transportation-Puerto_Iguazu-BR-1.html

Let me add up another detail: foreign people may stop at border custom in order to legalize passport.
Cassiovieggore

Re: Morning Taxi from Puerto Iguazu to IGU

by TexasDave

There are loads of taxis around town so that shouldn't be a problem. The people at the hotel you'll be using can certainly arrange it.

Re: Morning Taxi from Puerto Iguazu to IGU

by cadiana88

Airport in Brazilian side is very close to border between the countries so this's not a problem, so I suggest you:

1. Ask in your hotel about reliable taxis.
2. Cross the border very early in the morning (7:00 AM). Later is overcrowded.

Regards

Carlos

Travel Tips for Puerto Iguazú

Taxis or remises everywhere

by vtveen

Taxis (or remises) are often used in Puerto Iguazú. Especially to and from the National Park and to and from the airport. They are much more expensive than the local bus (about 10 times !!). For instance a taxi ride to the Falls will be around 40 pesos and by bus it is 4 pesos; the same for a ride to Brazil, by taxi 40 pesos, by bus 4 pesos !!
If you are lucky taxi drivers will offer you a discount, specially for longer trips.

We used the taxi a couple of times to go to town, staying in a hotel outside town (4 km’s along Ruta 12). Sometimes taxis are waiting in front of your hotel or driving along the main road (Ruta 12), otherwise you (or your hotel) will have to phone for a taxi. In Puerto Iguazù we saw ‘on every corner of the street’ taxis waiting and also some offices ('remiserias'). We never had any problem to get a taxi.

Most of the taxi drivers try to ‘sell’ a ‘next trip’ to one of the sights in or outside town.

Boat trip to the falls

by RudoElCojonudo

I recomend to book a guided tour to see the Argentinian side. It will cost between 80 and 120 reais, but you'll enjoy it so much. Don't think about the money, how many times are you going to be here in your life?
The tour we rented included a boat trip in the river. You go up the river until you arrive to the falls and the capitain is going to put you almost under the falls. It's amazing!! You'll have a great and close view of the falls and you'll enjoy the trip in the rapids and seeing the jungle from the boat.
Don't lose it if you have the chance.

BR Iguazú 1- Trilha das cataratas

by elpariente

La pasarela empieza por una zona boscosa desde donde se pueden ver las cascadas de los Dos y Tres Mosqueteros y el Rivadavia
The catwalk starts in a forest area where you may see tha waterfalls of the Two and Three Mosqueteros and Rivadavia

Pespiring in Puerto Iguazu

by stripeykelly

"Trying to get the right bus"

We caught a night bus to PI, costing us about 18 British Pounds, we had some pretty good food and films, including Constantine at about midnight, quite surreal! Before arriving in PI at 9am, hot and humid. We then decided that it would be a good idea to walk the 3km in the midday heat to our hostel, not good at all, especially when one is a fool like myself and decided that taking malaria tablets on an empty stomach was a good idea. Yes, it is quite embarrassing throwing up in front of a posh hotel on the outskirts of a town! Once we had found the hostel - everyone else had caught the bus, far more sensible - we sat about in the airconditioning and recovered.

The following day we go up at 6.30am to catch the first bus to the falls at 7, unfortunately we stood on the wrong side of the road, realised before we caught the wrong bus, but missed the proper bus. So we were forced to have breakfast and go to the falls with a couple of buses of school kids. The falls were amazing, immense. The river was up very high due to heavy rain the previous week, so we couldn´t make it to the island in the centre of the falls, which was a pity, but we still managed to get soaked - hooray! I would advise anyone going to Argentina to make the effort to go there, it is a stunning feat of nature that cannot be descrbed by words alone. The power and ferosity of the water and the landscape is astonishing.

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