Residencial Guarani

Avenue Guarani y Lanusse, Puerto Iguazu, 3370, Argentina
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leaving the argentina side to the brazil side

by izzy2001

hi
i am planning to go with 2 other people at the end of august and we have budget and time restraints and this looks like the only way we can see the falls. We are planning to arrive from buenos aires by plane to the argentina side and go directly to the falls and then cross over to the brazillian side with our visas (canadians) my question is will they allow us to bring our luggage with us into the park? and is it fairly easy to roll it around with us in the park and go through customs? and is it safe to get a taxi from the argentina side to the park? how much would it cost? also is it safe to grab a taxi from the brazillian side to a hotel near the airport? and how much does it cost? also is the park safe if we bring our things or are there people down there that can try to steal our stuff?
thanks so much for your help

Re: leaving the argentina side to the brazil side

by TexasDave

You have things a little mixed up. You don't cross into Brazil via the park on the Argentine side. You have to leave the park and cross via the road either at Puerto Iguazu or further East of the waterfalls. I don't understand why you would want to bring your baggage to the park, there's miles of trails going up and down steep hills.
Taxis from both countries cross every day and it is safe.

Re: leaving the argentina side to the brazil side

by microsensazione

Hi!
I'm able to answer about only one of your questions.
I visited Iguaçu Falls on March 2009 in a very quick but perfect trip planned by my tour operator: first afternoon Argentinian side, morning of the day after Brazilian side.


"is it fairly easy to roll it around with us in the park and go through customs?"

Me and my friends went to Argentina from Brazil. Our tour operator made us drop off our luggages in a protected room of a market (!!!) before passing through customs! Too funny and interesting because in this way he accelerated a lot the "passing through".
I did not see anybody rolling their luggages in the park; I don't know if it is possible but I can ensure it is not so comfortable.
"Don't forget your swimsuit!" told us our tour operator before Argentinian side approach. I suggest you the same if you decide (what a great experience!) to have a tour by boat nearby the waterfalls... I don't want to add more........

My tour operator lives in Iguaçu. In the night we went with him to have a drink and we asked about safety in Iguaçu. He told us it is not so dangerous.

One last thing. Before going to Iguaçu I contacted and had reliable information by VT member "schnaider" who have lived in Iguaçu. Maybe you could contact her by VT mail.

Enjoy your travel and sorry I'm not able to answer to all your questions.

By Fabrizio

Travel Tips for Puerto Iguazú

Train ride to the falls

by LondonChris

On the Argentinian side of the falls, you have to take a trian ride once you are in the park. The train is not so fast, I think I can walk faster, but everyone has to take it in order to get to the walkways to see the falls. Once you get to the falls you will forget all the pain of the train!

Local busses - very cheap

by vtveen

Local busses are the cheapest way of transportation to/from the town and the Iguazù Falls, or between the hotels outside the town and the town centre.

The yellow coloured busses of 'El Practico' run daily every half hour:
from Puerto Iguazù to the falls: from 7.10 am till 7.40 pm
from Nat. Park to the town: from 7.45 am till 8.15 pm
One way ticket: 4 pesos (2008/2009); you can buy your tickets from the driver.

In Puerto Iguazu are some bus stops, outside the town we just waited along the road and stopped the bus by raising our hands. On our way back from the falls somebody was playing a harp inside the bus; that makes travelling with local busses so special.

The bus to Brazil is also more or less a local bus and does leave from the central bus station (Av Cordoba - Av Misiones) and has also a couple of stops in town before heading to the border. One way ticket: 4 pesos or 4 reales.

(If travelling to Brazil see ‘General Tips’ for the border crossing.)

AR Iguazú II - Circuito Superior - Upper Circuit

by elpariente

Se vuelve a coger el tren ecológico hasta la estación Cataratas y se empieza el circuito superior , desde el que se ven desde la parte superior los saltos : Bosseti , Dos Hermanas ,Bernabé mendez , Mbigua y a lo lejos el San Martín y el Escondido
Agua , calor , vegetación exuberante , palmeras , espuma....
You take the Green train again up to Cataratas station and here starts the upper circuit and from it you may see the falls : Bosseti , Dos Hermanas ,Bernabé mendez , Mbigua y alo lejos el San Martín y el Escondido
Water , heat , voluptuous vegetation , palm trees , foam....

AR Iguazú V - Gran Aventura - Great Adventure

by elpariente

La Gran Aventura ( 90 PA) es un circuito en lancha rápida , que empieza entrando en el cañón de la Garganta del Diablo y allí se pasa varias veces por debajo de las cataratas , con lo que te das un baño refrescante , después vas por los rápidos (2kms) y sigues hasta el puerto derrapando con el bote . Aquí coges un 4x4 que te lleva por el sendero Yacarita hasta la entrada del Parque
No te lo pierdas!!!!!!
Nota : Ver más detalles en la "tip" de transportes
The Great adventure ( 90PA) is an speed boat circuit , that starts breaking into the Devil´s Throat canyon and there you pass under several waterfalls , so you get a refreshing bath . Then you go to the rapids (2kms) and you continue up to the port , skidding with the boat . Here you take a 4x4 that takes you through the Yacarita trial up to the main entrance
Do not miss it!!!!
Note : See more details in transport tip

Iguazu Falls,Argentina

by Beetle1961

"An amazing spectacle!"

If you ever go to Argentina,please make a trip to see the Iguazu Falls! It is definitely a truly amazing site to see.

"Foliage and animals and birds"

There seems to be an abundance of butterflies,reptiles and birds of all kinds throughout the Iguazu National Park. They have walking trails and a little train that takes you all through the park for the price of admission,which is about $15 US for the whole day and you also can get a pass to go back the next day!

"Garganta del Diablo(Devil's Throat)"

Here you can look right across the gorge and see the Brazilian side of the Devil's Throat! It is just another amazing show of powerful water cascading down over the wall,all coming from the Rio Iguazu!

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