San Juan Eco Hotel Foz do Iguacu

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Av. Das Cataratas, Km 06, Foz de Iguassu, State of Parana, 85863-000, Brazil
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  • Business60

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Forum Posts

Hotels?

by robine

We'll be taking my 89-year-old (but fit) mother for a brief (2 night) trip to the Falls early in the New Year. I'd be grateful for your hotel recommendations, and any other tips. Many thanks, Robin

Re: Hotels?

by cgf

I've been at Intercontinental Hotel at Foz, not bad at all, also the restaurant was good. I just had a look for the website, now it's called Continental Inn

http://www.continentalinn.com.br

Re: Hotels?

by irvbur

You will be easily able to visit both side of the falls in 2 days. The Argentina side of the falls has an elevator which should make it easier for mom. Because there is a 1 hour time difference between the Brazil and Argentina side of the falls, be careful to specify which you mean when making reservations for a taxi or a trip. Have a great trip and a happy new year. Irv

Re: Hotels?

by Odinnthor

The time difference advise is a good one. Learned that the hard way back awhile. I will also second the Int'cont'l Hotel in Foz as well. However the Hotel Cataratas is likely still the best there. It is expensive though. So is the Gran Hotel Resort, perhaps even more expensive than the Cataratas

http://www.hoteldascataratas.com/web/ogua/hotel_das_cataratas.jsp

There are several good hotels on Cataratas Street that lead to the falls, like Bourbon Hotel (less than the Cataratas), and the Rafain Hotel which is about the third of the price, - and more.

The Esturion Hotel is quite nice but about 15 miles away.

Hope it gives an idea........d:o)

Re: Hotels?

by Odinnthor

.....it is best to see the Brazilian side first, and then go to the Argentinian side for the crowning glory.....enjoy. Your mama will not be disappointed.

Re: Hotels?

by newsted1981

I think that Puerto Iguazu in the Argentinean side is nicer, it's very quiet and small and safe.

Re: Hotels?

by cachaseiro

i would say stay at the hotel das cataratas if you can afford it.
it´s inside the national park and right in the middle of all the nature.
the town is nothing special anyway, so you might aswell stay right by the falls and that also saves you the transfer to the falls.

Travel Tips for Foz do Iguaçu

animals

by chris_i79

When you are wandering the trails of Iguacu lookout for these cute little animals. I belive they were called Cuaties (not sure on the spelling). Unfortunately because of the number of tourists around they are not afraid of you and will go through your bag in search of food if you are not careful

Rafting at the Waterfalls River

by daevemanbrazil

There is Rafting in Rio Iguacu, right under the Waterfalls. The only Rafting company is the Macuco Safari, the same company that serves the Waterfalls boat ride.

The rafting is too light, so if you are professional you will hate it. The best part is when the Instructor invites you to a swim at the river, and you can jump from the boat and enjoy the Iguacu River.

If you pay for the Rafting, you can also take the regular Boat Ride, that takes you close to the waterfalls (beneath one of them, actually).

If you pay only for the regular Boat Ride, you won't be able to jump to the river, but still can go pretty close to the waterfalls. If you plan on going either the regular Boat Ride or the Boat Ride plus Rafting, you should take a towel and swim clothes, because in both rides you will get VERY WET (like in a swimming pool). Also take some deodorant, because the lifesaving equipment really stinks (they told me they wash it everyday, but I doubt it). You can take a backpack and leave it with your belongings in the platform, but take some plastic covers to put your wallet and camera inside, if you want to take them with you in the ride. I don't belive anyone there would rob your things, but precaution is never too much right?

The natures orchestra ï +*

by benazer

You can hear the sound a long way off and get wet from the spray when close.
On a hot day you would think all that water will make the air cooler but it has the opposite effect, no idea why but there must be a scientific reason.

Parque dos Aves

by realde14

This is a zoological park that exhibits birds from around the world, with a main focus on South America. It is located close to the Brazilian side of the Iguazu falls, and if you have some spare time, it is well worth a visit. The park seems to be well maintained and the birds in relative liberty.

Iguacu Falls - Brazilian side Part 2

by Willettsworld

In this photo you can see one of the main waterfalls on the Argentine side. To the right you can just make out the viewing platform that you can take that goes right up against the waterfall. The noise and force of the water crashing down a few feet away is exhilarating.

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