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Foz do Iguaçu City Tour and Landmark of the Three Frontiers
"Your sightseeing tour starts with a guided visit to the downtown area of Foz do Iguaçu where you can stroll down Avenida Brasil (Brazil Avenue) and explore the different retail shops. You'll also visit the Igreja Matriz the Catholic Cathedral of Iguassu Falls.Then head to the Landmark of the Three Frontiers -- the meeting point of two rivers and three countries. Built right at the junction of the Parana and Iguassu rivers this landmark commemorates the borders of Brazil Argentina and Paraguay. The cement and stone obelisks are painted blue green and yellow
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"Iguassu Falls Brazilian Side: Macuco Safari
Helicopter"Iguassu Falls - Brazil side with Macuco and Helicopter Flight and Bird Park"Located a few kilometers from the union of the Iguassu and Paraná River the waterfalls will take your breath away with their size and strength. You will enjoy a panoramic helicopter flight. Thrilling informative this helicopter flight gives a completely different and unique perspective of the spectacular waterfalls.Ecological trails canyons
From $315.00
 
Iguassu Falls Bird Park General Admission Ticket and Tour
"Between visits to Iguassu Falls check out another Foz do Iguacu attraction! The bird park on the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls boats an impressive array of wildlife. It offers you the unique opportunity to step into several 8-foot- (2.5-meter) tall aviaries for an up-close look at th both indigenous to the Iguassu region and from other areas of the world. While the birds are the main attraction other exhibits include snakes lizards and butterflies!""""Calling all bird enthusiasts! Hop on a half-day tour to the Iguassu Falls bird park
From $45.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Foz do Iguaçu

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Watch out for the coatis.

The coati is a little racoon like animal that is also called long nosed coon.It's not dangorous as such but they are very annoying as they dig in to anything that looks like food and they are all over...
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Don't feed the animals

The simple rule "Don't feed the animals " is not obeyed.There are lots of racoons and they come so close because tourists feed them .It is such a viloation against these wonderful animals to feed them...
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Four Legged Bandits!

While you are enjoying your time in Foz do Iguaçu, do be careful for the four legged stick-up artists known as the Coati. These animals are about the same size as a racoon, and really enjoy annoying...
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3rd most dangerous?

We were in Foz do Iguacu for the waterfalls of course, but figured we'd bum around town.. Of course, Brazil is in general more dangerous than a lot of other places, but according to these locals FdI...
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Argentinian border

Most likely, if you need a Visa for Brazil, you'll need it for Argentina as well.So make sure you have one before you get to the border as they will send you back... So just check with the argentinian...
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Taking the bus across the border

When you take the public bus across the border from Argentina to Brazil be careful.You purchase a ticket that takes you from Puerto Iguazu (ARGENTINA) to Foz do Iguacu. (BRAZIL) They are basically bus...
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Tres Fronteiras Landmark

On my last day in Foz, I enquired at the tourist office about visiting the three frontiers landmark by bus, and was advised NOT to do so, unless travelling by taxi. Apparently, a Chinese tour goup had...
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In Foz, they dont have monkeys, but...

Take a look at these little creatures. They are not dangerous or agressive, but they will steal anything that looks delicious right out of your hands or an open bag. There are hundreds of them near...
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Still the weather...Winter time

Dnt take for granted that you?re comming to Brazil and all u r gng to find is hot days and nights!Here in south brazil temperatures can get as low as 0?C!!!So if u come here within May to August bring...
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Weather @ summer time

Iguassu can be extremely hot and humid during summer time, take a look at this picture (49ºC), it was taken downtown by a german friend (credits to Alex) on Jan 6th, 2004.Bring a nice hat/cap,...
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A few things . . .

Remember, if you're visiting the falls from Argentina and you also want to see the Brazilian side, be sure to check on the visa requirements. Many people (including Americans) will be required to get...
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Be prepared

We were happy we brought ponchos...not only to protect ourselves but also our cameras. If you want to see it all here, you will get wet!!
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Top Hotels in Foz do Iguaçu

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Rodovia Br 469 Km 28 - Parque Nacional de Iguacu, Foz de Iguacu, Parana, 85863-000, Brazil
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Av Costa E Silva 3500, Foz de Iguacu, Parana, 85866-000, Brazil
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Av. Brasil, 84, Centro, Foz de Iguassu, State of Parana, 85851000, Brazil
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Av. Republica Argentina, 1700 - Centro, Foz de Iguassu, State of Parana, 85852-090, Brazil
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Rua Marechal Deodoro 984, Foz de Iguacu, State of Parana, 85851-030, Brazil
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Avenida das Cataratas 6854, Km 2.5, Foz de Iguacu, State of Parana, 85863-000, Brazil
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Top 5 Foz do Iguaçu Writers

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acemj

"Iguacu: Big Water"
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andal13

"Doorway to the Falls"
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Bwana_Brown

"Foz do Iguazu - Attractions All Around!"
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benazer

"Foz do Iguacu"
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ATXtraveler

"Gateway City to the best Waterfalls I've ever seen"
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