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This massive forested park, with rare species of birds, pumas, tapirs, monkeys and other wildlife is best known for housing the world's largest and most extraordinary waterfalls - the Iguacu Falls -that extend for miles.
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Rodovia Br-469 Km 1-8, Foz do Iguacu, State of Parana 85853-830, Brazil
All reviews national park both sides boat ride devil's throat the bus macuco safari two days bucket list entrance fee natural beauty panoramic view amazing place iguazu falls trail world wildlife coatis
Wow! I am still at a loss for how amazing it was to walk out into the middle of the falls! Stunning! Highly recommend visiting here! The falls were the reason I came to Brazil and I was not disappointed! Yes there are lots of...More
This place was our main reason for coming to this town, we loved it. They provide transportation but sometimes the buses are too full and you have to wait for the next one. There is a lot of walking to see all of the beautiful...More
Everyone that visits Brazil should book a trip here. The falls are very beautiful and the Brazilian side offers a nice platform that brings you very close to the bottom of the falls. Be prepared to get soaked though, it might be a good idea...More
The power of the falls is amazing from the overlook at the devil's throat. The walk is easy from the train station. Be careful of the spray and the joints of the catwalk-you can get a little wet and the joint are slick. A must...More
WOW.....just WOW! The park is filled with trails that not only take you to the falls but also provide an excellent view of fauna and flora of the area. From at least 20 different kinds of butterflies, to monkeys, to coatis, to toucans. And the...More
Iguacu National Park is so beautiful - defiantly worth a visit. I have never seen so many waterfalls in one location. The boat ride offered within the park is incredible. It takes you on a jet boat ride to see the waterfalls from the water...More
Hi I’m not sure about the Argentinian side we were on the Brazilian side. I don’t know about bus services we did most of our travelling by car. Crossing the border from Paraguay to Brazil took about 1 hour, it’s a very... More
Hi I’m not sure about the Argentinian side we were on the Brazilian side. I don’t know about bus services we did most of our travelling by car. Crossing the border from Paraguay to Brazil took about 1 hour, it’s a very congested crossing. At first it seems that one will take hours to get through, but everything happens quicker than one expects.
Once at the falls we used a internal bus service, which was lovely. Be prepared too walk a lot, and if you are using a decent camera take measures to protect it from the spray emitting from the falls. They sell cheap plastic macks on site which you’ll need if want too keep dry. I was so hot I didn’t bother and I got soaking wet, but it was about 35 degrees c so it was lovely. The only down side was I use a decent camera so with no protection I couldn’t take pictures of the falls close up.
It was a great trip if you’re thinking of going it’s well worth the visit, go and enjoy yourselves. BRILLIANT!