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Iguacu River

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Iguacu River

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Guided Small-Group Tour to Argentine Side of Iguassu Falls
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Tour to Iguassu Falls Brazilian side

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Located on the border between Brazil and Argentina, the Iguazu Falls are a collection of 275 waterfalls, extending over almost 1.86 miles (3 kilometers). On this guided half-day tour, visitors will be able to catch panoramic views of the waterfalls from the Brazilian side since the majority of the falls are located on the Argentinean side.
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THE TRAVELLER wrote a review Mar. 2020
Malaga, Spain9,417 contributions2,557 helpful votes
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Took a boat trip up the Iguassu river after crossing from Brazil to Argentina. Great views. Wonderful experience. Got to sode the rapids and get soaked under a waterfall or two ! Wonderful scenery.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Shel W wrote a review Feb. 2020
San Diego, California5 contributions2 helpful votes
We enthusiastically signed up for the Macuco boat and river rafting tour. The boat trip was great, however the river rafting was a total bust. The guides were disorganized and kept changing guides. A trip for 2 people tuned into a trip for 12 and we waited for over an hour in the hot sun until the raft was full. When we finally set off, we rafted through small rapids for the first 10% of the river and then our guide told us to get out of the boat and float. What he didn’t tell us was that we would float for the rest of the trip! This trip was not “as advertised” and we should have been told the river was so far down that there was only one set of rapids. We floated for over an hour. We asked for a refund and were told that this is a normal trip! Do not even think about doing this tour!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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mcitaly2016 wrote a review Jan. 2020
Santiago, Chile844 contributions661 helpful votes
Along the Iguazú river there are the famous falls, a spectacular natural wonder. The Devil´s Throat and the many other falls are perfectly visible from the Brasilian part during a pleasant walk of 2-3 hours. The river continues until Puerto Iguazú where it merges into the Paraná, marking the spot where three counties are visible (Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay)
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Oldjack wrote a review Nov. 2019
Greater Melbourne, Australia21,134 contributions2,344 helpful votes
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The river runs for some 1,300 KM from Serra da Baitac in Brazil and essentially ends as it flows over the Iguazu Fall on the border of the three countries.It is a massive water flow and quite interesting to se although there are few points above the falls where you can actually get a good view of the river.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Geoff H wrote a review Mar. 2019
Cranbrook, United Kingdom9,911 contributions212 helpful votes
As with the Iguazu Falls, the Iguazu River is a nust see destination. The sheer volume of water flowing towards the falls is awe inspiring. However, a word of warning, the area is a haven for Coatis. They may look cute but they are not as adorable as they look. If they smell food, they will go for it so watch your backpack and a picnic is out of the question.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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