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We did a 2 day visit of the falls, first day on the Brazilian side and the next day in Argentina.
The prices of the parks on both sides are acceptable and they both have good infrastructure.
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We had to decide if we wanted to see the falls in Brazil or Argentina side as we only had one day. I am so glad we decided to go to the Argentina side because it is just unbelievable, overwhelming and incredible experience.
This should be a bucket list item for all who love natural wonders. A photographers dream world with many overlooks and walkways to see the falls from all angles and view points. Be prepared for crowds and lots of walking.
The Parque at Iguazu is the primary attraction at Puerto Iguazu. We spent the entire day there walking to first the upper circuit to see the falls from there, then back and the jungle cruise boat ride into the falls, and finally the lower circuit...More
Absolutely incredible sights!! There are three different walk ways that offer sights of different waterfalls and angles - all are a must see and offer some incredible photo opportunities (all very accessible by train.. you can walk but it takes a long time)! The Devils...More
The best ending to a day touring the park was to take the Iguazu Jungle boat trip to the falls. You literally get up close and personal as you view the falls from a vantage point like no other. Looking up at falls that are...More
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The Argentinian side offers several close up viewing spots, from where you can really experience the immense power of the falls. The Brazilian side offers (mostly) a wider, panoramic view, though there are spots where you... More
The Argentinian side offers several close up viewing spots, from where you can really experience the immense power of the falls. The Brazilian side offers (mostly) a wider, panoramic view, though there are spots where you can get up close. My recommendation is both.