Travel Blogs from Iguazu Falls, Argentina

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The Mission, Iguazu , Argentina travel blog

The Mission

A travel blog entry by upriver

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... as big as the national economy, we spent our one free day checking out the only real show in town - the Iguazu Falls, the widest falls in the world, and location for Jesuit thrill seekers (as per the film, The Mission) ...

Our amazing stop in Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Our amazing stop in Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by charlotteandben

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... wimpy and didn't like the look of the cloudy water. Not many places where you can swim in pools like this with a waterfall. Overall Iguazu Falls offered lots of amazing experiences but a few days is plenty! Next stop is Brazil and we are ready to get our ...

Iguazu Falls - Brazil, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls - Brazil

A travel blog entry by sim_and_mike

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Falling for Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Falling for Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by jonathan.felix

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... . Day 5) After a slight plane detour and dodging some nasty volcanic ash from a recently erupted volcano in Chile, we arrived in Iguazu Falls safe and sound.  It was clear it was a very touristy destination as we were met with taxis and tour ...

Don't go chasing waterfalls..., Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Don't go chasing waterfalls...

A travel blog entry by erezt28

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... ! After the boat ride I decided it was time for lunch so I baught a sandwich and two alfajores for desert (I am in Argentina afterall...). At the place I was eating there were raccoons running around, and while I was eating one of them climbed on my ...

The Amazing Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The Amazing Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by moons_shell

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... couple of salad rolls for lunch while some vicious looking weird animals started jumping on our table and trying to steal our food. Iguazu Falls consists of 275 waterfalls!  Not sure who counts them or how they are counted but we believed them after ...

Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by allisonakemi

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... a bus and head up here.  Silly how things work out sometimes.  I am quite happy about the passive reviews of Iguazu because it kept my expectations relatively low for this place and so I was blown out of the water by the National ...

Chutes d'Iguazu, Terrible !!!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Chutes d'Iguazu, Terrible !!!

A travel blog entry by benguigue

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Beaucoup d'heures de bus et encore une bonne 20aine derriere, car je ne resterai ici que 24h.... avant de repartir pour la jungle du Pantanal. Le temps presse et le bresil est geant.... La encore beaucoup de touristes mais ca n'enleve pas grand chose ...

The Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The Falls

A travel blog entry by tour-46

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Got to do ...

Iguazu...Everyone likes waterfalls!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu...Everyone likes waterfalls!

A travel blog entry by beersabroad

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... friends at the Argentinian border! A quick rubber stamp and a scan of their luggage and they were back on a bus on their way to Iguazu Falls, hoping to quickly find a peso machine and a roof for their heads. A couple of blocks and about an hour later they ...

Cascadas, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Cascadas

A travel blog entry by dappledlight

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iguazu falls was beautiful. very hot, and very unbelievable. lots of sweaty people, a plethora of cameras. two hostels in a night. one without air conditioning...we backed out at the last second and ran around town (left our stuff at the previous place) ...

NIagra Falls eat your heart out, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

NIagra Falls eat your heart out

A travel blog entry by jttours

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... possible until we reached Sao Paulo, a few hours later. About 30 hours after we set out we reached Iguazu, exhausted but delighted to get our first taste of Argentina. We were lucky and found a nice hostel with a pool, although we are pretty sure we had ...

The 'Foz' Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The 'Foz' Falls

A travel blog entry by roopa_anish

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The Iguazu Falls are a massively common backpacker destination; not only because they lie between the borders of Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil, but because they are undoubtedly the world's greatest natural phenomena. They were discovered in 1542, and ...

Dont Cry for me............, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Dont Cry for me............

A travel blog entry by ksmc04

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... now into the new year, staying in the local hostel which had a new years eve party, before we head south towards the capital. The Iguazu Falls are huge and the largest in South America, we have been to Niagra too and these are just as good. We went on ...

Iguacu Falls Both sides, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguacu Falls Both sides

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak

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... the National park where we paid our entry and with map in hand began the walk to the falls. Iguassu falls can be seen from both Brasil and Argentina but the main walks and closer experiences are had on the Argentinian side. Walking and coming upon the ...

Bye bye Argentina :o(, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Bye bye Argentina :o(

A travel blog entry by crizzley

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... ; geography and check it out on the map!) and is essentially here as a tourist point for visiting the falls. Iguazu Falls are an amazing set of 275 waterfalls, where Rio Iguazu meets the Rio Alto Parana. The water tumbles down at ...

Falls, Falls and more Falls!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Falls, Falls and more Falls!

A travel blog entry by benyclaire

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... the airport! After changing buses (which involved us standing at the side of a dual carriageway, waiting for one to Argentina…), we found ourselves waiting apprehensively in the immigration queue, awaiting our fate for overstaying our days in the ...

Waterfalls, Buses & Whales, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Waterfalls, Buses & Whales

A travel blog entry by peterandgillian

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... Brazil you can get an overview, but in Argentina you are 'in the falls'. The first thing that became obvious is that Iguazu Falls is not a waterfall - it's literally hundreds of waterfalls - 275 to be precise, which run 2.7 kilometres along the Iguazu ...

Viva el tofu!, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Viva el tofu!

A travel blog entry by jaftc

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... have come to our senses and our eyes are open to a whole new way of travelling, hostel style!  Our next stop, Iguazu falls, was simply breathtaking.  The pics are great but cannot do justice to the sheer beauty and power of these ...

Feeling better heat is still on though, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Feeling better heat is still on though

A travel blog entry by sebou

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... . The falls here were incredible, the power unleashed here just unmeasurable, unfortunatly due to all this teh bottom of the falls were undistinguishable. On our way back we saw a turtle chilling out just less than 100m away from the genormeous falls ...

Dia del Nino, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Dia del Nino

A travel blog entry by bonum_iter

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... ... Beste GrŘsse die 2 "& ein bisschen mehr" LŘschers... --------------- Dear Friends Last Sunday, the 21st of August was in Argentina the day of the children. To celebrate that day we have decides to inform you, that we are traveling with a blind ...

Iguazu!! Feel the force., Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu!! Feel the force.

A travel blog entry by stevebecks

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... Brazillian buffet. We liked the food in Brazil. Probably second only to Peru. The steaks may have been slightly better in Argentina but the Brazillians also do great meat and crucially they give you something to go with it! The less said about ...

Las Cataratas (The Waterfalls), Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Las Cataratas (The Waterfalls)

A travel blog entry by ktolle

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Hello again readers!  I've just had the most amazing four days of my life in Iguazu Falls, Argentina.  Honestly, if the rest of this trip ends up being the worst few months of my life, it would all be worth it simply for this excursion. I'll ...

I wanna be an Iguaz˙ iguana ..., Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

I wanna be an Iguaz˙ iguana ...

A travel blog entry by fester_mower

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... a cold, moved house, developed an addiction to 'dulce de leche’, completed another 6 weeks of Spanish classes, visited Iguaz˙ Falls, flooded the bathroom, grew sick of ‘dulce de leche’ and had a 34th birthday.  There, now ...

On Earth as it is in Heaven, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

On Earth as it is in Heaven

A travel blog entry by ray_harrington

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... the movie ┤The Mission┤, I felt duty bound to call into an old Guarani-Jesuit Reductionne before heading to the superstar Iguazu Falls. Went to San Ignacio Mini which is close to the Argentinian-Paraguayan border town of Posadas in the Missiones ...

Iguazu Falls, Brazil and Argentina, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls, Brazil and Argentina

A travel blog entry by oldnavigator

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... to drive us across the border to dinner in Brazil; followed by a stage show (separate venue) featuring the history of Iguazu, Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay in dance.  We were quite surprised that the traditional dances of Paraguay were more akin to ...

Iguazu Falls- The A-Side, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls- The A-Side

A travel blog entry by ivoandannemieke

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... on the B-side are nicer, but the A-side has more spectacular views and very nice trails through the forst, so you can see the falls from different vantage points and from closer up. We spend around 4 hours on the A-side, a lot of walking around the trails ...

Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by smajsak

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When someone wrote a picture is worth a thousand words, I think they were talking about Iguazu Falls. We decided to splurge and stay at the Sheridan Iguazu. It's the only hotel actually located in the national park and we're glad we made the ...

The best waterfalls and steak in the world, Iguassu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The best waterfalls and steak in the world

A travel blog entry by jundan

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After the long bus journey from Rio we arrived in Foz du Iguassu (Brazil) and took a taxi over the boder to Puerto Iguazu (Argentina) to check in at the Marco Polo Inn - nice place, clean rooms (with fierce air con!), good bar and a pool. We arrived in ...

Iguazu Falls, Brazil and Argentina, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls, Brazil and Argentina

A travel blog entry by emmaanddave

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... they go. We┤ve put a few photos up so you can get some idea of how amazing they are. We then headed to Puerto Iguazu in Argentina to spend a couple of nights and the next day went to the falls again. The Argentinian side of the falls allows you to get ...

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