Complejo Turistico Americano

Address: RN 12 Km 5, Puerto Iguazu, Province of Misiones, Litoral, Argentina | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on RN 12 Km 5, Puerto Iguazu, is near Itaipu Dam, Foz do Iguacu, Wanda Mines, and The San Ignacio Mini Ruins.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguazu

Don't go chasing waterfalls

A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Nov 28, 2014

31 photos

... t bring a change of clothes and Nigel did. It is very unusual for Nigel to be more organised than me and he knows it which, I imagine, is the reason that he spent the rest of the day looking smug in his dry clothes whilst I squelched along in mine complaining of chaffing. The only downside to the park, in my opinion, was one of the animals that live there. They are called Coatis and they are a member of the racoon family. Although they look vaguely ...

Don't Cry for Me, Argentina!

A travel blog entry by spoonball on Nov 01, 2014

3 comments, 23 photos

... many of whom were playing in the mud. Reminds me of my "mudder", Bear, back home. Our other Golden, Cassidy, would have been the lead dog in the pack of 15; she wouldn’t have it any other way. The 400-acre Palermo Park has an outstanding rose garden. We were all pleased as punch with an idyllic stroll past banyan trees, roses and trellised respites. Once again, we passed many, many purple jacarandas. This is not unlike Washington, D.C. at cherry blossom time. We ...

Just some falls...!

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Sep 27, 2014

35 photos

... Brazil, which both pleased us (because we loved our time there and in particular our time in the tropical areas of Brazil and Colombia) and saddened us (because it was now beginning to feel very close to the end of our trip). Even the music and the social life here seemed much more Brazilian than it did Argentinian!

After checking in to our hostel, we went back into the centre of town to down an ice-cold beer (more flashbacks to Brazil - Argentina ...

Sand boarding

A travel blog entry by andyhill on Jul 31, 2014

... the hill even harder and the pain didn't really sink in until I sat down at the top. While I chilled at the top for a couple moments the numerous primary school children on a field trip swarmed me and asked to have a go on the board. I was sitting on mine but Wilson gave his one up and some of the kids had no fear and started bombing some reasonably steep parts of the dunes. After a couple more runs up and down the dunes our time had run up so we headed back to drop off ...

Somewhere over the rainbow..

A travel blog entry by ami-antics on May 30, 2014

2 photos

... We made friends with two Israeli guys, Adam and Omer who were staying in our room and they helped us with getting to the Brazilian side of the falls. After settling back in we headed back to the station and waited for a bus to our destination, and we were well on our way to the awaited falls. The journey took about half an hour and paid our entrance to the national park, hopped on a another bus which then dropped us off at the beginning of sights. This was our first sightings ...