Complejo Turistico Americano

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

      UnBoliviable (I didn't think of that)

      A travel blog entry by jamesrenshaw on Dec 12, 2014

      14 photos

      ... safe and sound. La Paz was another city to really grow on me. Some excellent tours and knowledgable, generous locals filled us in on the country's (scarily recent) history of wars, revolts and what I assume is the national sport of throwing rubbish presidents out of windows (they generally deserved it, one President gave away a huge, mineral rich, chunk of the country to Brazil in a swap for a horse). The main La Paz highlight ...

      Iguazú Falls (Argentina)

      A travel blog entry by jo_and_chris on Nov 09, 2014

      2 photos

      ... We'd also opted to take the short boat ride up the river into the falls, which although expensive, was again completely worth it. The helmsman controlled the boat with such precision, holding us under the roaring flow, despite the obvious turbulence, on many occasions. We were drenched. Absolutely soaking. But it was loads of fun. Back to town and a quick snack before our overnighter returning to ...

      Iguassu (Brazil side) and Itaipu Dam.

      A travel blog entry by darrylpitcher on Oct 09, 2014

      33 photos

      ... and out so quickly it tricks the eyes as the appear and disappear.

      Following our visit to the Falls, we were driven through Foz du Iguazu town, and out to Itaipu Dam. This is the hydro-electric dam system that sits on the Parana River. The Parana River has a flow far exceeding the Iguassu but without the picturesque falls it was the ideal place to build what was up until recently the world’s largest hydro-electric generation system. It has recently ...

      Day 24

      A travel blog entry by samanthahogan on Sep 25, 2014

      21 photos

      ... how I thought it was so fun, but some how it was amazing. The river was red because it has recently rained and so the lose soil get washed into the river changing the color. The soil is red and almost clay like. We explored the waterfalls until we were being kicked out. On our way to the exit we saw toucans; they were a great way to end the day. We headed back to town to find a Mexican restaurant. Thankfully there was one and we had the burritos we'd been craving forever. ...

      Poor Niagara

      A travel blog entry by vickiponce on Sep 04, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the falls, and it wasn't hard to imagine them getting swept away in a storm! From the upper walk, you can see right over a lot of little falls (which look like very turbulent infinity pools), and you get a great view of some of the bigger ones. From the lower walk, there is just water crashing down everywhere! (its hard to describe how incredible Iguazu is without sounded really cheesy, so I'll leave it up to the photos to give you a better idea!).

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