Complejo Turistico Americano

RN 12 Km 5, Puerto Iguazu, Province of Misiones, Litoral, Argentina | Campground
Prices starting from $79.00
 

Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguazu

Somewhere over the rainbow..

A travel blog entry by ami-antics

2

So, a 16hr bus journey to get to the falls. How bad could it be? In this case, bad. The bus departed at 18.30 with the company Pluma, boarding started around 18.00 and as soon as we got to our sits, the smell of urine was very much present. There was graffiti everywhere and everything seemed dirty. I think I moaned for the next half an hour to Nadia about the whole situation until she asked what are we going to do for the next 3hrs before we sleep. I said eating would take all of ...

Day 10 - Iguazu Falls (Brazilian side)

A travel blog entry by antoniolorenzon

4

... guy with his massive cameras! He was from Kyoto travelling the world for an undefined period of time. What a character. Cool guy!

I decide to sit at the first row, better view (even if not so much to see) and the bus driver looks quite friendly and expert on falls and Argentinian history.

Good choice. After 5 minutes he started the conversation asking where I was coming from and after some “I love Italy” he started to talk about BA , ...

Falling for the falls

A travel blog entry by ppgontour

9

... made the trip slightly more bearable. When the bus pulled up, the scenery looked more like what we expected to see in South America...jungle! Although it was only 9am it was a lot warmer and more humid than we have become use to. Like true Brits (and an adopted Brit) abroad we changed into our shorts before he had even left the bus station. We all piled into one minivan, even more cramped than before and headed for the Brazilian boarder. A few members of our ...

Jesuit Mission Ruins - San Ignacio Mini

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared

7

... King banished all of the missionaries from the country, this left the Guaranies to defend for themselves. It wasn't long until the Portuguese Slave Hunters either captured or killed the Indians. Life in the town was like any other town, men carried out rural work and trades while the women took care of children and preformed household chores. Mass was held a few times a day for everyone. ...

Iguacu Falls, Brazil

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy

2
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... why when you can get soaked? It's an experience in itself. Anyway, before the hippy **** gets too much, moving on.

We were very happy to manage to stop off at a McDonalds on the way back - first stop of the McDonalds world tour done!

That evening we went out for churriscaria - Portugese for BBQ. It has all you can eat salad bar and then the waiters walk around with giant skewers of meat - you can eat until you would happily become a vegetarian. The best bit ...

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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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