Cabanas Del Lenador Hotel

Address: C/ San Vicente, 14, Puerto Iguazu, Province of Misiones, Litoral, 3370, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on C/ San Vicente, 14, Puerto Iguazu, is near Iguacu National Park, Calle Museo Caminito, Iguacu River, and Serra da Capivara National Park.
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        Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguazu

        Sao Paulo and the Iguaçu falls

        A travel blog entry by kajsimus on Oct 21, 2015

        2 comments, 11 photos

        ... midi à Foz de Iguazu, la ville se situe à la frontière avec l'Argentine et le Paraguay. La ville est bordée de 2 immenses rivière, le Parana et l'Iguazu. A peine le temps de déposer nos affaires a l'hôtel, départ pour le barrage de Itaipu. Ce barrage sur la rivière Parana est le 2 ème plus grand du monde après le barrage des 3 gorges en Chine. Il peut produire 12 200 Mwatts d'électricité. Il est détenu à 50% par le Paraguay et 50 % par le Brésil. Il est tellement massif que ...

        Chapter 8 - Argentina

        A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Sep 30, 2015

        3 comments, 61 photos

        ... one yellow pill. With trepidation our friend swallows the pills. We wonder if he will still be alive when we get back from the boat ride.

        The boat ride is a lot of fun. We approach really close to two of the raging waterfalls. We all get soaking wet, but have a great time. When we arrive back at the dock, we are pleasantly surprised to see the sun creeping out between the clouds, and our English friend perky and smiling to see us upon our return. We are impressed by ...

        The fabulous Iguazu falls

        A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Aug 17, 2015

        1 comment, 39 photos

        ... after a while the sun emerged and we were treated to more rainbows over the falls. The last walk of the day was to look over the “Devil's Throat”. The power of the water was incredible, but after having been wet and cold once today, no one wanted to stay around for long! When asked which side of the falls is the most spectacular, no one could decide! Wendy and Denise decided to take a zodiac drift ...

        The View from Brazil

        A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 11, 2015

        23 photos

        ... of the waterfall faces, which had fallen away. To the left of our view, one waterfall was surging and throbbing, giving onlookers a clue about what to expect further upstream. The sun was in and out as we admired the vista. Above us, vultures (we think) were circling and, below, boatloads of thrill-seekers were being propelled along the river, past a piece of rope that had been erected to mark the Argentina-Brazil border on an isolated bit of ...

        Brazilian side of the Falls. :)

        A travel blog entry by chakotai on Apr 10, 2015

        30 photos

        ... I walked out to a platform that leads you to the very front of the falls and finally got to wear the poncho I bought in cusco !! I still managed to get wet. Lol. There is is an elevator that takes you to the top to see the view from along the edge and the entire length of the cascade, the park has installed great vantage points and it takes you really close up to see it all. I had to stop taking pictures and just stand and soak it all in, I will never forget ...