Iguazu National Park Hotel
Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguazu
Efter 18 timers bustur ankom vi til Puerto Iguassu på den Argentinske side af Iguassu vandfaldet. Iguassu vandfaldet ligger på grænsen mellem Brazilien og Argentina med Paraguay lige om hjørnet. Det er et kæmpe område af sammenløbende vandfald (det præcise tal er glemt men 100+) I puerto Iguassu slog vi os …
With only a few weekends left in Argentina and finals looming close, I was checking my bank account and fretting that I didn't have enough money to go to my dream destination: Iguazu Falls.
Just four days after getting back from Mendoza, Cliff announced that come hell or high water, he had to see these amazing waterfalls. I counted my …
Arrived into Peurto Iguazu at 3 and checked into our Hostel, cooked dinner and had a nice bottle red watching a thunder storm outside. Not the worst way to watch one!!
Up at 9, grabbed breakfast and walked down to the bus terminal to catch a bus to the falls. The bus took 30 minutes. Now its said that positive ions …
6th May - Early ish start to get as much free breakfast as possible
before blagging a lift to the border from the hostel guys.
Cruised through without any problems and even skipped the que at customs
much to the disgust of the locals! Ah sod em.
Checked in at hostel then headed off to the falls.
Argentinian side of the …
18 hours on the bus up to Iguazu - the best bus we've been on so far. Expensive, but worth it for the sleep you get on it. The champagne was reasonable.
We stayed in the hostel Inn outside of town - it has a pool which was nice in the heat and humidity.
Very active few days after the laziness of BA. We got the bus to the falls and …