Hotel Salvattin Campestre Foz Do Iguacu

Address: Avenida: Tancredo Neves- KM 3- S/N , Foz de Iguacu, State of Parana, 85855000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida: Tancredo Neves- KM 3- S/N , Foz de Iguacu, is near Iguacu National Park, Calle Museo Caminito, Iguacu River, and Serra da Capivara National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu

    The Triple Frontier

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 09, 2015

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    Day 233 At 2.30 this morning, Kori was woken by an English guy outside doing an impression of Golem from The Lord of the Rings. He and some other travellers were outside chatting for most of the night. When we woke up properly, there was a sound like rain coming from the ceiling. It was spitting a little outside but the noise must have been the showers or something. Just in time, we vacated our room and went down to make breakfast. 'Golem' came down bleary-eyed and made himself ...

    Falling for Iguazu

    A travel blog entry by gsgladman on Mar 18, 2015

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    ... we took one of countless buses to the park entrance, paid an extortionate entrance fee and then joined the first of many queues in the boiling, steamy tropical sun for the mini train inside the park that transports everyone to the first vantage point of the falls. We reached the start of the long boardwalk out to the falls feeling hot, sweaty, weary and a little frustrated, battling the throngs of noisy camera wielding tourists already on the boardwalk. Once ...

    Iguazu Falls

    A travel blog entry by mollyquul on Feb 16, 2015

    21 photos

    ... platforms got plenty of spray from that Falls, which felt good ! There are jungle trails, but we've run out of time, and that wasn't the primary reason to come. Also, it's their peak season, so the parks were extremely crowded.  We had to take a patience pill for many of the viewing sites, and even on many of the paths. Given all of that, people have been remarkably polite, and the facilities have ...

    Rio to Iguazo Falls

    A travel blog entry by lawton025 on Feb 08, 2015

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    ... of the falls and I found a nice spot on the balcony with a rum and coke (Cuba libres). It was lovely to sit in the middle of a jungle on the balcony of a beautiful grand old building and view the falls - amazing.
    In the wet season there can be some 270 waterfalls and 150 minimum during dry days. The falling area is 2,700 square metres and the water volume flow reaches 6,500 cubic metres per second during flood season. ...

    Cards, canoes and caipirinhas

    A travel blog entry by hwmorgan on Feb 07, 2015

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    ... down Brazil's Costa Verde was the town of Paraty (pronounced para-chee). The lonely planet refers to Parachee* as a 'colonial town', Rach didn't know what this meant. However, as we strolled through the town on our first evening she said, and I quote "I love these colonial buildings, so I do". I have no idea why she was speaking Irish. On our second day in Paraty, rain stopped play. We (Rach) decided to play cards as a means of entertainment. This did not end well, vis a vis I ...