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 Parque Nacional de Sete Cidades.
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    Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu

    Foz do Iquacu

    A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 01, 2015

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    ... respite and the pilot turned for home and sped back down the river to our launching point. It had been an incredible fun filled flight which kept us jabbering in excitement as we met back up with Ary and boarded the eco- friendly transport back to our starting point. 15 mins later we were back at our plush hotel and Ary left us with the promise to pick us up at 7:30 the next morning to take us to the Argentinian side of the falls. Whilst Annick and I had hot showers and hung ...

    Ah Brasil, we finally meet

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on May 12, 2015

    ... like every 20-30mins. But we flew through immigration in a couple of minutes and so we walked over and waited at the bus stop across the road for the next bus coming through included in our ticket. 20 mins goes past and still no bus, so when a random bus came through, we hailed it down and paid the extra 20pesos to get to Foz. Waiting in the heat on the side of the road, possibly a well spent $3 each. We arrived in Foz around 1300. ...

    Iguazú Falls

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 08, 2015

    31 photos

    ... of the Devil's Throat, appearing to climb out of the mist before curving onto the calm of the upper river. We couldn't stop looking. By the time we walked away, we were sopping wet. Luckily, a warm breeze was blowing. Ben held our macs aloft to allow them to begin to dry. Underneath the walkway, we spotted a terrapin warming itself in the sun on a concrete foundation. Apparently the wildlife at the top of the falls has evolved in a very different way to that below. The ...

    Falling for Iguazu

    A travel blog entry by gsgladman on Mar 18, 2015

    14 photos

    ... the National Park, paying a significantly smaller fee. Both countries set up the National Parks, Argentina in 1934 and Brazil in 1939, to protect and preserve the natural environment of the falls. Both were declared UNESCO World Natural Heritage sites in the 1980s. We were struck by the superior infrastructure and efficiency of the park on the Brazilian side as an internal bus ride delivered us to the trailhead for the walkway into the jungle. Completely ...

    Like Niagara, But Allegedly Better

    A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Feb 08, 2015

    5 photos

    ... is a region to the north of Buenos Aires (a one hour flight or many, many, many hour bus ride) that is nestled between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. There is a shared river between the regions and beautiful waterfalls. Tourists from around the world visit these waterfalls every year, and while I had not heard of Iguazu Falls before coming to this trip, the falls are world famous for their beauty.