San Martin Hotel & Resort
Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
It’s only 300m from our hotel to the entrance to Iguacu National Park so we set off early to beat the crowds - unfortunately so did everyone else and it was as busy as the sights in Rio had been - everyone jostling for pole position to take that definitive Iguacu photograph.
To get to the falls themselves you go a 20 minute …
Whoever thought that hiking to the top of a mountain (1021m high - so a small one) in the rain forest in Rio in 30+ heat would be fun was maybe not thinking straight when they booked the holiday! On reflection sitting by the pool would have been a less strenuous and cooler option - but we went hiking and thoroughly enjoyed it,. The Tijuca forest is …
Maandag 16 maart
Vanmorgen werden we per busje opgehaald aan het hotel en maakten we de transfer naar de Braziliaanse kant van de watervallen.
We staken dus de grens over naar Brazilie waarbij we dus definitief Argentinie verlaten.
In de voormiddag hebben we dat gedeelte van het park bezocht.
Hier staan we wat …
Hoje em dia, vale a pena visitar as Cataratas pelos dois lados. As passarelas pelo lado argentino nos levam até a beira do abismo, v. vê a massa d'água se jogando pela Garganta do Diabo de perto e de cima. Lá em baixo, o abismo espumante e muita névoa. De lá se avista, bem em frente, a pedra da nossa família, onde Fernando e eu levamos as crianças …
Iguassu Falls on the border between Argentina and Brazil, plunging 269 feet into Iguacu River.
How has this resort rated in the past?
Minutes from the airport and from the Brazilian falls. A relaxing pool area and nature walk. Perfect getaway!
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