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Help With Backwards Iguazu Falls Itinerary

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Too bad I had not read the recent topic on Iguazu Falls months ago. Nonetheless, how do I maximize my time in this area with the following itinerary:

3/25 fly BA to IGR (Argentina side of falls) at 8:40 am (if flight is on time), get to Hotel das Cataratas -- then? do Brazil side? get transport to Argentine side?

3/26 full day for falls from either side
3/27 depart hotel for 2:40 pm flight to Salvador from IGU (Brazialian side airport)

One thought was to find an honest Spanish speaking taxi driver at the airport and make arrangements for him to drive us to our hotel, unload, drive us to Argentine falls and pick us up at pre-arranged time. Probably too hopeful. On the plus side DH is native Spanish speaker, on the minus, he's 75 and does not like long bumpy bus rides. Ayuda!

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