Iguazu Falls help

Old Dec 29th, 2008, 02:07 PM
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Iguazu Falls help

We are doing an OAT trip to Chile and Argentina with an extension to Iguazu Falls. We have a little more than half a day on the Argentinian side. The next day is a full day on the Brazilian side. My question is should we skip the Brazilian side? Is there enough to see and do on the Argentinian side for 2 days? We would like to do the Zodiac ride.
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Old Dec 29th, 2008, 04:03 PM
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We kept occupied with 1.5 days on the Argentine side. We walked the upper and lower falls, took the tram out to see Devils Throat and took a boat back from there and we did the Zodiac boat trip. We never made it to the island which u could spend several hours on. Beyond the Falls there are various trips and hikes u can take into the rainforest. Iguazu Falls is incredible.
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I have been twice and stayed on the Argentine side both times. Take a day and see the Brazilian side; however, for safety concerns at night, I recommend Argentina. Both are spectacular and transportation is easy from side to side. I would take a day for each side - 2 full days.
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Brit

I agree with the other poster.

Do both sides....you may only be there once.
No problem doing the Zodiak ride.
Try and stay dry


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Definitely go to the Brazilian side. I actually preferred the views of the falls from Brazil - a much better panorama which provides a greater feel for the sheer size of these amazing falls (although you do get much closer on the Argentine side). The infrastructure on the Brazil side also seemed a lot more efficient. Whatever you decide to do you are about to see one of the most amazing sights in the world!
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