Is Iguazu Falls worth the trip?

Old Aug 26th, 2005, 01:33 AM
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I wish to add my two cents,
IT IS WORTH IT.
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Old Aug 26th, 2005, 02:49 AM
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Hotel Esturion in Iguazu ( ARG) is a good second choice if no place at the Sheraton:

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Habitación Standard $ 200,00 U$S 67 *
Habitación Superior $ 250,00 U$S 84 *
Habitación Regency $ 315,00 U$S 105 *
Departamento para 4 personas (*) $ 360,00 U$S 120 *
Suite $ 360,00 U$S 120 *
Cabañas $ 450,00 U$S 120 *
Habitación Triple $ 285,00 U$S 95 *
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Old Aug 26th, 2005, 02:54 AM
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http://www.hotelesturion.com/
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Old Aug 26th, 2005, 12:23 PM
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I stayed at the Sheraton this past January and I the rate was $145 for a garden view ( $50 extra for the falls view). Try to reach Cintia at www.wowargentina.ar.com. She was very helpful in making the arrangements.
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Does anyone know the average temperature in March and April? Is that the rainy season?
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Old Aug 26th, 2005, 04:20 PM
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You absolutely must go to Iguazu! We made a point of making the extra trip there while touring Brazil. Go on the boat ride...so fun & amazing views. Make sure you leave the windows closed where ever you stay (we were happy at the Sheraton & you can't beat the convenience & views). We returned from dinner to a room infested with the craziest bugs ever! It was like that commercial. Try to find out about an authentic Argentinian dinner show not far from the falls/Sheraton. It was a great show as well as a feast! I think we only spent a little more than 24 hours in Iguazu due to time retraints but it was definitely one of the highlights.
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Old Aug 26th, 2005, 07:04 PM
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Yes, definitely go to the falls. I couldn't afford the Sheraton but really enjoyed the Hotel St. George in town. nice clean rooms at a very reasonable price. It also has a great pool and is located very close to the bus station for an easy trip into the park.
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Old Aug 27th, 2005, 08:40 PM
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Just to add my 2c, GO! It is worth it, even for a short time. 2.5 days in Salta will probably be enough - I have not been there, but other areas of Argentina/Chile for wineries. Seen one, you've seen them all. You will never see anything like Iguazu.

Also, definitely do the boat tour. SOOOOO much fun. BRING A ZIPLOC for your camera. Nothing else will protect it. You will not be "misted" by the falls - you will be drenched! Do not take that in a bad way - it is just awesome.
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