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How to visit Iguazu Falls


About the Falls

Iguacu falls are 150 years old . They are in Argentina and Brazil. There are 275 water falls. It is on the Iguacu River, which means "Big Water" in the Tupi GuaranĂ­ language.
How to get there

You simply just get a bus or cable or a hire car to the entrance of the park either in Argentina or Brazil.

How to get around the park

You can get around the park with bikes, free buses, safaris or boats. You can even get splashed by the falls.

Animals you might see

You might see coatis which are very dangerous, monkeys which are also very dangerous, jaguars which can be dangerous, they are there but you rarely seen them. You can also see fish, turtles if you look carefully, toucans, butterflies and pretty birds.IMG_201705..76_BURST001.jpg


Be safe

  • Don't feed the animals
  • Wear sun cream
  • Wear mosquito repellant
  • Stay on the path
  • Don't go over the barriers


What not to do
You shouldn't feed the animals because it's bad for them plus you could get bitten or scratched. Throw your rubbish in the bin. Stay on the path. Don't remove things.

Opening Hours
Opening hours change so you need to look at the website.
Stuff to do if you've had enough of the falls

  • In Brazil, the wax museum
  • In a close by country called Paraguay there is shopping
  • In Argentina there's nothing else really.

Hope you have a lovely visit to Iguacu Falls

Posted by tallulahtravels 17:06 Archived in Argentina

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