iguassu falls, part one

Either Iguazu, Iguaçu or Iguassu Falls… click here to know all you need to know. We stayed in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil and visited the Brazilian side of the falls. We paid R$3 each for a local bus and R$50 each for entrance to the national park (about £26 altogether). You can also see the Argentinian side of the falls by staying there or with a transfer from the Brazilian side. We decided against it, which I’m sure many would be aghast at, because we saw the falls and they were spectacular. We also saved ourselves about £75 by not crossing the border, a big chunk of money on a trip like this.

If you wanted to see both, I think it’s cheaper staying on the Argentinian side, because generally things are slightly cheaper and it seems that an Argentinian transfer to Brazillian Iguassu is cheaper than a Brazilian transfer to the Argentinian Iguassu.

Sorry for the dozens of pictures to come. They don’t do it any justice, the sight is spectacular!

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