Iguazu Falls and Buenos Aires
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Iguazu Falls and Buenos Aires

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Experience luxury in Iguazu Falls, through a private & custom tour. Enjoy the personalized attention of a local tour guide for up to 30 travelers. The pricing is per-tour, not per-person. For your long layover, maximize your time with a “vacation inside the vacation”. QUESTIONS? Login and send me a MESSAGE!

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Iguazu Falls and Buenos Aires

We conduct private sightseeing tours in Foz de Iguazu (Brazil) and Buenos Aires (Argentina) guided in Russian, English, Spanish, Armenian and Portuguese. The Iguaçu Falls are an awesome sight as tonnes of water throw themselves over cliffs and the mist rises amongst the jungle. They are taller than Niagara Falls, and twice as wide, for which Eleanor Roosevelt is said to have exclaimed on her first sight of the Falls: “Poor Niagara!”
It is well worth spending a day on each side of the falls, especially if you plan to do any of the boat rides or other activities offered.We’ll get a good perspective on the park overall to appreciate this awesome sight.
Whilst the majority of the falls are in Argentina, a better overview is had from the Brazilian side.

IMPORTANT NOTE: All tours start at the hotel and end up as our guides will take them back.

Access to the Falls is usually done through one of the three cities in the so-called tri-border between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. The city on the Brazilian side is Foz do Iguaçu – big and reasonably safe by Brazilian standards. The town on the Argentine side is called Puerto Iguazu and is small and pretty. Although the falls are between Brazil and Argentina only, Ciudad del Este, the city on the Paraguayan side, is just across the bridge from Brazil. It’s a hectic (but exciting) centre for contraband and cheap electronic goods, and some say it’s not safe there.

Iguazu Falls and Buenos Aires

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Visa.
Border crossing between these countries is fairly relaxed – authorities assume most people are on a day trip across the border. US passport holders require a visa (US$160) to visit the Brazilian side of the falls which is NOT issued at the border. European Union passport holders do not normally need a visa to enter Brazil for tourism. Better check before setting off as the Brazilian side of the falls is “a must”. Beware that there may be lines on either side of the border, depending on the time of the day and holidays. Also check regarding immunization requirements. Australian residents, for example, require yellow fever shots if returning to Australia within 6 days following a visit to Brazil.

ENTRY / EXIT REQUIREMENTS FOR U.S. CITIZENS TO ARGENTINA: A valid passport is required for U.S. citizens to enter Argentina. U.S. citizens do not need a visa for visits of up to 90 days for tourism or business. As a result of a recent change in Argentine law, prior to arrival in Argentina at any entry point, U.S. citizen tourist and business travelers must pay a $160 reciprocity fee by credit card online at the Provincia Pagos website . Once paid, you must print out the receipt and present it to the Argentine immigration officer at the time of entry. The fee is valid for ten years from the date of payment and multiple entries. Until June 30, 2013, passengers on cruise lines entering the country are exempt from paying the fee. The fee applies only to bearers of tourist passports.

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Additional Information

Tour type:

Cultural, City

Activity Level:

Light

Kid Friendly:

Yes. Let me know the ages of your children and I’ll adjust the tour for them.

What's Included:

My services as your personal driver-guide, local taxes, VAT, tolls and baggage charges. Payment can be made in real, Argentine pesos and US dollars depending on the change of currency payment day.

What's Extra:

Meals, entrance fees if applicable

Transportation Method:

Mercedes Sprinter for 14 passengers

Wheelchair accessible vehicle:

Yes

End location:

Unless otherwise directed all customers will be dropped off at the same location as their pickup.

Licensed Tour Guide:

Yes

Spoken Languages:

Russian, English, Spanish, Armenian and Portuguese

Radius distance from pick-up point:

30 miles (50 Km)

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