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Iguazu Falls Admission Ticket: Brazilian Side

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US$ 18.00
2 adults
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1–2 hours
  • Entry/Admission - Iguazu Falls
  • Entry/Admission - Parque Nacional do Iguacu
  • Food and drinks
  • Transportation to/from attractions
  • Senior tickets 60+ for Brazilian Citizens are only available at the ticket desk at the entrance
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Additional Info
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • A current valid passport or ID is required on the day of travel
  • Children up to 1 year of age are free of charge
  • Tickets are different depending on your nationality, so please pay attention to the options when you are booking your tickets.
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travellers
Cancellation Policy
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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Popular mentions wrote a review Mar 2020
2 contributions
This is great for photos but lacks in top surrounding natural beauty you get on the Argentine side We visited in early March and had a beautiful sunny day so was great. Entry cost 68 Brazilian realz approx £13.50. You had the choice to do a boat trip safari at an additional
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Date of experience: March 2020
Ziming H wrote a review Mar 2020
16 contributions1 helpful vote
Paid US $58 for two tickets in TripAdvisor. It was the same line to ticket window for the real ticket. On the receipt, it shows 195.58 real and visa number with last four real digits, so I think the transaction was done in the BR's bank and the exchange rate was 3.36. In the
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Date of experience: March 2020
panamtravelkid wrote a review Mar 2020
Montevideo, Uruguay254 contributions60 helpful votes
Truly spectacular! Panoramic views on the Brazil side - very easy and organized crossing the border and entering the park. The bus takes you up and the hikes are easy. You can do this in 2 hours if you rush. To experience the falls up close - go see the Argentina side - you
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Date of experience: February 2020
Martin E S wrote a review Mar 2020
Stuttgart, Germany6 contributions1 helpful vote
Yesterday was perfect. We arrived early and it was empty. We arrived like the first ones - tip here, arrive early. We had Henrique as a guide who we met on site. Facts about the falls and the history, also the connection with Argentina, he knew a lot. Bring a good camera, so
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Date of experience: March 2020
Ilmar T wrote a review Mar 2020
Perth, Australia477 contributions62 helpful votes
There is easy access to the falls on the Brazilian side via a 1km concrete walkway to the front of the main falls. It started raining suddenly and very heavily when we were almost at the falls which made it very special as it gave us a feel of why the forest is so luxuriant (it
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Date of experience: February 2020
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By: Iguazu Falls
No words explain the beauty and scale of the falls and my husband and I had it all to ourselves 😲 highly recommend
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Iguazu spectacular
Travelled from Buenos Aires short trip by air (2hrs) to Argentinian side of the falls and from the hotel we took a
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I was here second time and I’m still impressed I hope to come back here again and feel amazing nature here
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Must see
One of the 7 marvels of the world. Breathtaking, superb organization. We do recommend to visit it at least once in
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BoodyRocco Iguazu
The entrance to the falls and the nature reserve is extremely conveniently located very close to the airport. The s
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World wonder
Never get sick of visiting these spectacular waterfalls. Should not be missed when in the area. Our preference is
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Fortunate to Experience Both Sides
I personally preferred the falls from this side. No doubt didn't get as closed as I did on the Argentinian but this
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Amazing place but...........average experience
Amazing olafe but my visit was teally a very mixed bag ! I walked from my hotel and just bought a general entrance
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Tick - Bucket List
Brazil side of the falls - all 275 of them. Breathtaking scenery from the cliff tops. As you get closer you can hea
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Just amazing. We spent time one day on Argentine side and then went thru customs and border control to visit the B
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Amazing place
I visited both sides, the Brazilian and the Argentinian and it was just amazing. I saw wild animals like monkeys, p
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2-day trip to Iguazu Falls
My friends and I arrived on a Tuesday night to Puerto Iguazú, on a very late flight at 12am. We took two taxis from
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Allow a couple of days to visit both the Brazil and Argentina side. Whilst the Argentina side has many places to vi
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How can even THESE not take your breath away?
Saw argentina side w/ husband day 1 but his falling ill w/ flu meant i saw these on my own. The falls are further a
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David H
No other place on earth like it.
We visited the falls on a day excursion to the Argentinian side and the views were spectacular. The following day w
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