Written by Vero Touristear.com
Puerto Iguazu relies on tourism income from the falls, with some mining and agriculture. The city center is well-maintained and tourist-friendly, with good treatment and affordable prices. Overall, I enjoyed it.
The Iguazu Falls form the natural border between Brazil and Argentina. The falls can be viewed from both sides, each offering unique experiences. You can arrange transportation with an English-speaking guide from Puerto Iguazu.
Iguazu Falls, the Argentinian side
La Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Gorge)
Brazilian side: Parque de Iguaçú
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