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What a great way to visit Iguazú Falls in a short time. A complimentary airport arrival transfer was appreciated. For the tour, transportation was great and smooth. A driver came to pick us up at 7:30am and although late we got back to our hotel at 6pm. We signed up for the English tour but it was a Spanish tour with a guide speaking minimal English. The walking tour was fun, the falls were amazing! We spent a lot of time waiting for trains because there were a lot of people (we went on a Sunday). The boat ride was incredible and the highlight of our trip. Be warned that you will get soaked, not just wet but like getting gallons of water dumped over your head. People who were better prepared had ponchos and clear phone cases. You get a big bag to put your belongings, but my bag still got wet inside. Even so, we had such a fun time! Overall the tour worked fine but we wished that we got a English speaking guide or at least a 50/50% Spanish/English tour. We didn't learn anything.
The easy of booking using this system is excellent as is the access to booking information using the app. It was a large group tour (about 30) so there were multiple, time-consuming pick-ups and drop-offs. I am not sure if it could have been possible to opt for a smaller group tour. The guide was excellent but we were the only English speakers so there was a lot of information in Spanish over the tannoy system.
Everything ran very smoothly. Andre knows what he's doing and got us through in good time. Don't forget to bring cash for the park entrance fee (600 pesos as of July 2018) - they take reals and dollars too although at a lousy exchange rate. And you'll need another 25 pesos for the tourist tax on the way out of Argentina. Definitely recommend the boat ride. It's the best part.
We couldn't be happier with our Guide Sydney, He was very informative and everything Went perfect and Smooth. Highly recommended!
No words to describe this wonder... the boat ride must be done once in the life!