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Shakyphoto (Slim)

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Iguazu Falls
« on: October 23, 2013, 08:56:11 PM »

Will be going to Iguazu Falls in December.
I'm currently planning on spending two nights there.

Few general questions:
1) What are the good photography spots I should go to to get sunrise and sunset photos?
2) What are the major costs?  (Each night is about $330 in the Sheraton, the one way visa to Brazil is $160 per person, and the entrance fee is about $25 per person)
3) Should I stay in Brazil side for one night?
4) Any other general advice?

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Re: Iguazu Falls
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2013, 01:39:31 AM »

You may want to ask Fred Miranda. See -


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Re: Iguazu Falls
« Reply #2 on: October 25, 2013, 12:21:06 AM »

I started off on the Brazil side. If you do spend a night there it needs to be at the Hotel das Cataratas. It's inside the park so when the park closes and the tourist go home it's all yours, same for in the morning. You can go out before the first bus arrives.

Just outside the park on the Brazil side there's a bird park. Worth a stop if you like birds. There's also a large hydrolelectric plant.

I didn't get to the hydro plant but flying over, it looked amazing. The river was flowing a lot and the spillway was just massive, going down and then ramping up into the air.

I preferred the Brazil side just because it was great to be there without so many tour buses.

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