Day trip to Argentina
This time I booked a tour to go to the waterfalls. I figured it would be easier and faster to get over the border and back that way and I wouldn’t have to exchange money for the entry fee. I prepurchased a boat trip into the waterfalls as well. More expensive yes. But hassle free as well.
So for the border experience. It was surreal. We gave our passports to the driver, he made up a list, drives up to the brazilian border, goes in, comes out and off we are to the next border crossing.
Next stop: Driver gets out with our passports, goes in, comes back some time later, hands us our passports back with the stamp for Argentina. Next a guy comes up, opens the door, has a look, nods, closes the door and we drive on a free meters. Another guy. Opens door, has a look, nods, closes the door, opens the back door, closes said door. And off we go.
Next stop is a lookout where the rivers dividing three countries meet where we took a few pictures.
And then it was off to the argentinian side of the waterfalls Las Cataratas del Iguazú.