Want to take a trip to Foz do Iguaçu alone? Check out our tips!
Are you going on a trip to Foz do Iguaçu alone? See how to enjoy and organize your trip with Hotel Tarobá's 7 tips!
1º Tip: Know the most Foz do Iguaçu
Wherever you go, know at least the basics of what you are going to visit (Photo credits: Pixabay)
One of the advantages, regardless of the destination you choose to go there, is to know or have an idea of how you will travel!
So, on your trip to Foz do Iguaçu, avoid unforeseen events, research our weather at the time you are traveling. Because the climate variations of the city are many, so even in spring expect to see very hot days and half random rainfall.
Giving the typical weather forecast can help you a lot in planning your route, and you can even find the best days to do the tours you want.
2 Tip: Pack your bag properly!
Warm, cold and warm temperatures, take only parts you need! (Photo credits: Pixabay)
Very important for your trip, is the storage of your suitcase, and just as it is important to be aware of the weather in Foz, knowing how to organize your suitcase will help make your experience in the city even better! After all, alone you will have to carry all your belongings in addition to taking care of them.
First, for this question you must consider some factors:
- Weather: After all you leave home with clothes that you are comfortable wearing at the local temperature.
- Clothing matches the rides you want to do!
- Travel time: Always think twice about how many pieces you will really need to carry, and how many you will actually use.
3 Tip: Don't forget any essentials
Check lists are very useful for those who want to streamline travel processes! (Photo credits: Pixabay)
For your trip, it is important to have a checklist to check if you are packing everything you need for your Foz do Iguaçu trip.
Like electronics, cell phones, notebooks, books, accessories, clothes and shoes.
Important: It is also vital for one or more trips to carry all necessary identification documents.
Also read: >> Check List Suitcase: What you have to bring on your trip! <<
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Tip # X: Plan Your Tours Ahead
Iguazu Falls, one of the most visited tourist attractions in Foz (Photo credits: Pixabay)
We know that on your own, you have more control over your schedule, but even this comfortable situation can hurt your tour organization. So, even if you do the attractions yourself, we advise you to create a script, or make one with the travel agency you want to use.
This way you can enjoy as many attractions as you can and optimize your time so you can learn more about your trip.
Extra Tip: On your trip to Foz do Iguaçu, create your itinerary and run it with Combo Iguassu, which is the perfect travel agency for your trip!
Check out the website of Combo Iguassu the tours and tickets in Foz that they sell!
5 Tip: Use apps for referrals inside Foz
There are thousands of apps, search and find everything you need on the internet! (Photo credits: Pixabay)
To improve your experience, you alone traveler will need directions and ratings of some places you want to know, so there are many apps that download for free in android or IOS versions, so you find a lot of opinions about the places and can now get an idea of where to go, what to use, what to attend or not.
Take a look at an article we have already done here on the blog, with indications of excellent apps:
6 Tip: Find the right hotel for your visit!
Traveling alone has a great advantage of accommodation, as being alone saves you money and can stay in a place that is good enough for you.
But for your trip to be perfect, we have two great hotel directions in Foz do Iguaçu;
The first is the well-known Hotel Tarobá, which has been working in the art of hospitality for some good years in Foz do Iguaçu! Having great reviews this hotel is great for those who want to stay in the city center, close to many strategic points and still having a lot of comfort and options within the hotel itself. Emphasizing breakfast, pool, gym, games room, rooms with minibar, TV, air conditioning, telephone, digital safe, electronic lock and much more!
Facade of the Pop Hotel - Foz do Iguaçu
If you want a budget hotel, we recommend Pop Hotel, which is a good location hotel in the center of Foz, which has things you don't normally find in budget categories, such as Pop Hotel, A great breakfast can be included in your stay in a very pleasant environment, and there you will find a gym and games room, lounge, TV, air conditioning, Wi-Fi and more!
In addition, both hotels have in their reception a Combo Iguassu base, to facilitate the closing of their tours.
Now that you have come to Foz do Iguaçu trip, you know where to stay!
Tip: Put on paper everything you want to spend!
Having a direction of where you want to go and how much you want to spend is critical! (Photo credits: Pixabay)
Being on your trip alone, it is important to know how much you can spend on your trip. So make a planning of expenses, put in the tip of the pencil what you will need, have control of your expenses so you can afford them.
Here are some quick tips for saving money on your trip:
- Detailed Spending Planning
- Ideal time to travel: low seasons generate more savings.
- Buy tours and airline tickets in advance.
- Ensure in advance the transportation you will use
- Book directly with your hotel
- Stay in a good location.
Also read on the Pop Hotel Blog: >> 7 Tips on how to save money on your trip to Foz do Iguacu! <<
Travel to Foz do Iguaçu and enjoy a lot!
Travel a lot, make the most of it and accumulate many experiences (Photo credits: Pixabay)
As we make clear in the text, more important than travel is quality travel, so we leave these tips to guide you who want to walk alone without having trouble here at the Triple Frontier.
Enjoy your walks, alone, accompanied, in groups or just with the family, but enjoy, be sure to know the places you want around, create itineraries and paths that marked adventures that were stuck in your memories forever.
Come to Foz do Iguaçu, come to the Tarobá Hotel!
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