A great place to stay on the Brazilian side of the falls. Has a small area to pitch tents, a grill and a nice common area. The English-speaking owner can help with anything from route planning to selling motorcycles. Highly recommended for motorcycle travelers. This is a small place, so have a backup plan, it's becoming very popular and may be booked.
This campground has a RV park attached and has a really large mountain bike track. Has the nicest bathrooms we have seen on this entire trip. We found a restaurant worker who spoke Spanish to help us get settled.
This is a members RV park and campground. Membership is a whopping R$2400 per year. We negotiated a better rate with the staff at the gate. We got member prices, paid R82 for the three of us and 2 tents. Still expensive, but not record breaking. The beach is amazing and the wifi good too, although it doesn't reach all sites.
This campground has turned partially into a permanent caravan park and has seen better days. There is a pristine pool in front of a rubble pile. The campground is just off the freeway, a quick 24 mile drive into Rio. A good place to park if you want to take a bus into Rio for a few days.
About a 45 minute walk to Ipanema and Copacabana, and a R$25 taxi ride to the center. This guesthouse has parking for a additional R$15 per day but is limited to two cars. Make sure to reserve the spot when making a reservation. If you have anything longer or taller than a stock Land Rover, you probably won't fit. Nice rooms, fast wifi free breakfast, and very helpful staff.
Campsite is a little run down, but there is a large and mostly clean bathroom block with hot showers. The electricity at the campsites tends to short circuit every now and then, be careful. Walking distance to the beach and a supermarket. Discounts offered if you stay additional days.
Nice and basic Campsite.
Price: 30 Reales for 2 people and 1 tent (off-season June)
The amenities are not very clean and we had no running water when we´ve been there in June (off-season) so had to use the bathroom in the main building.
Nice hostel some kilometres to the entrance (there is a bus straight at the hostel which brings you to the Iguazu Falls. Hostel organises tours to the Argentinien side of the Iguazu Waterfalls. Very good caipirinha. Friendly staff.
Great hot showers with plenty of water!
Price (7th July 2016):
30 reais per Person ..... incl. breakfast!
Use of showers & toilets - No Charge. Shop on site & Plug under the stairs that we charged the laptop. We initially asked the security staff who said no then a couple of days later we asked to speak to the manager.