|Official Authorization to charge|
The rest of Brazilians will pay the same as Americans, Canadians, Australians, Paraguayans, Argentineans. Brazilians over 60, will pay half the amount. Brazilian Children will also pay half the fee from 2 through 11 will also pay half the entrance fee. As said abovce residents of Foz do Iguaçu do not pay to get in but will have to prove that they live in the city. They can do that by bringing a legal document with a photo on it plus a something that shows a local address, Voter's card may be accepted.
On the Iguassu Tourism Promtion Fund (ITPF)
The ITPF survives thanks to a R$ 1 contribution made by tourists and vitiors to the Iguaçu National Park, the Itaipu Binational Dam Tourism Complex, hotels and now the Three Border Mark now officialy part of the Marco das Americas (Mark of the Americas) Tourism Complex. The money contributed to the ITPF may be used beyond promotional interests. One example fo that "other use" has been seen after September 7, 1915 when a storm with strong winds, rains and left over 50,000 people roofless. Records show that morte than 3,00 houses had their roofs completey destroyed. The fund contributed over 80,000 to help the affected community mostly within a five-kilometers radius from the Three Border Mark.