More than twice as large as the Niagara Falls and truly one of the most spectacular sites that nature has to offer, the magnificent Iguassu Falls not only divide the powerful Iguazu River, but also separates Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay borders. Comprising 275 separate falls that stretch for more than 2 km, many of which are over 60.000m in height, it affords visitors breathtaking panoramic views, particularly from the brazilian side.
The Iguassu National Park was established in 1939 and listed by UNESCO as a Natural Heritage of Humanity in 1986. This reserve is located inside a lush tropical rainforest, with a particular rich fauna of over 300 species of birds, including green woodpeckers, birds of prey, toucans and egrets; 44 species of mammals, including tapirs, capybaras, otters and jaguars; and over 1.400 species of butterflies.
Besides enjoying the lifetime experience of the falls, tourists can also visit many other attractions such as Birds Park, Itaipu Dam, Three Boarded mark, and taste great options of restaurants.
DISCOVER FOZ DO IGUAZU
3 Days/ 2 Nights
DAY 1 FOZ DO IGUAZU – BRAZIL SIDE
Arrival, meet our representatives
Half day tour to Iguassu Falls on the Brazilian side. Inside the Iguaçu National Park, it is located one of the most beautiful postcards of the world, the Iguassu Falls with its 275 falls on an average flow of 1.400 cubic meters of water per second. Arriving at the Park, the first stop is at the Visitors Center, with a modern infrastructure, then the transportation is made in panoramic buses or private vehicles, in a 12 km path, providing a nice view of the local fauna and flora.
Then the tour by foot starts, in a step way of 1200 meters. During this walking it is possible to see several species of animals, especially coatis (considered the symbol of the park). At the end of the tour, the visitors can contemplate a very nice view of the Iguaçu River at the top of the falls, where is located the Porto Canoas Restaurant — a panoramic restaurant with Brazilian food.
Overnight in Foz do Iguazu.
DAY 2 IGUAZU FALLS – ARGENTINIAN SIDE
The visits at the Brazilian and Argentinian side are completely different, so we suggest the visitors to take both tours for a total appreciation of the Falls.
Arriving at the park, Visitors Center, with an excellent infrastructure, then the transportation is made in ecological trains that take visitors to a very pleasant trip inside the forest, where many species of fauna and flora can be seen.
The first stop is at the Cataratas Station and the tour is divided in two options: Superior and Inferior Circuit. The next path is the Devil’s Throat Station, the most beautiful and impressive fall of the Iguassu Falls. This contemplation is made of the top of Iguassu River, about 1100 meters walking to appreciate its magnitude.
Full Day Tour: including both Upper and Lower Circuits, also the Devil´s Throat
Return to Brazil side, transfer to Hotel, Overnight in Foz do Iguazu.
Important note: It is mandatory to carry your passport to cross the Argentinian boarder. Some nationalities need a Visa to go to Argentina.
DAY 3 FOZ DO IGUAZU – BRAZIL SIDE
On due time, transfer to the airport for the next destination.