Reception at the local airport and transfer to the Sheraton Hotel.
Full day visit to the falls (argentine side) and to “Devil’s gorge”. Visit to the upper and lower paths around the waterfalls surrounded by lush jungles abundant in plush-crested jays, reddish-bellied parakeets, toucans and coatis.
UPPER PATH: A 500 mts walk (45 minutes), with great views of the Two Sisters, Bosseti, Adam and Eve, Bernabe Mendez, Mbiguá and San Martín falls from the upper part.
LOWER PATH: 1.300 mts walk (1 hour and 30 minutes), to get a different view of the falls, from above.
DEVIL’S THROAT: Board a little train that will take you for 4 km to the Devil´s Throat Station, surrounding the upper part of the Iguazu River. Once arrived, take a walkway to the balcony of Devil’s throat (Garganta del Diablo in Spanish). This is a U-shaped, 82-meter-high, 150-meter wide and 700-meter-long (490 by 2300 feet) cataract, the most impressive of all, that marks the border between Argentina and Brazil
Great Adventure: Duration: 2 hours
Inside the Iguazú National Park (Argentina), big trucks will take you to explore 6 kilometers in the humid subtropical forest, as far as the banks of the Iguazú River, downstream from the Falls. Once at the shore, board special zodiac boats for a ride to get direct and wet contact with the mighty Iguassu Falls. Crossing one mile of rapids, the boat gets into the devil’s throat canyon approaching the water falls, ending the adventure in front of San Martin island. Return to shore. Catwalks will take you back to your vehicle and onto the hotel.
Arrival at the Visitors Center, at the entrance of the Iguassu National Park, about 10 kilometers away from downtown Foz do Iguazú. Short stop to see the exhibition and continue onto the National Park, along a paved road that will take us to the magnificent Iguassu Falls. Start a walking tour along the catwalk, measuring one kilometer of easy hike, with several panoramic views of the Falls and a close-up to the Devils’ Throat.
It is a completely different tour when compared to the Argentine side, since you get in front of the falls, as if you were on a balcony. We recommend you to see the falls from both sides.
The tour ends at the upper part of Iguassu Falls accessed through a panoramic elevator; from where you get to a lookout point with a view to the upper Iguassu River. Return to the hotel.
Holders of U.S. passports are required to obtain tourist visas for Brazil. The Brazilian visa must be obtained prior to departing the United States. Visas cannot be obtained at the Brazilian border. It is each traveller’s responsibility to obtain all documents necessary for admittance to Brazil.
Transfer to Iguazu airport. (B)
End of our services.
Following services and hotels rates are net
Total for services (Prices per person in USD per total nights / Double Room / Breakfasts and taxes are included)