Private Tour of Argentinian & Brazilian Iguazu Falls
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Location: Iguazu Falls, Argentina | Iguazu Falls, Argentina
Category: Day Trips & Excursio
Awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls, a UNESCO World Heritage site
Guided exploration of the falls' Brazilian & Argentine sides
Opportunity to walk out across catwalks & viewing platforms
Garganta del Diablo's 14 impressive cascades
Scenic jungle trek & a chance to see ring-tailed coatis
Private guided tour of Iguazu Falls
Roundtrip transportation to and from your Puerto Iguazu hotel
Commentary in English and Spanish
Taller than Niagara Falls and twice as wide, the 275 cascades along the horseshoe-shaped span of Iguazu are a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. Spend a day exploring Iguazu—the name means “great waters” in Old Tupi—from both the Brazilian and Argentinian sides.
After being picked up at your hotel, head toward the Brazilian border to the astonishing and thunderous cascades of Iguazu Falls. Begin on the Argentinian side, and walk along trails or ride a scenic train from the visitor center to the base of the falls, where the crashing waters send a misty veil into the air. Listen to your guide recount the natural history and geology of the area as you watch the explosive tumble of water over the edge of the Parana plateau, and then cross over to the Brazilian side of the falls.
From here, observe the Garganta del Diablo, or “devil’s throat,” where 14 falls crash deafeningly down over 350 feet (107 m) into the basin below. Rainbows form in the thick mist over the river—for a closer view, trek through the subtropical forest and keep your eyes peeled for racoon-like coatis in the woods. Alternately, take a vertigo-inducing walk out over the frothy chutes of water at Salto Union before your return trip to Puerto Iguazu.
Know before you book:
Children 4 and younger are complimentary (excluding park entrance fees).,
If you are not a citizen of Argentina, you must bring your passport with a Brazilian visa to enter the country. This visa cannot be issued at the border and must be obtained in advance. Argentinian citizens must bring their identity card with them.,
United States, Australia and Canada citizens visiting Argentina for tourism or business must pay a reciprocity fee and will have to present the payment receipt at the Immigration control when entering Argentina from Brazil.,
After booking, please provide the names of all passengers along with their passport number, nationality, and country of residence.
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