One person per package, minimum 2 people.
English, Spanish and Portuguese Speaking Guide.
Transportation in Shuttle service with maximum 14 passengers.
Meals and drinks are not included.
Tips or Gratuities are not included.
Entrance fees to Itaipu Dam and Iguazu National Park are not included.
Departing from your hotel at 8:00 am, our destination is the Itaipu Hydroelectric Plant, which is responsible for producing over 20% of the energy consumed in Brazil. The Itaipu Dam was planned and grew from the combined effort of two nations, Brazil and Paraguay. The Panoramic Visit from Itaipu Dam will start at 9.00 am with a short documentary about the hard work on building this amazing project and Iguassu Falls Region, followed by a bus ride into the Itaipu Dam. The bus will across over the dam to Paraguayan side and there will be a stop for photos.
About 10.30 am we continue to the Bird Park, a sanctuary for birds coming from different areas of Brazil and the world. Visitors can get close to the macaws, toucans, parrots and flamingos in a way that would be virtually impossible in nature.
The bird park is next to Iguacu National Park. Upon entering Iguassu Forest, the long-awaited view of the waterfalls happens almost suddenly. 11 km from the park entrance into the jungle, the vehicle leaves us at the Cataratas Trail, with a 1200-metre walking trail along which we see most of the falls. We stop at the elevator for a fantastic panoramic view. We then move on to the Porto Canoas area for rest; there is a restaurant, snack bar and coffee shop, and the guide will provide the time needed for food.
The Macuco Safari Boat begins at 3 pm. The adventure starts with a 3-km trail through forest by electric vehicle, followed by a 600-metre uphill walk to Iguacu Falls. Boats take us one step closer to the falls, giving an incredible feeling of closeness to the water. Come on this adventure with us, it will be a fantastic show with a lot of emotion...
You will be back to the hotel at 6 om.
We begin the second day by crossing the border into Argentina. Make sure to take your documents with you and check to make sure a visa isn't required (visas should be applied from your home country).
Arriving at the Iguazu National Park on the Argentinean side, we start with a train ride into the Iguazu Jungle along a 2.5-km railway into the Devil's Throat. With a 1-km on a catwalk looking out over the calm water, we cannot imagine that there are such impressive waterfalls just in front. The Devil´s Throat it is more than 78-metres deep.
Returning to the Central Station, we have access to the Cataratas Upper Circuit. As the name implies, the circuit takes us to an upper view of the falls. We walk above the falls and gain insight into the massive size of the Iguazu River canyon.
After a quick stop for lunch, we enter the lower circuits of the river canyon for new and stunning views. This walk leads to Salto San Martin, the only fall not seen from the trails on the Brazilian side of the falls.
After about 6 hours in Cataratas del Iguazu in Argentina, we leave the Iguazu National Park in the direction of the Three Borders Landmark, where we can understand a little of the geography of the region. The Parana and Iguazu River divide three countries: Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. Returning to Foz do Iguacu Feirinha we will have a stop (30 minutes) in Puerto Iguazu, a very interesting market where there are different types of wines, cheeses, salamis, olives, dried fruit and other foods. Return to your hotel at 5:30 pm.
Then it's time to say good-bye to Iguassu. Our Guide will drop you off at Iguassu Airport. Don´t forget to send us feedback about our services.
- For normal periods cancellation should be done 72hs before the tour.
- For periods of holidays cancellation should be done 5 days before check-in.
- No-Show or Cancelation after the informed period will be charged 50%.