- Discover Iguassu Falls National Park on a 3-day tour
- Visit both the Argentinian and Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls
- Explore the beauty of the park by foot with your English-speaking guide
- 2 nights' accommodation, round-trip airport transfer and 1 lunch included
What You Can Expect
Explore the area on foot and enjoy views of the Devil's Throat, the 262-foot (80-meter) fall that is considered the most impressive one of the 275 falls at Iguassu. The second day includes a visit to the Argentinian side of the falls, where you'll see some of the smaller waterfalls and enjoy more breathtaking views. On the last day, you'll enjoy transportation back to the airport in time to catch your flight out.
Please see the Itinerary for a more detailed description of the activities on each day.
After complimentary pickup from the airport, visit the Brazilian side of the falls with your English-speaking guide, and enjoy spectacular views of Devil's Throat, a must-see Iguassu Falls feature on the Brazilian side of the falls. Looming at an altitude of 262 feet (80 meters), Devil's Throat is the largest waterfall in the area. Explore the scenic area by foot and soak in the picturesque tropical atmosphere. After your Iguassu Falls adventure, enjoy a relaxing night’s stay at a 3-star hotel in Foz do Iguaçu.
On your second day, visit the Argentinian side of Iguassu Falls. Cross the Argentina country border and follow a trail approximately 1 mile (1.5 km) to get a close-up look at some of the smaller waterfalls from a different perspective. Then, head up to the top of the majestic falls, where you'll enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the area stretching all the way to San Martin Island and parts of the Brazilian falls.
On the last day, you'll be conveniently transported back to the airport to end your tour.
A nice tour with stunning waterfalls. I was picked up on time at the airport and brought to a nice hotel with a large and nice room. In the afternoon the tour started with going to Itaipu. Our tour guide was not english speaking, which surprised me a little, but once we were at the dam we got a new, perfectly english speaking guide. The other two days were with going to the argentinian and then to the brazilian side of the waterfall which was great! I had the chance to do an optional boat tour, it was also great, but you get soaking wet. On the last day I was brought back on time to the airport and could lazily take my plane.
The Falls were amazing, of course. But the organization of the trip was very poor. Viator subcontracted at least two other companies for this trip and there was as much confusion as possible about almost all aspects of our trip. At the airport the pickup sign was for another company not with our names, our package was mixed up with another one, our departure date was entered for a different date and the hotel reservation also got mixed up. The local organizers were very patient and helped us navigate through all of this, but I am very unimpressed by Viator.