- Guided sightseeing tour of Foz do Iguaçu and the Landmark of the Three Frontiers
- Stroll along the downtown streets and browse different retail stores
- See the junction of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, where the Parana and Iguassu rivers meet
- Round-trip hotel transportation and professional guide included
What You Can Expect
Then, head to the Landmark of the Three Frontiers -- the meeting point of two rivers and three countries. Built right at the junction of the Parana and Iguassu rivers, this landmark commemorates the borders of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. The cement and stone obelisks are painted blue, green and yellow, the national colors of the three countries.
Going on a Wednesday morning was great--tour ended up being a private one! Tour guide said sometimes he has 20 ppl in a group, so this was great! I also accidentally forgot to schedule the pick-up 24hrs ahead of time, so when we had our hotel call and make the arrangements at 8am, they were picking us up from the hotel at 9am. It was great they were still able to service us with such short notice.
We also had Pedro as a tour guide---his English was pretty good and he was a pretty funny tour guide and gave us a local's perspective on things too. Very much recommend this tour, especially if you get lucky enough to have a very small group!
This tour should be three hours and they only do for two hours and they did not bring us to the shopping stores . They did not bring us to see the church but they took us to see a temple. May be because they only have two of us but that should not be the reason for not doing it completely. The guide is OK with good English.
It was not a city tour. We were only taken to a buddhist temple and a mosque. The landmark of the 3 frontiers is nice to see but there is nothing else there. Before the tour ended, we were brought to a restaurant by the river but lunch was not included. The airconditioning of the van was broken.