At Iguassu Falls National Park we'll get the lowdown on the environmental aspects of the park before hopping on a panoramic 11-kilometre bus ride towards Iguassu Falls. Throughout the ride you'll be treated to views of a variety of flora, and will see firsthand how dense the local subtropical forest is. If you're lucky, you may spot some wild animals too.
After being introduced to the surrounding nature, we'll head out on a 1.2-kilometre walking trail on the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls, which will lead us along the river, populated with many smaller falls from the Argentinian side. The trail will take us all the way to the base of the biggest waterfall, where a catwalk extends out over the brink of the series of falls which make up the spectacular Devil's Throat.
This side provides a wicked view of Iguassu Falls, and after walking the catwalk, there is a tower that provides an utterly epic panoramic view of Iguassu Falls.