Visit both sides of the Iguazu Falls, one of the Natural Wonders of the World, on a small-group tour. Cross the border to Argentina and get up close to the mighty waters in the “Devil’s Throat” as well as the upper and lower circuits. Then head back to the Brazilian side, which is more untamed and features more wildlife such as friendly quatis and tropical birds.
Tour both the Brazilian and Argentinian sides of Iguassu Falls in this full-day tour. Each country has a separate National Park (Iguaçu National Park in Brazil and Iguazú National Park in Argentina) that boasts hiking trails, attractions, and viewpoints of falls like Devil's Throat, Bossetti and San Martin. Hotel pickup and drop-off in Puerto Iguazú is included.
Begin your visit to the Brazilian side of the park at the Visitors’ Center to learn more about the park. Follow a 11 km (6 mi) road to begin your experience. Once on the road you will be able to hear the falls as you watch the forest and its rich fauna and flora. During the tour, observe many species of birds, butterflies and even small mammals as coatis (Nasua). Only 25% of the falls are on the Brazilian side, however you will have a privileged panoramic view of the other 75% on the Argentinian side. Depending on the weather and the sunlight, be surprised by the rainbows everywhere. Approach the 950-meter walkway circuit and observe around 275 different falls from the Iguaçu River. On the walkway, enjoy the view of the colossal Devil’s Throat, the cascade which holds the title of largest water flow. Following to a panoramic elevator, watch new angle of the falls. After going up, enjoy the Porto Canoas gastronomic center (meal not included) and the park’s souvenir shop.
If you’ve already seen Iguazu Falls from the Argentinian side, check out other half of the park on a day trip across the Brazilian border to Foz do Iguaçu. Get a completely different perspective on the ‘Devil’s Throat’ and other enormous waterfalls, and walk among more than 1,000 birds in a tropical aviary. There’s also time to marvel at a man-made wonder — the world's most powerful hydroelectric dam on the Paraná River.
Spend the day exploring the Argentinian side of Iguazu Falls, including an adventure boat ride. Take a truck ride and a train ride through the subtropical rain forest and learn about the area through your guide's narration. Hotel pickup and drop-off from the Argentinian side (Puerto Iguazu) included.
Take in the mighty waterfalls at the UNESCO-listed Iguazu Falls during this half-day excursion to the viewing area located across the Brazilian border. Feel the roar of this epic waterfall as you wander a short walkway which ends at the stunning ‘Floriano Falls.' Conclude the tour back at your accommodation or at a local duty-free store for tax-free shopping.
Travel to the Argentinian side of Iguazu Falls on this full-day trip from Foz do Iguaçu. With a local guide, admire the falls from the other side, crossing the border at the infamous Devil's Throat. Explore the Upper Circuit and Lower Circuit as well, listening to engaging commentary from your local guide along the way. You must have a valid passport to participate in this tour. Round-trip transportation from Foz do Iguaçu hotels is provided.
You don’t need to go out on a boat to admire Iguazu Falls—this tour includes access to all of the other attractions in Iguazu National Park such as hiking trails, a tram ride, and plenty of vista points, all with hassle-free hotel pickup from nearby accommodations. Save money by paying the park entrance fee when you arrive.
Skip the crowded group tours and enjoy the natural wonders of the Iguazú Falls in the company of just your party and a guide on this private tour to the Argentinian side. Spend your day trekking or just soaking up the view.
Pair a tour of Brazil's Iguaçu National Park with a visit to Itaipu Dam during this full-day sightseeing tour from Puerto Iguazú. Cross the border from Argentina into Brazil to take a guided tour of the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls, including the best views of Devil's Throat. Head over to Itaipu Dam to view the biggest hydroelectric power plant in the world.
Experience the thundering, wild beauty of Iguazu Falls on this full-day tour from Puerto Iguazu. On a guided tour of the Argentinian side of the falls, trek along a series of trails, footbridges, and vista points to witness more than 200 magnificent cascades, including the famous Devil’s Throat. Choose from a series of three of the main hiking circuits that wind through the subtropical national park, and discover native wildlife while soaking up different vantage points of the world-famous falls.
Begin your tour on the Argentinian side of the park in the Visitors’ Center, then go to the train station to board on a 10-minute ride towards the Devil’s Throat, the largest water flow of the entire complex. Upon arrival, continue to a 1 km walkway above the river to observe an outstanding view of the calm waters before the furious falls. After the spectacular view on the Devil’s Throat, board back the train to the upper circuit to have a full and close view of many distinct falls such as Dos Hermanas, Chico, Ramirez, Bosseti, among others. Take a long walk through the forest and enjoy its fauna and flora until you get to the lower circuit, admire a canyon and feel the atmosphere of the falls at 1,400 meters high. Once you enjoyed all spots of the magnificent park, take time to lunch at one of our various suggestions.
Discover the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls on this half-day sightseeing tour from Puerto Iguazú. Travel deep into Iguaçu National Park for the region's best, up-close views of Devil's Throat. With an informative guide at your side, view the falls from both above and below to truly get a sense of the power and majesty of this natural wonder.
Begin your tour on the Argentinian side of the park in the Visitors’ Center, then go to the train station to board on a 10-minute ride towards the Devil’s Throat, the largest water flow of the entire complex. Upon arrival, continue to a 1 km walkway above the river to observe an outstanding view of the calm waters before the furious falls.
Your second adventure begins the Gran Adventure tour, get a mix of the navigation in the river and a nice jungle safari. Board on a 4x4 vehicle through the jungle, exploring local fauna and flora in perfect harmony and live comments. Next stop is at Porto Macuco, navigate on the Iguazu River, watch the canyons and see the flow at a speed that allows you to enjoy the landscapes and take photos. Pass by the Devil’s Throat and Three Musketeers fall, the rocks, animals, blue sky, rainbows, the haze and the water together. The boat gets close enough for everyone to enjoy a brief soak in the refreshing waters, an unspeakable emotion!
Marvel over the mighty Iguazu Falls on this full-day tour of the Argentinean side, including hotel pick-up and round-trip transport from Puerto Iguazu. Arrive at the New Visitors Center, then set out on a tour of the falls, following three equally thrilling walking circuits. Look out over the thundering Devil's Throat, stand in awe at the foot of the falls and see landmarks like the Bella Vista rock, Two Sisters, Dos Hermanas and Bosetti. Entrance fees not included. Upgrade to travel in a small group and/or include a boat ride.
Visit the Itaipu hydroelectric dam, one of largest dams in the world. The 7,919-meter-long and 196-meter-high structure built between two countries is responsible for 95% of the energy in Paraguay and 24% of energy consumption in Brazil. Since the operation of the first generator in 1984, it has been breaking successive revenue and production records.
Begin your two-and-half-hour tour at the reception and see a video presentation of the dam. Follow to a panoramic visit on the main gazebo to enjoy a unique and outstanding experience seeing the water power. Besides the privileged view of the spillway at the top of the dam, the course allows the contact with the nature and beautiful landscapes within the Itaipu Tourist Complex.
Travel back in time to the Jesuit Ruins of San Ignacio Mini on a 10-hour tour from San Ignacio. Comfortable round-trip transportation from your hotel makes this stress-free group tour the perfect way to round out your vacation to Iguazu Falls. An immersive guided tour around the UNESCO listed ruins covers more than 450 years of history. The excursion also includes a visit to the Wanda Mines to see semiprecious stones.
On a guided tour and in private service, for an average of 05 hours, you will visit the largest producer of clean energy on the planet, and then enjoy the sites and picturesque details of the cosmopolitan culture of our city.
Explore the Jesuit Ruins of San Ignacio and the Wanda Mines on a day trip from Puerto Iguazu. Learn about the history of Jesuits and native peoples in the region and see many precious stones at the Wanda Mines.
Explore the Iguassu Falls region on this full-day tour of the areas surrounding Puerto Iguazú. Visit the San Ignacio Mission, a Jesuit effort to spread Christianity in Argentina during the 17th century. Discover glimmering crystals in the nearby Wanda Mines and learn how they are formed during this visit to the Missiones province of Argentina. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Be blown away by the 45 artists on the stage in a live show that has Guinness World Records as "Unique Dinner with Show that features the largest number of national dances". Enjoy folk dances and typical songs from South America countries as Paraguay, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia, Mexico and Brazil with performances of Argentinian tango, traditional Mexican songs, Brazilian capoeira, samba and more.
The show is combined with a complete service and the best in gastronomy in an air-conditioned area with capacity for 1,200 visitors in three different halls.
The buffet has more than 15 types of noble meats, 200 hot and cold dishes, options of typical Brazilian dishes, samples of oriental cuisine, Arabic, Italian pasta, fish, seafood and a richly prepared dessert buffet.
Get a comprehensive overview of the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls during this half-day small-group tour. Walk along trails through the jungles and experience the power of this natural world wonder. Observe the local flora and fauna that are unique to this region and visit the Bird Park, home to over 1,400 birds from 150 Brazilian species.
If you only have a day to experience the Argentinian side of Iguazu Falls, the best way to hit the must-see sights is on a guided tour. This full-day tour makes the most of every minute—it hits all the highlights quickly enough that you’ll be finished by evening, but you still get to walk down five miles (eight kilometers) of hiking trails, ride the Rainforest Ecological Train, and admire views from numerous stunning lookout points.
Explore the Brazilian side of the great Iguazu Falls on a private guided tour. Walk along the lush rainforest trails and enjoy panoramic views of the cascading waters that straddles the Brazilian and Argentinian borders. Discover local wildlife along the way and head into the Devil’s Throat to feel the power of Iguazu Falls for yourself. Pickup and drop-off at the Gran Melia Iguazu Hotel is included.