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Following pickup at your hotel in Foz do Iguaçu, travel from Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil, to Iguazú National Park in Argentina to explore the Upper Circuit, Lower Circuit and Devil's Throat. All tour participants must have a valid passport in their possession.
The 275 waterfalls that make up stunning Iguassu Falls straddle the border of Brazil and Argentina and sit not far from Paraguay.
Arrive at the Lower Circuit in Iguazu National Park on the Argentina side. Walk a trail that is 0.8 miles (1.3 km) long and allows views of smaller falls like Carlos Bozzetti Waterfall. Continue to the Upper Circuit at the top of the waterfalls and catch panoramic views of the area on both sides of the border, including San Martin Island. On the Brazilian side, marvel at Devil's Throat, a 262-foot (80-meter) fall that is the largest in both parks. At an impressive altitude of 262 feet (80 meters), Devil's Throat is where the most water pours through the falls and is a must-see stop.
After your day of exploration on the Argentinian side of Iguassu falls, return to your Foz do Iguaçu hotel for drop-off.
What a wonderful site. The guide was calm and took us around at a leisurely pace. He helped point out many items that we probably would have missed without him. This area is on our list for a revisit since it is so large and wounderous that it will take multiple trips to really see it without all the awe that first time visitors would have. A long day well worth the price.
An absolutely amazing and breathtaking experience. The views of the falls from the Brazilian side are great but they are far far better from the Argentinian side.
This was great, getting through boarder control was so easy and the park is absolutely amazing. Definitely go for this if you want to see the falls and are nervous about getting across boarder control.
The guide is very helpful who knows the place well. It just give you enough time to visit the Argentinaian side in the morning, so you can do the Brazilian side in the afternoon. Worth the value!
Well worth the time and money - gives a totally unique perspective on these great falls
Excellent way to spend the day.
The trip was perfect. The guide tour did a great job to guide us around especially to pursue as per our request and b flexible in anything. Thank you for making our this as a memorable trip. I remember the quote from our guide that Argentina falls is to feel the falls while Brazil falls is to see how awesome it is. The boat trip to feel the falls is a must. Please request to the guide. Additional charge is required but surely that you will get a great experience there!
The Falls are breath-taking! Both the Argentinian and Brazilian side ! We breezed through the immigration even though it was a Sunday.As we didn't speak Portuguese, we were a little lost in the commentary. The English commentary was much shorter. Be prepared to walk to see various views of the Falls.Seriously, you must wear good walking shoes!! Take videos of the Falls to capture the sheer grandeur of waterfall at the Devil's Throat. Don't forget to try the Argentinian buffet as the lunch area. Food is much cheaper and meats much better than in the Brazilian side. Our guide and driver sped us back to catch our flight back!! Thank you for an amazing trip!
ITS AWESOME!!!! Take this tour to bring you to the Argentina' side. At the end of the day, when they bring you back, asked to be dropped near the brazilian entrance and you'll be able to do it on you own. We did both sides in 1 day!!
John W Australia
The Argentinian side of the falls are spectacular. Many more falls to see up close, combined with a little bit of hiking and great photo opportunities. There is also a mini train ride and a walk to the top of the Devil's Throat. One of the best day trips I've done with Viator.
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