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Discover the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls on this half-day sightseeing tour from Foz do Iguaçu. Travel deep into Iguaçu National Park for the region's best, up-close views of Devil's Throat. View the falls from both above and below to truly get a sense of the power and majesty of this natural wonder.
After pickup from your Foz do Iguaçu hotel, head into Iguaçu National Park with your local guide for this half-day sightseeing trip.
Enter Iguaçu National Park to see what are arguably the best views of the tremendous Devil's Throat waterfall. Watch as 14 falls drop 350 feet (107 meters) over a precipice with impressive, thunderous force. Be sure to bring your foul weather gear to protect you from the 100-foot (30-meter) cloud of mist that is suspended permanently overhead. This cloud is host to a steady rainbow, so get ready to snap lots of photos.
Prepare to be impressed by these falls, which are taller than Niagara and twice as wide. During the rainy season from November to March, water can flow over these falls at 450,000 cubic feet (12,750 cubic meters) per second. Trek through the forest to the bottom of Salto Floriano For an up-close view of the falls. After admiring that view, ride the park's elevator to the top of the falls, or meander out over the falls at Salto Union.
End your day's adventure with drop-off back at your hotel in Foz do Iguaçu.
Shane S Philippines
A great tour to see Iguazu Falls.
The tour guide Ms.Silvana was great and informative. She was always there to assist us in everything we needed.
And when you finally get to see the falls I recommend to do the WET boat tour in order to really enjoy the experience of the falls. Adrenaline rush! A must do!
Iguassu falls are more beautiful than Niagara falls in my opinion. For me the most beautiful of all the waterfalls I have seen. Very green and lush and the panoramic view is absolutely outstanding. You really have to look at the falls from both Argentina side and Brazil side to understand the magnitude of it.
Bird Park could be added, but all of the passengers on the bus including me already had visited so we all went back to hotel and took it as true half day tour.
I was the only English speaking tourist there and all were Brazilian, but the guide could speak good English. Luckily there was one young man, Ivan, who could speak English very well and wanted to practice with me, so we were buddy for the trip.
Warning to English speaking folks: it is not easy to find someone who speaks English in Brazil...be ready to use body language.
On the side of Viator's performance, you guys mixed up my hotel pick up spot for another tour The Argentina side. For this trip I called ahead so I was able to rearrange the pick up spot.
The Brazilian side is more the viewpoint of the falls, so I recommend doing both sides to truly appreciate them.
We also added on the boat ride under the falls and the visit to the bird park.
Truly amazing day.
fantastic experience with very helpful and well spoken guides
Very nice trip recommend for anyone who wants to see the falls for a day.
Great tour on the Brazil side with great tour guide that picked us up at our hotel. This one of the seven wonders of the world is a site to see. I'm glad we did the Brazil side because the Brazil side had more platforms in the park to stand on and a lot more falls to see. Highly recommend.
Best tour guide in Brazil. Spoke perfect english. Great tour. great place
Got to see all the amazing falls in a panorama view. Also got to stand in the middle of the great falls next to the devil and #39;s throat and feel the water rain down on you. This wasn and #39;t a guided tour. We got picked up at our hostel and they dropped us of at the site. Walked alone and got picked up later.
Siva United States of ...
We were picked at our hotel at 8 am . Thanks to our tour guide Daniel Antonio for suggesting the Boat trip, otherwise we would have missed a must enjoy attraction at the Brazilian side of the Falls.
The boat trip consisted of 3 parts , first a short ride on the tram to avoid pollution to the forest it is powered by solar electricity during which time the guide explained the highlights of the National park, then a walk on the trail you can skip this and directly join at the boat station leading to the boat station for about 15 minutes and finally the terrific ride in the speed boats for about 30 minutes in Iguazu river towards the Brazilian side of the falls. There were lockers and change rooms just before the ride. Be prepared to get drenched as the boat goes right the the falls. It was an exciting at the same time a safe ride. The crew took videos and photos during the ride and you can buy it. Overall the boat trip takes about 2 hours and is a not to be missed attractions at Iguazu. We were back near the Visitors center by 12.30 pm.
In the afternoon we proceeded with our walking tour of the Brazilian side of the Falls. It was a self guided tour going to different view points to look at the Falls . One can see the Brazilian side closely and even Argentinian side at a distance. While the Argentinian walking tour provided views from the top of the falls, the Brazilian tour is enjoying the view from the bottom in most points though at a couple of observation decks you get the top view as well. The tour ended by 3.30 pm and we were in our hotel by 4.30 pm.
Between the two sides of the Falls Argentinian side is no doubt a longer one with closer view from the top but I am not sure if it is worth spending reciprocity fee of USD 160 just for one visit as the views from Brazil side are equally stunning though a bit shorter and mostly from bottom of the Falls. If I
This was one of the most outstanding trips of my entire life. Iguana is astonishing to the point of words not being able to do it justice....!!!!
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