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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.
After pickup from your Puerto Iguazú hotel, cross the border to Iguassu Falls on the Brazil side with your expert guide for this half-day sightseeing trip.
Enter Iguaçu National Park and 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 morning adventure in Brazil with drop-off back at your hotel in Puerto Iguazú.
Great opportunity to see the spectacular Brazilian side of the falls - be prepared to get wet! Make sure you get the real local operator's name from Viator. We were given Gray Line Tours which doesn't operate in Iguassu but uses a local operator. The front desk staff at our hotel helped us figure out who would be picking us up and at what time. Viator/TripAdvisor should know better!
Another amazing day at the Iguazu Waterfalls but a different perspective from the previous day to complete the picture for us. We had the same guide as the previous day Miguel. He expertly guided us through the immigration procedures at both the Argentinian and Brazilian borders on the way there and back. He had excellent English and was able to share his years of experience and expertise about the park and the area. Because they had arranged a Brazilian Bus for us we were able to stay on our tour bus for the day rather than transfer to the Park Bus. It was less strenuous activity than the Argentinian Park but the views were just as awesome and completely different. So pleased we chose to do both sides of the Falls. Thank you Miguel for 2 fabulous days. Very enjoyable.
Our guide, Manuel, was fantastic. Lots of information, guided us on the paths of the falls and had a great smile and personality. If you are on the Argentina side of the falls this trip makes your life so much easier. The guide takes care of the papoerwork for the crossing, you never leave the comfortable bus. Also tour busses get preference at the borders. There was a long line in both directions for cars.
Everything was very well planned, the friendly guide helped us with our next plane back to Buenos Aires.
The tour is worth it and you don't have to think about time, luggage or passport, all is done for you. The views are amazing! I recommend as well doing the Argentinian side the day before.
Benjamin H Australia
What an amazing sight!
The experience was amazing. Our tour guide was helpful and spoke good English. The only down side was waiting in the intense heat and time wasted for well over an hour for a couple that did not meet back at the required.
Haagse Harry. Nederland
This is a MUST to do...
Pickup at hotel was on time and guides were very nice and helpful during all the trip, specially getting through customs and the visit to the Brazilian side was fantastic.
I think this is a very good value for money. The timing is perfect as well- you won't need more than three hours to see the all angles through the designated platforms...and that is walking leisurely whilst trying to spot some wild life...I was lucky to see a couple of capuchin monkeys, a reptile that looks like iguana and various multi-coloured butterflies.
Advise though, bring a raincoat and something to cover your phone...on Devil's throat platform, it's more than a mist- it's more like a proper rain and you'll get drenched! it was fun but not if it will break your electronics.
Overall, I highly recommend this trip...
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