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Argentina Side: (Visit 2 out of 3 Circuits)
You'll be picked up at your hotel in Puerto Iguazú in a comfortable vehicle and travel directly to Iguazú National Park. Opt to explore Devil's Throat, the Lower Circuit or the Upper Circuit.
The largest amount of water from the Iguazú River cascades over Devil's Throat at a rate of 3,434,000 million gallons (1.5 million liters) per second. View this breathtaking display of nature's power is visible from a catwalk built near the top of the 350-foot (107-meter) waterfall.
A 0.8-mile (1.3-km) trail comprises the Lower Circuit, a loop that takes visitors up close to some of the smaller waterfalls in the park. Restrooms and places to stop for snacks are available on this trail, which boasts wonderful views of Bossetti falls that make for great photographs.
Access the very top of the falls via the Upper Circuit. Take this trail, which is also wheelchair accessible, to enjoy panoramic views of San Martin Island and some parts of the Brazilian side of the falls.
After seeing all the sights on the Argentinian side of the falls, cross the border into Brazil and its Iguaçu National Park. This side undeniably has the best views of the mighty Devil's Throat, where you'll see over a dozen waterfalls drop 350 feet (107 meters). The famous permanent rainbow is projected upon the enormous mist cloud produced by the force of so much water falling onto the rocks below.
Opt to walk through the tropical forest to the bottom of Salto Floriano, take the elevator to view the falls from the top, or trek out to see the Salto Union falls.
A must see!
Cette excursion a été un des meilleurs moments de notre voyage!
Great tour, great guides for both sides of the Falls.
Both guides took care of us and picked us up from our hotel. It was magical. The guides I cannot compliment enough. Both friendly, funny and accomodating.
P.S you must have both Brazilian and Argentine currency to pay for the parks. These are not included in the price!
The views are truly amazing. If you have time it maybe best to do both sides on different days so you get more time to do all of the activities in each park, however this was still very good if you are short on time like we were. Note that this tour does NOT include ticket entrance and you need cash to get in the Argentinian side we were nearly caught out.
We were concerned that we would be pushed for time completing both sides of the falls in one day. But due to the time efficient and well organised day we absolutely saw and experienced all that we wanted within the day. Drivers were punctual which made for no wasting of time especially as we changed from one tour to join another. On the Argentinian side we completed the Devils throat and upper circuit within four hours. Then we had a full two hours to enjoy and explore the Brazilian side at our own pace. If you are wanting to do extras such as a boat ride, then you must do the two sides on separate days. Both sides are a must as they offer completely different aspects and views of the falls!
Our host on the Argentina side was awful and rude, but our host on the Brazil side made up for it:
This tour was incredible. Miguel and the tour guide kept me informed the entire morning. Transition to Patricia for the Brazilian side tour in the afternoon was perfect. Both guides where right on time and knowledable. Great tour for a one day both sides. Highly recommend. Long day though.
This tour includes the pick up by private van from your hotel, either side of the Argentina/Brazil border- u are taken directly to the park entrance with ur guide- our guide Juan spoke very good English, had a fun personality and kept the group moving at a reasonable pace-both parks should be visite
I highly recommend this tour, bring water.
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