Iguazu National Park
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  • Puerto Iguazu: Iguazu Falls Argentinian Side Full-Day Tour

    1. Puerto Iguazu: Iguazu Falls Argentinian Side Full-Day Tour

    Start the day with a transfer from downtown hotels in Puerto Iguazu to the Iguazu Falls National Park. Your guide will give you information about the park, the waterfalls, flora and fauna of the area so that when you visit the park you will not miss any attraction. Enjoy a full day to explore the most beautiful waterfalls in the world. The park has three main trails, the superior, inferior, and the Devil's Throat, or Garganta Del Diablo. Explore all trails with the convenient ecological train, which is included in the entrance fee. See the vast amount of waterfalls, experiencing their power and beauty up close. If you are feeling more adventurous, hike along the Macuco trail, a pedestrian and self-guided route that enters the jungle and takes you to the territory of the Caí monkeys, where you can enjoy a close encounter with these expressive, restless, and very curious animals. See the...

    Speechless! 100 times better than Niagara Falls. Very easy to walk around. On the day I booked the additional boat trip to get close to the falls and I didn't regret it. Make sure you take a towel and note you'll get extremely wet so take flip flops to change into for the boat trip. There is a lot of walking but the waterfalls are massive. Plenty of time given for slow walkers.

  • From Puerto Iguazu: San Ignacio Ruins and Wanda Mines Tour

    2. From Puerto Iguazu: San Ignacio Ruins and Wanda Mines Tour

    Start with pickup from your hotel in Puerto Iguazu. Travel through the beautiful natural landscape of the region, passing small towns before reaching the imposing ruins of San Ignacio Miní located 240 kilometers from the city of Puerto Iguazu.  Enjoy a guided tour which explores the history of this area. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Jesuit mission was built by the Spanish Conquistadors in the 17th century. The ruins were discovered in 1897 and restored between 1940 and 1948. Learn about the construction, life, and customs of the Guarani aborigines and the Jesuit occupiers of the region.  Visit the mines of precious stones in the city of Wanda. The mines are a series of caves where you can enter to see the raw gems within. Discover the miners’ hands-on approach to ensuring that full geodes are kept as whole as possible. See multiple types of precious stones such as amethyst, milky ...

  • Puerto Iguazu: Jungle Horseback Ride with Guaraní Community

    3. Puerto Iguazu: Jungle Horseback Ride with Guaraní Community

    With this tour, you will explore the rural parts of Iguazú by horseback. Afterwards, visit the Guaraní community and go on a 30-minute walk of the jungle to admire the native flora, fauna, aboriginal traps, medicinal plants, and giant ferns. This tour includes transfers, entrance fees, and a community guide. The departure schedule is to be organised with the local operator. The horse riding circuit is suitable for beginners or those with experience alike - the guide will assist you at all times. This beautiful region offers visitors amazing bird and wildlife watching opportunities. During the tour, you will also hear music sung by a choir of Guaraní children and admire local crafts.

  • Puerto Iguazu: Full Moon Experience at Iguazu Falls

    4. Puerto Iguazu: Full Moon Experience at Iguazu Falls

    Known locally as the Paseo de Luna Llena, this epic full moon adventure provides the unique opportunity to visit Iguazu National Park at nighttime. The experience begins with pickup from our hotel then heads to the park for check-in and a brief introductory talk from the guide. Take your seats on the Ecological Train of the Jungle and quietly glide through the luscious jungle landscapes to the Gargantuan Station. From here, enjoy a fascinating walk to the balcony of Garganta del Diablo, soaking up the variety of sights and sounds of the jungle at nighttime. Arrive at the lookout point and immediately be amazed by the spectacular Devil’s Throat fall. One of the world’s most famous falls, the Devil’s Throat glistens under the glow of the full moon providing a truly magical view. Spend some time marvelling at the stars reflected in the water and appreciate the impressive beauty of nature....

  • Iguassu Falls: Guided Tour & Macuco Safari on Pontoon Boats

    5. Iguassu Falls: Guided Tour & Macuco Safari on Pontoon Boats

    You’ll start your tour by meeting at the visitors’ center to learn about the Brazilian side of the park. You’ll then follow an 11-kilometer road to begin your adventure. Once on the road, you’ll already be able to hear the falls as you pass by a forest rich with unique flora and fauna: you’ll see birds, multicolored butterflies, and small coatis. Next, along the walkway to Benjamin Constant and Deodoro Fall, you’ll enjoy stunning views of the Devil’s Throat, an 80-meter cascade with the largest water flow in the world. Along the walkway to Floriano Falls, there’s a panoramic elevator leading to the top of the falls. Once you’ve reached the top, you’ll have the chance to purchase a meal at the Porto Canoas gastronomic centre and browse the park’s souvenir shop. On the second part of your adventure, you’ll experience a Macuco Safari, driving in an open-air vehicle and witnessing amazing ...

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What people are saying about Iguazu National Park

It is absolutely beautiful and again, the falls were only at half of their maximum capacity. Adrian, excellent guide, passionate and in love with the falls, he gave us a lot of information. It's a long day to walk but the scenery is so changeable and beautiful that it's worth it. Our guide gave us clear directions that allowed us to visit the falls at our own pace and easily find our group every step of the way.

Speechless! 100 times better than Niagara Falls. Very easy to walk around. On the day I booked the additional boat trip to get close to the falls and I didn't regret it. Make sure you take a towel and note you'll get extremely wet so take flip flops to change into for the boat trip. There is a lot of walking but the waterfalls are massive. Plenty of time given for slow walkers.

The tour is as described, both the mine and the ruins are very interested and can be visited with local English-speaking guides, the driver was extremely helpful and chatty and speaks various languages. The coach seats are a little uncomfortable.

A wonderful experience not to be missed, the organization of the excellent transport and guide service. Definitely recommended.

Interesting to know the rural area and know its history, it is not a long visit but it is worth it.