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Iguazu Falls Tour, Boat Ride, Train, Safari Truck

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Enjoy this world-famous natural wonder on this full-day tour that includes a boat ride experience to the Iguazu Falls. Accompanied by the narration of an expert guide along the way, you will explore the walkways of the park, taking your time to step along each one. Ride on an ecological train and admire the mesmerizing beauty of the 'Devil's Throat' fall to feel its power, one of the few experiences that will take you out of this world! To end the day perfectly, be transferred through the jungle for an adventurous boat ride that will take you under the falls. A truly once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Puerto Iguazu

After pickup at your hotel, you will be driven, with the accompaniment of a local specialized guide, to the world-famous Iguazu National Park located on the Argentine side of the falls. **Please bring: Comfortable clothes and shoes (a spare change of clothes is recommended), insect repellent, sunhat, sunscreen, sunglasses, water. **It is not recommended to take food due to kuatis presence (they are used to take traveller’s food). There are places to buy food inside the park

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Parque Nacional Iguazu

Upon arrival, your guide will assist you while you purchase your entrance tickets (entrance fee not included). The Iguazu Falls are one of the most spectacular natural attractions in South America and the world. These 275 waterfalls, were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The innumerable footbridges will allow you to get close to the waterfalls until your face gets softly wet.

Duration: 6 hour

Stop At: Garganta del Diablo

After entering the park, you will go on an ecological train ride through the Iguazu rainforest to access the viewing platform that overlooks the impressive Devil’s Throat. The Devil’s Throat is the most important and most imposing waterfall of all 275 waterfalls since it rises to a height of 80 metres (262 ft). You will not cease to be amazed by the force of millions of litres of water falling at different heights! ** In case there are many people in the train to go to The Devil’s Throat, they will try to go first to less crowded places (upper or lower circuit).

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Iguazu Falls

After touring “Garganta del Diablo” (Devil’s Throat), you will continue to explore the walkways of either the lower or the upper circuit. Both of them are sure to impress you: The LOWER CIRCUIT, features a more intimate experience with nature as you walk right into the forest to the heart of the falls, you will be able to feel the “spirit” of the jungle; its humidity, sounds and aromas. The UPPER CIRCUIT provides magnificent panoramic views from the top of the falls. This circuit is the perfect place to kick back and relax with the sound of water in the background and sunlight on your skin. The elevated walkways will take you over the drop line of several of the main jumps. You will have some free time to have lunch (lunch not included).

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At:

After touring ONE of those circuits, you will begin your boat adventure. First, you will be transferred on a truck through the subtropical rainforest accompanied by a bilingual guide. Then, we descend on foot 150 meters of stairs to the pier, where we board on a boat journey. This exciting ride will give you quite the adrenaline rush as you navigate 6km (2 km of rapids) to get directly under the falls for a uniquely memorable experience. Needless to say, you will get soaked! But don’t worry, we will provide waterproof bags to keep your belongings dry. We will navigate first to the ‘Tres Mosqueteros’ falls, with the Garganta del Diablo crowning the view of the canyon. Afterwards, you will reach the maximum point of emotion when facing the incomparable San Martín fall, second in size and the largest that a boat can approach. Then start the return trip to the meeting point in the service area.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Puerto Iguazu

After enjoying the final views of the day you will start the return trip from the park to the hotel in Puerto Iguazu. **The order of the itinerary is subject to change due to conditions of an operational nature. Your guide will decide which of the 2 circuits you will visit (lower or upper trail) and when. **Schedules may vary, according to weather, traffic, etc. **Some activities may be affected due to low water levels.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes