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From Puerto Iguazu: Brazilian Side of the Falls with Ticket44 Reviews
Immerse yourself in nature on a day-trip to the Iguazu Falls. Hike along a rainforest trail then get up close to the immense cascade of water. Be amazed by this great natural wonder which encompasses more than 270 beautiful falls.
- Enjoy spectacular views of the Brazilian Side of Iguazu Falls
- Spend time at the observation deck of the mighty Devil's Throat
- Ride up the Panoramic Elevator to enjoy the best views
- Benefit from convenient pick-up and drop-off at your hotel
- Enjoy the intimacy of a small group tour with a maximum of 15 people
DescriptionBe amazed by this great wonder of the world with more than 270 beautiful falls and you will be delighted, for sure. The tour begins with a pick-up at your hotel before heading to the Iguazu Falls, located 24 kilometers from Foz do Iguaçu downtown. Arriving at the visitor station, located 10 kilometers from Iguazu Falls, at the entrance of the National Park. This place shows an excellent infrastructure with photos exhibition of Iguazu Falls, boards with maps of the National Park and a big souvenirs stores, bathrooms, infirmary, selling tickets to the park, cash machine, etc. After passing the visitor station, continuing the tour, follow the road taking us to the magnificent Iguazu Falls. There, walk for around 1km. This walk offers you an amazing panoramic view of the falls and, by the end, a fantastic approach to the Devil’s Throat. This tour ends at the top of Iguazu Falls, which could be accessed by stairs or the Panoramic Elevator. Then the visitors follow the catwalk until the Porto Canoas Space, where you could see the Iguazu River. Besides the restaurant, the place offers a snack bar, handcraft stores, bathrooms and infirmary. By the end of the tour, the vehicle will be there to take you back to the hotel.
IncludesRegular scheduled transportation with other passengers Hotel pick-up and drop-off from Foz do Iguaçu Entrance tickets to the National Park Specialized bilingual guide
- A passport is necessary to cross the border. Please check with your government to find out if you need a visa and reciprocity fee to visit Brazil, as it cannot be paid at the border
- You will either travel by car or van, depending on group size (maximum 15 people)