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Caiman Hop

Caiman Hop

Travel Pass from Rio de Janeiro to Foz do Iguacu via Campo Grande, Pantanal & Bonito. - Frequency: Daily Departures - Recommended Minimum Duration...


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Beaches & Iguazu Falls Hop

Beaches & Iguazu Falls Hop

Travel Pass from Rio de Janeiro to Foz do Iguacu (via Paraty, Sao Paulo & Florianopolis) - Frequency: Daily Departures - Minimum No. of People: 1 ...


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Backpacker Tours

Iguassu Falls Backpacker Trip

Iguassu Falls Backpacker Trip

Iguassu Falls Backpacker Trip: 4D/3N Departing daily from Foz do Iguacu. Starts on arrival to Foz do Iguacu with your pick-up from the Internatio...


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April,21 2010

Iguassu Falls

Iguassu Falls
Get up close at the Devils Throat falls Take a helicopter over the Iguazu falls Amazing expierence at the Iguassu Falls Sheer power as the water plunges 80 meters

The world's largest group of waterfalls and one of the most incredible landscapes on the planet! Located between Brazil and Argentina, they are formed by 275 falls and are around 80-meters high.

Iguassu falls were discovered by Alvar Nuņez Cabeza de Vaca in 1542 and today, they are one of the most visited sites in South America (Among the celebrities and world leaders who have visited the falls are Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Diana, Bill Clinton, and Bill Gates).

- Argentinean side
Roaring waters from hundreds of awe-inspiring falls wait you on the Argentinean side. 8000 meters of stairs and trails allow a close up and personal (and sometimes wet) experience of this impressive natural wonder. There are many options for exploration - you can go to the San Martin Island; you can also take a free old-fashioned train to Devil's Throat Falls - if it's a clear day, you will be rewarded with a gorgeous blazing rainbow. Do not miss taking the speedboats under the falls (literally) and expect to get wet. It takes about a whole day to visit the Argentinean side of the falls.

- Brazilian side
Though the Brazilian side of the falls is significantly smaller in scope than the Argentinean side, it is here that you get the stunning panoramic overview of the falls. Once inside the National Park, you may enjoy a variety of optional trips, including flying over the waterfalls in a helicopter, a boat trip on the river with the Macuco safari and speed boat trip, rafting, abseiling, trips inside the jungle, kayaking and sailing. The park also has several restaurants and souvenirs shops. At the falls you will walk along catwalk trails and at the end of the trip you may also see the falls entirely with a panoramic elevator above the Floriano fall.

IMPORTANT: when walking on trails, use only marked pathways, don't feed animals.



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