Transfer to Argentinian Falls

Early morning our guide will pick you up for your private tour and take you first through the Argentinian border. On the Argentine side are 75% of the 275 waterfalls of Iguazu Falls. Arriving at the Iguazú National Park, the tourist is received at the Visitor Reception Centre. From there, a short walk in the park takes us to the station, to board a little train. The tour, inside the woods, is pleasant and takes about ten minutes. From there another 1 km walk takes us to the impressive Devil Throat.

Back to the train, next station is ­called "superior ride" for paths between lush native forest. As the name implies, this part of the tour takes place over the falls, from where you have a fantastic view, fully and fairly close in several jumps Dos Hermanas, Chico, Ramirez and the grand Bosseti, among many others. It also notes the San Martin Island, home to the spectacular jump San Martin.

Take your time to discover the upper and lower trail and enjoy lunch at the Argentinian barbeque (not included).

Transfer to Brazilian Park

After arrival tour begins at the Visitor Reception Centre close to the only hotel in the park , the “Belmond Cataratas Hotel” Next to the hotel there is a trail on walkways built along the basalt cliffs, where one walks among the lush vegetation of the park. The trail allows for a great deal of vision heels of Iguaçu Falls, of indescribable beauty. On the Brazilian side of the Iguaçu River are only about 25% of the jumps, but the view is more privileged, since the other 75% are on the Argentine side, allowing a panoramic view of the falls. During the tour they observe multicolored  butterflies, birds of various species and rainbow on all sides (depending on the weather and sunlight). You can also see coatis sticks (Nasua) ­ native small mammals. Approaching track’s end we head the walkway that leads to jumps Benjamin Constant and Deodoro, where you’ll see  most of all falls of the colossal Devil's Throat. Soon after the catwalk at the foot of mighty leap Floriano, is a panoramic lift attached the souvenir shops, where one can make a pretty nice climb and with a good view of the falls. There is also the possibility of a secondary access to the output location for those who prefer to walk a little more. Once up there one takes towards the Porto Canoas gastronomic center and souvenir shop ­to the Iguaçu river. 

Transfer to Hotel


  • Private transportation and multilingual guide.
  • Pickup at Hotels in Foz de Iguaçu
  • Admission Tickets for Argentinian Park
  • All fees & taxes


  • Foods and Drinks
  • Gratuities (Optional)


  • Wear light clothing and comfortable sidewalks, preferably shoes with non­slip soles.
  • It is advisable to use sun­glasses, hats and caps, sunscreen and insect repellent and, of course, camera and camcorder
  • Argentina requires visa for citizens of certain countries - please check before booking this tour.


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