Nothing in the world of water compares to, or is more impressive than the natural spectacle provided by the stunning group of 275 waterfalls that make up the Iguassu Waterfalls.
A spectacular view formed by the massive group of waterfalls located at Iguassu. This must see tour affords spectacular views of Iguassu from Argentina´s side and Brazil's side of the border
The biggest waterfall is the “Devils Throat”, which is 90 meters high. The volume of water poured down creates a cloud of drizzling water that can be watched from kilometers away.
After hotels pick ups, tourists head towards Iguazu National Park, located in Argentina. A different view across the border portrays this wonderful natural beauty in an exciting way. From the visitor center a train departs every 30 minutes with stops for access to the upper and lower circuits or throat of the devil. You can walk all the walkways or only those that are convenient.
First stop is the most traditional point, after the bus or van drive through the park until reach the point to start the trails and walkaways; in the end of the trail, you will find the Garganta do Diabo, the biggest waterfall in the park. Garganta do Diabo is a footbridge of 2080 meters that give access to one of the most beautiful natural spectacles on earth.
After a stop to behold and absorb all the nature and landscape around, Start the second part of the tour, Called Circuito Superior (Upper Circuit).
When you reach the top, you will be able to see all the high points of the park. If it is a sunny day, you will watch a gorgeous rainbow. There you can visit six observatories and spaces that you can relax and appreciate the view.
The Upper Circuit, which is wheelchair accessible, allows you to see the top of the majestic falls on the Argentina side and enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the area. The view stretches from the Argentinian falls to San Martin Island and parts of the Brazilian falls.
After that you will start the Circuito Inferior (Lower Circuit) of the Falls. This time you will see all from the under view, with eight observatories really close to the falls.
The Lower Circuit is composed of a trail approximately 0.8 miles (1.3 km) long that allows you to get close to some of the smaller waterfalls on the Argentinian side. Walking along the trail, which is equipped with both restrooms and snack bars, you'll get close to the Carlos Bozzetti Waterfall and be able to take some great photos.
Then the tourists return to the bus and head towards the Iguassu National Park. Embrained on the rocks with its 275 jumps, the Iguaçu Falls are the largest set of waterfalls in the world surrounded by the lush subtropical forest. The 01-kilometer course is done on foot with lookouts, lift bridges and souvenir shops. Wild animals such as the friendly Quati amuse tourists. Birds and butterflies give a special color to the place. After the visit to the Park on the Brazilian side, the passengers return to the bus that will take them to their respective hotels.
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