Iguaçu National Park, Paraná State
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Puerto Iguazu: Jungle Horseback Ride with Guaraní Community

1. Puerto Iguazu: Jungle Horseback Ride with Guaraní Community

With this tour, you will explore the rural parts of Iguazú by horseback. Afterwards, visit the Guaraní community and go on a 30-minute walk of the jungle to admire the native flora, fauna, aboriginal traps, medicinal plants, and giant ferns. This tour includes transfers, entrance fees, and a community guide. The departure schedule is to be organised with the local operator. The horse riding circuit is suitable for beginners or those with experience alike - the guide will assist you at all times. This beautiful region offers visitors amazing bird and wildlife watching opportunities. During the tour, you will also hear music sung by a choir of Guaraní children and admire local crafts.

From Puerto Iguazu: Half-Day Brazilian Falls Excursion

2. From Puerto Iguazu: Half-Day Brazilian Falls Excursion

Start your day with pickup from your hotel in Puerto Iguazu. Travel across the border between Argentina and Brazil to access the Brazilian side of Iguazu falls. Your guide will give you information about the park, the waterfalls, flora and fauna of the area. Get a fantastic panoramic view of 70% of the cascades in front of you and the other 30% only meters away. Feel the refreshing water spray from the falls and enjoy the flora and fauna of the serene jungle trails of the park.

Iguazu Falls: 2-Day Argentinian and Brazilian Iguazu Falls

3. Iguazu Falls: 2-Day Argentinian and Brazilian Iguazu Falls

Your 2-day adventure begins as you are either collected from your accommodation, or picked up from the tour meeting point. Your guide will provide you information about the park, the waterfalls, and the flora and fauna of the area, so that you can tour the park and not miss any attraction. The Argentine side possesses 3 classic routes: superior, inferior, and garage of the devil. All of these routes have very easy access, with transfer via the ecological train included with entrance to the park. For the more adventurous, there is the 3-kilometer route along the Macuco Trail. The Macuco trail is self-guided, and enters the jungle taking its visitors to the territory of the endemic Caí monkeys. Another hit of the Macuco trail is the Arrechea jump, a 23-meter-high waterfall of isolated height. The basin of this part of the Iguazú River is totally covered by the protected forest of the Iguazú National Park. You will then explore the Brazilian side of the most magnificent waterfalls in the world. There you will be able to feel the refreshing mist of the water all around you, and can also enjoy the flora and fauna of this magical walk. Upon your return you can choose to stay in the duty free area, before later returning to your hotel on your own.

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What people are saying about Iguaçu National Park, Paraná State

The tour on the first day, waterfalls on the Argentine side, was long and complete, of full satisfaction, the tour on the second day, on the Brazilian side, was in my opinion a little rushed, even if complete, however the path is shorter and we have to consider the times for the border crossing with Brazil, as on both days we leave from Puerto Iguacu, Argentina. A very welcome, free and unexpected offer was the pick-up and drop-off at your hotel in Puerto Iguacu.

Excellent and calm the tour of the first day on the Argentine side, as regards the second day, on the Brazilian side, the visit seemed rather hasty, in fact already at 3 pm he was leaving for the return. It must be said, however, that the border crossing can be with long waits, and it always starts from Argentina. Finally, the price is very low for the services provided, including, unexpectedly, collection and delivery to your hotel

Visiting the falls on the Brazilian side is worth the detour. Seeing the Argentina Falls from the front is really impressive and even then they were only halfway through their maximum capacity. Good, perfectly bilingual guide who shared information equally in English and Spanish.

Brazil side of falls was a very different perspective than the Argentina side. Far less walking for those interested. Great. Experience. Trip confirmation and actual pickup / drop off all the same.

Excellent tour, so we’ll organised from beginning to end. Lucha was an excellent guide, I would highly recommend this tour.