Iguazu Falls

itinerary

Day 1: Iguazu Falls

Arrive in Iguazu and transfer to your hotel located near the falls, a comfortable hotel adjacent to the park. Where you stay will depend on whether you arrive in Iguazu from Argentina or from Brazil. You will have opportunities to view the falls from both countries if you wish, though you'll need a visa for Brazil. (B)

Day 2: Iguazu Falls / Brazilian side

After breakfast, depart for the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls.  Arrive at the Visitors Center at the entrance of Iguazu National Park, about seven miles from the main falls, which contains exhibits, supplies, ATM, and other facilities.  After passing through the Visitors Center, the tour continues on the road that crosses the park and takes us to the wonderful Iguazu Falls. Along the way, our guide explains what we'll see on arrival. Once there, we walk on an easy 3/4-mile path, looking for coati as we approach the falls.  At the end of the tour, enjoy a panoramic view of the Falls, from a misty platform where we can see the Floriano, Deodoro and Garganta do Diabo Falls. The tour ends on the upper part of the Falls, reached by a panoramic elevator. From here, we go to the Porto Canoas area and a nice view of the Upper Iguazu River.

In the afternoon, head out on the Macuco Safari Boat Tour, heading upriver in specially-equipped boats piloted by experience captains to get to the base of the falls to admire and feel their thunderous power up close. Whirlpools, waves, and currents created by the falls add adrenaline and lots of excitement to this unforgettable tour. Afterward, return to the hotel, where the remainder of the day and evening are at your leisure.

Day 3: Iguazu Falls / Argentinean side

After breakfast, depart for a half day tour of the Argentinean side of Iguazu Falls for another perspective of this natural gem. From the Visitors Center, visitors will board a low environmental impact train to travel to several points of interest, the first of which is Cataratas Station from which the visit to the upper and lower part of Iguazu Falls begins. Afterward, board the train again for the Devils Throat Station, one of the most important observation points of the Falls.

Afterward, transfer to the airport for your onward flight. (B)