During your visit to Iguazu Falls Argentinian Side, you can include these two wonderful activities called Gran Aventura, a combination of trekking, 4x4 ride and boat navigation in the jungle, and a great return from Devil´s Throat visit, floating the river. Amazing!
Great Adventure combines in a single trip the very essence of Iguazu National Park: the jungle and the waterfalls. Departing from the Operative Center or from the Visitors’ Center, we shall enter the jungle by the Yacaratiá trail in trucks specially designed for this environment. Bilingual guides (Spanish and English) will introduce the place’s natural and cultural resources.This 5 kms long stretch ends at Puerto Macuco. At its dock, visitors shall board on the boats that shall be sailing in the Lower Iguazu River for as long as 6 kms, heading towards the waterfalls area, enjoying plentiful rapids.Upon reaching the Tres Mosqueteros Fall, visitors shall be able to see the falls of both the Argentine and Brazilian sides crowned by the view of the Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat). Afterwards, the most exciting point comes when facing the incomparable San Martín waterfall, the second in dimension and the hugest any boat may face.At the end of the trip, we shall descend from the boat on the dock located in front of the San Martín Island, where visitors may continue enjoying the landscape joining the runways system of the Lower Circuit.This excursion can also be made in the opposite direction: from the San Martín dock to the Visitors’ Center.We also include the Ecological Ride. From the Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat) train station, we offer this silent and quiet sailing experience on rafts, covering the different islands of the Upper Iguazu River.Visitors shall be able to connect with the rich flora and fauna that distinguishes this riverside environment. Expert local people will help tourists to discover the secrets of the jungle beyond the runways.This peaceful trip ends at the Tres Marías Port where visitors may return walking to the Waterfall Station, which is the starting point of traditional circuits.