Iguazu Falls: Day Tour including transfers and guided tour

Day Trips & Excursions in Puerto Iguazú

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If you want to visit Iguazu for a full day, it´s your option. With pick up from airport and tranfser to the national park, to spend a great day visiting the incredible Iguazu Falls, wonder of nature. The argentinian side, offers up to 8 km of trails to enjoy the falls in three different circuits: upper, lower and trail to the Devil´s Throat with Train of the jungle. Then, transfer out to airport
Starting the tour with picking you up from Puerto Iguazu Airport (ARGENTINIAN SIDE) or Foz do Iguaçu Airport (BRAZILIAN SIDE), you will enjoy a full day visit of Iguazu Falls. On the Argentinian side, the park includes 8km trails in three different circuits: Upper Circuit, Lower Circuit and Trail to the Devil´s Throat. Declared a Worldwide Heritage site by UNESCO, the Iguazu Falls consists in 275 falls (most of them are on the Argentinian side), some of them up to 80 meters high turning this into a fantastic landscape, contrasting the jungle's magical quietness with the waterfalls' roar. It begins two hundred meters from The Rainforest Train Cataratas Station. Along the way visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of the semicircular chain that begins at Dos Hermanas Waterfalls, going through Chico, Ramírez, Bosetti, Adán y Eva, and Bernabé Méndez Waterfalls, ending at the Mbiguá Waterfall lookout as a first stop. It is characterized by having its trails set on top of the waterfalls edge, which allows a vertical view from the top, really electrifying. It has places to rest, which makes the tour a source of energy and a place to relax near the water. After Mbiguá Waterfall lookout, the gangway crosses the Superior Iguazú River to reach the edge of the second largest fall in this beautiful system: the San Martin Waterfall. This balcony has the best and widest panoramic view of the whole Iguazu Falls from Argentina side. You will see the Hotel Das Cataratas and the elevators on the Brazilian side, and the Sheraton Hotel, the Old Water Tank Tower, the balconies of Upper and Lower trails, the San Martin island and the gangway to Devil’s Throat on the Argentinian side. Leaving this circuit, the gangway runs back through islets in the Upper Iguazu delta, to finally reach the Cataratas Station.Then, transfer back to airport to take flight back to origin.

What’s included

  • Local guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities
  • The listed price does not include a parking fee, payable at the time of tour check-in
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