The Iguassu Falls area is the meeting point of three different countries, so don't spend all your time on the Brazilian side. Take a day trip to Argentina to admire this natural wonder from another perspective. Crossing the border at the infamous Devil's Throat, you'll admire this UNESCO World Heritage Site from both Brazil and Argentina!
• 6 hours
There's not much in the world that compares to the majestic Iguassu Falls, and you can see the entire Brazilian side of the falls on this half-day tour from Foz do Iguaçu. Journey into Iguacu National Park, get an up-close view of two of the largest waterfalls and be prepared for unparalleled panoramic views.
• 4 hours
Don't miss out on the Iguassu Falls adventure of a lifetime! On this tour from Foz do Iguaçu, explore the tropical flora and fauna of the Iguassu region in an open-top vehicle, hike a hidden trail and explore the waterfalls from the water itself! Great for adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts alike, this combo tour will be the talk of your Iguassu Falls vacation.
• 5 hours
What could be better than seeing Iguassu Falls from the air? On this memorable tour from Foz do Iguaçu, you’ll jump in a helicopter and soar high above the falls for unique, bird's-eye views of this stunning landscape. This is the ultimate way to see Iguassu Falls – an experienced pilot, a comfortable helicopter and countless unimaginable photo opportunities.
• 40 minutes
More than 75% from Iguassu Falls are located at Argentinian territory. It is essential to visit the Iguassu Falls in this country. Traditionally there are three circuits: Devil´s Throat, Upper and Lower. Coupled circuits are approximately 6 kilometers walk through the forest, several lookouts with privileged views and great pictures are taken.
• 8 hours
While visiting Iguassu Falls National Park, take the chance to explore the Itaipu Dam, the largest operational hydroelectric power plant in the world. Visit this stunning piece of modern architecture and learn about its construction, its environment impact and its importance to the people of Brazil and Paraguay. The shear size of the Itaipu Dam will be sure to leave you speechless!
• 4 hours
The Iguassu Falls are a spectacular collection of 275 waterfalls, extending over a length of almost 3 km in an enormous canyon on the Iguassu River. Visitors has great panoramic view of the waterfall from Brazilian side. The average flow of water over the falls is 1,700 m3 per second and the resulting clouds of spray create immense rainbows, presenting a stunningly colorful spectacle.
• 4 hours
Join a guided sightseeing tour of downtown Foz do Iguaçu and travel to the Landmark of the Three Frontiers, the meeting point of the three countries in the Iguassu Falls area - Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. You’ll learn about the culture and history of the Iguacuenses (the people of Foz de Iguaçu) and discover the local sites including a mosque and the Buddhist Temple of Foz do Iguaçu.
• 3 hours
This must see 8-hour tour affords a spectacular view of Iguassu Falls from the Argentinian side of the border. A different view from the other side of the border paints this marvelous natural beauty in a different exciting way. Find a great perspective of the Garganta do Diabo waterfall, the biggest waterfall in the park. Drive through the jungle and hike a trail that leads to the waterfalls and a boat ride. This is everything you could want in an adventure tour.
• 8 hours
Calling all bird enthusiasts! Hop on a half-day tour to the Iguassu Falls bird park, 12 acres of subtropical forest filled with numerous species of birds. Don't miss the chance to watch, photograph and listen to exotic birds in a beautiful natural setting in Foz do Iguacu.
• 4 hours