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Overview

Highlights

  • Enjoy roundtrip transportation from Puerto Iguazú to Iguazú National Park with an English and Spanish-speaking guide
  • See Iguazú Falls from various lookout points around the park, including the thunderous Garganta del Diablo
  • Count how many exotic animals you spot on your walk; monkeys, lizards, toucans, and butterflies are regular sights!

Description

There aren't many places on Earth that'll make you feel quite like Iguazú Falls will. It's not just a waterfall; Iguazú is a marvel of mesmerizing power which spans the border of three countries. It's an otherworldly expanse of rainforest and cascading water.

On this roundtrip guided tour of Argentinean Iguazú, you'll explore 250 waterfalls via man-made jungle walkways that go over the water, allowing you access to some of the most breathtaking miradores on the planet.

You'll be picked up bright and early from your base in Puerto Iguazú. Once inside Iguazú National Park (all entry fees are pre-paid), your guide will lead you on three separate walks, including one to the highlight of the park: Garganta del Diablo.

The Garganta del Diablo, or Devil's Throat, takes you as close to the edge of falls as is possible without tipping over for a swim – though you'll get just as wet! Even from the safe distance of the viewing platform you can hear and feel the power of 1.5 million liters per second crashing down into the Iguazú river below.

The park is also teeming with all manner of fascinating fauna. There's an abundance of lizards; the Argentine giant tegu is a common sight. On any given day you could spot coatis, toucans, and monkeys as you walk around the park. The loud hum of the cicadas is second only to the sound of the falls.

After an epic day in the great outdoors, you'll be returned to your hotel for a well-earned rest. Exploring is hard work!

Insider tip

You'll need a waterproof camera or waterproof case if you want to take photos at Garganta del Diablo. You'll get as wet as you would if you took a shower under the falls, so don't get tempted to take your expensive gear in with you!

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Ticket

What's included

Hotel pick-up and drop-off in Puerto Iguazú
Roundtrip transport to Iguazú Falls
Entrance fee for the Iguazú National Park
Guided tour of the falls in English and Spanish (Argentinian side only: Inferior Walk, Superior Walk, Devil's Throat, Visitor Center)
One hour of free time for lunch

What's not included

Food and drinks
Macuco Trail/Sendero Macuco (7 km, can be booked on-site)
Yacaratiá Trail (30 km, can only be accessed by vehicle via excursion, can be booked on-site)
Visit of the Brazilian side
Boat ride (can be booked on-site)

Amendment policy

  • Changes are possible for this ticket

Instructions

  • The tour operator will contact you after booking to arrange your hotel pick-up
  • Show your smartphone ticket to the driver during pick-up
  • Make sure to be ready at the time and place agreed upon

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How to get there

Iguazú Falls
Misiones, Puerto Iguazú
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