Iguazu Falls Experience

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Experience Iguazu Falls, the world's most spectacular waterfalls, from both Brazil and Argentina

Details

Duration: 3 Days
Starts in: Argentina
Group Size: 2-6

Operated by:

World Expeditions

World Expeditions is an adventure travel and ecotourism company that offers guided small group trekking and adventure holidays.

Itinerary

Arrive Iguazu and half day tour of the Brazilian side of the falls

On arrival at either the Brazilian or Argentinian airport (prior to 12:00) enjoy a half day tour of the Brazilian side of the falls for panoramic views. Though not the highest nor largest waterfalls in the world, they are a true spectacle and a must see for anyone visiting South America. Overnight on the Argentinean side of the Falls* in twinshare accommodation including breakfast. *All passengers with accommodation in the city of Puerto Iguazu must pay a Municipal Tax. This tax is collected in pesos by your hotel at check-in (approx USD$2 per person per night). The hotel will provide a receipt and this should be carried with you to avoid being charged again if visiting the Brazil side of Iguazu Falls. Note: A Brazil visa is required for passport holders from a number of countries.

Morning half day tour of falls on Argentine side

This morning you will undertake a sightseeing tour of the Argentinian side of the falls. The temperature is always pleasant at this time of day, and there are lots of birds and coati mundis (a cousin of the bear surprisingly - but looks more like a possum!) in the forests near the falls. Set in a lush rain forest, there are more than twenty-five different cataracts – some small, some absolutely massive. The largest of all is the Boca or Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat). The evening is at leisure to relax. Overnight on the Argentinean side of the Falls* in twinshare accommodation including breakfast. *All passengers with accommodation in the city of Puerto Iguazu must pay a Municipal Tax. This tax is collected in pesos by your hotel at check-in (approx USD$2 per person per night). The hotel will provide a receipt and this should be carried with you to avoid being charged again if visiting the Brazil side of Iguazu Falls. Note: A Brazil visa is required for passport holders from a number of countries.

Transfer to airport, trip concludes

Transfer to either the Brazilian or Argentinian airport where our services conclude.

Additional Information

Epic in scale, discover the world’s most spectacular waterfalls where we view the cataracts from both the Argentinean and Brazilian sides. This breathtaking cascade of interconnecting waterfalls, set amidst a lush landscape of natural beauty has awed tourists, locals and indigenous inhabitants for centuries. We are staying on the Argentinean side of the Falls in a spectacular 4*hotel. Staying so close to the falls ensures you get the most out of your visit to this natural wonderland.

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