Iguazu Falls With Full Moon In Iguazu. Prices 2020-2021.

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Highlights of Iguazu Falls With Full Moon

A unique show in the world that is worth living 

In any of the four seasons and from twilight until late at night, the moon surprises with its color change as it reaches its fullness. Phenomenon that is repeated monthly, the Full Moon is awaited with great expectation by lovers of the beautiful spectacles of nature. 

This is a unique opportunity to enjoy the wonderful Iguazu Falls, from a different perspective, in the darkness of the night and only being lit by the moon that perches on the Devil's Throat. 
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IGUAZU (AR)
Puerto Iguazu hotels.
Pick up options:
• 1st tour 7:00 p.m.
• 2nd tour 7:45 p.m.
• 3rd tour 8:30 p.m.
ENDS
Puerto Iguazu Hotels
DURATION
4 Hours
FREQUENCY
Everyday
INCLUDED
- Transfers from the hotel
- Entrance to the Iguazu national park
NOT INCLUDED
- Food
PHYSICAL REQS.
Includes two quiet walks of 2 hours each
DIFFICULTY
Low
OTHER
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It is suspended due to unfavorable climatic factors

Details of Day Tours

The Moonlight Walk is a unique experience that takes place five nights a month in the Iguazú National Park, reaching the Garganta del Diablo, every night has three tours timetable. The event has a total duration of 2:30 pm.

The tour begins with the check-in at the park, at the presentation schedule, confirmed at reservation. After a brief introductory talk by the park ranger and the guide in charge, the Jungle Ecological Train is approached through the jungle, with its shadows, aromas, and characteristic sounds, to the Garganta Station.

There begins a wonderful walk to the Balcony of Garganta del Diablo by walkways that cross the Iguazu River, to enjoy the view of this imposing jump.The mysteries of the Interpretive walk can be accentuated when the moon intermingles with the clouds that embrace it and let it see as they cross in front of its splendor, or dissipated with the moon and the stars in its fullness. Every night and every departure is different. Let's stop an incredible moment on the catwalk in front of the Devil's Throat, from where we will appreciate the full moon in all its height over the falls. 

Finally you return to the Central Station, from where passengers will be guided to the exit of the park.

This excursion includes round-trip transfers from your Iguazu hotel. 

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Amazing tour in Iguazu
27/09/2016
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We visited Iguazu where we had a great time. We recommend the tour Iguazu Falls At Night With Full Moon. It´s a must!

Reviewed by Jennifer
Incredible day in Iguazu
20/10/2016
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if you are traveling to Iguazu you shouldn´t miss the tour Iguazu Falls At Night With Full Moon. It is a unique experience!

Reviewed by Mike

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Iguazu Falls With Full Moon

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Starts: 19:00 Hs
Duration: 4 HS
Operates: Everyday
Offered in: Español English Portugues

From: USD $56

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