Iguazu Falls Brazil Side

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Iguazu Falls Brazil Side (IGUAZU)

Highlights

Our Iguazu Falls Brazil Side tour is the best way to see some of the world’s most magnificent waterfalls.


Travel through the vast Brazilian national park, right up to the raised walkways which wind through the subtropical forest and eventually reach the Devil’s Gorge.


See diverse native wildlife and lush forest on your unmissable trip to the Brazilian side of the Iguazu falls.
STARTS
IGUAZU (AR)
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ENDS
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DURATION
HALF DAY
FREQUENCY
EVERYDAY
INCLUDED
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NOT INCLUDED
* National Parks Fees, Extras, Meals and Others NOT Specified in itinerary.

Details of Iguazu Falls Brazil Side

The Brazilian side of Iguazu National Park is home to some incredible waterfalls and stretches over nearly half a million acres.


When we arrive at the Visitor Center, we’ll kick off the trip around the park by leading you to one of the tour cars. We’ll then drive to the main paths which stretch over 1,200m of the park and sit above the Iguazu river. From here, you’ll get a panoramic view of the Argentine side of the falls: the perfect spot to take some photos.


Continuing along this route, you’ll get to see the Cañón del Río Iguazú, Salto Rivadavia, Tres Mosqueteros and many others. Towards the end of the route, you’ll also see the lower part of the river and the impressive Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Gorge). The walkway ends beside Salto Floriano, from where you can take either a number of stairs or an elevator straight down to the car park or up to shops and restaurants.


We’ll bring our spectacular tour to a close by dropping you back at your hotel for the evening.


Frequency: All year round.

Tour duration: Around 4 hours.

Departures: Every morning (the park is open to visitors from 9am until 5pm).


Note: This trip sets off in the morning because the position of the sun over the falls makes for the best photo-taking opportunities at this time and around midday.


*Before travelling, please check whether you need a VISA to enter Brazil and ensure you have this with you if so.*

Reviews

stunning
19/07/2016
The views from the brazil national park are really something from another world. To me it was a mystical experience. I just laid down on the grass watching such nature marvelous cataratas. by the way the guiding was ok and the pre and port travel attention was nice as it shows they really care about their customers. If you come to Iguassu then you should book a tour to visit Brazilian side.
Reviewed by colin
must do tour in iguazu
19/07/2016
While my 3 days in Iguazu we took the Brasilian side excursion and it ended up being a cool tour as we hiked next to the falls and the views from the Argentina side are amazing. The tour is pretty simple as most what you do is walk and enjoy the natural environment. Guide was good and the transfer bus too. I recommend it!
Reviewed by conny
Top thing to do in Iguassu
19/07/2016
If you come to Iguassu then visiting the Brazilian national park and walk along the viewpoint gives you the best picture opportunities. We booked online the tour and when we arrived to the airport we were picked up and taken to the hotel we chose. It is only a half a day tour and it was fun. I also did the helicopter ride and the Argentinian side excursion. The price was ok and we had a great time.
Reviewed by rich

Rates

OptionTravelersValid DatesRates
SPANISH GUIDE SERVICE0 - 0
[RATE x PERSON]
01/04/2018 - 31/03/2019
AgeRate
AduUSD 42
ChdUSD 42
ENGLISH GUIDE SERVICE0 - 0
[RATE x PERSON]
01/04/2018 - 31/03/2019
AgeRate
AduUSD 47
ChdUSD 47


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