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Iguassu Falls Day Tour from Puerto Iguazú with Waterfall Boat Ride

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    What to Expect
    After being collected from your hotel in Puerto Iguazú, you'll be shuttled a brief distance via coach to Iguazú National Park. Accompanied by a knowledgable guide, visit the Argentine side of Iguazu Falls. Here, a network of over 250 individual waterfalls carry the Iguazú River over the falls at the astonishing rate of 400,000 gallons (1.5 million liters) per second.
    Choose from two options, both of which take a full 8-hour day.
    Boat tour only:
    Your guide will take you through all three of the national park's three tiers, each of which provides a significantly different view of the spectacular falls. On the lower trail, descend into a misty, echoing cavern, thundering with the sound of rushing water. The significant climb to the top of the upper trail will deposit you on a footbridge spanning the falls that gives unparalleled panoramic views. Your expert guide will provide you with naturalist information and guidance, but you are free to explore at your own pace.
    Board a boat for the authentic Iguazu experience: being drenched by its mighty waters. You'll be safely ferried through the falls themselves, so be sure to bring your foul weather gear. After drying off, you'll be dropped back at your hotel.
    Tour with a jungle-truck ride and boat ride:
    Climb into an off-road vehicle for a 5-mile (8-km) journey through the verdant jungle, viewing abundant native flora such as palm, palo santo, and bromeliads along your path. Keep an eye out for butterflies flitting among the orchids as your guide teaches you about the tropical forest and its inhabitants.
    The truck will deliver you to Macuco Port and you'll transfer to motorboat for a 4-mile (6-km) cruise down the Iguazu River. During the final mile, shoot the rapids of the Iguazu River Canyon, passing close to waterfalls like the Three Musketeers and San Martin Falls. Disembark for a short break on San Martin Island before heading back to the port and being returned to your hotel.
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    Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

    Best Tour, Best Guide (Jessica) and Best Place!!!! A must see!!!! Went with friends and had a blast. Prepare to get a shower 😉

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank Benjamin C
    Reviewed 3 weeks ago

    Incredible experience! Nature at its best. The tour was well organized and highly enjoyable.Highly recommended.

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank teitelman2019
    Reviewed 3 weeks ago

    it is really good, but not because of the tour, because of the iguazu falls. besides it is a bit overpriced. there are another options also good for less money

    Date of experience: February 2019
    Thank Brightknight91
    Reviewed June 3, 2019

    Booked the tour as I was worried for my safety being a solo traveler. Big Mistake. Though the Day Tour was booked in English, it was completely in Spanish. If it wasn't for a kind member of the group translating, I wouldn't even have understood...More

    Date of experience: May 2019
    Thank Dionysius A
    Reviewed April 23, 2019

    Very professional. Nice Guide. They provide hotel pick which is fast and very efficient. I was able to see all 3 levels of the falls at the Argentinian site and also did a motor boat ride.

    Date of experience: April 2019
    Thank michael K
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    October 13, 2018|
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    Response from Micky C | Reviewed this property |
    You don't need a Brazilian Visa for the Argentina side. For the Brazilian side you will need a Brazilian Visa. It is advisable to see both sides. There is always argument as to which is the best side. See both and make up... More
    June 17, 2018|
    Response from darryns2015 | Reviewed this property |
    No you do not. It is all on the Argentina side of the falls.
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