In the Northeast of Argentina, sharing the border with Brazil, you will find the most overwhelming waterfalls in the world. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Iguazú River plunges into a gorge of over 275 falls spread along 4kms. The extensive and awe-inspiring falls are completely surrounded by dense tropical forest where visitors can enjoy pleasant weather year round.
Our itineraries will bring you face-to-face with the native wildlife, featuring an explosion of colours: the rainbows shimmering in the mist off the waterfalls, the lush and varied indigenous flora and fauna, and the thriving natural landscapes and waterfalls throughout the entire route.
There are 3 different circuits on the Argentinean side of the waterfalls. The Upper and Lower Circuits, as well as the route to the immense gorge, The Devil´s Throat, are all connected by a panoramic train. Throughout the circuits, you will encounter breathtaking sensations all around you, from the water to the forest.
No visit to the falls is complete without witnessing the star of Iguazu National Park: the majestic gorge, Devil’s Throat that plunges from a height of 262ft, cradling the border of Argentina and Brazil. The privileged balcony views let you really feel the magic and power of this natural spectacle.
Enjoy a truly constant panoramic view of the cascades at Iguassu Falls National Park, appreciating the falls from many angles. Take the circuit of walkways which are placed directly in front of the waterfalls, admiring hundreds of birds, butterflies and the curious & fun coati monkeys, all along the way.
Partake in an incredible experience that combines riding 4x4 vehicles through the jungle with a semi-rigid boat navigation, putting you face-to-face with the famous waterfalls.