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With 2.7 kilometers in length and crossing the border with Argentina, the falls are formed by hundreds of waterfalls, including the Devil's Throat, 80 meters high.

Iguaçu is the largest waterfall system in Brazil and the second largest in the world.


See & Do It Almost All In 3 Days

The Iguaçu National Park is the main attraction of the city and borders the Argentine territory. There are approximately 185 thousand hectares on the Brazilian side. The Iguazu Falls is one of those attractions capable of leaving anyone breathless and is considered one of the 7 natural wonders of the world.
Parque das Aves is an area of 17 hectares of native forest, between nurseries for rare and colorful tropical birds, the butterfly garden, the hummingbird nursery and the reptile sector with snakes and alligators.
Macuco Safari is a boat trip to the falls of the Falls, combining adventure and emotion.
Itaipu Binacional - The Itaipu Hydroelectric Power Plant is the largest generator of clean and renewable energy on the planet. Brazil and Paraguay, with the objective of taking advantage of the hydraulic potential of the waters of the Paraná River.

Foz do Iguaçu is a complete destination, with attractions for the whole family

Shared service, you may not have an English speaking guide

Arrival Transfer Tour of the Brazilian side of the waterfall
Argentinian side waterfall tour
departure transfer
All park entrances, scenic helicopter flight, boat ride.

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Visiting the falls is definitely getting wet, if it's hot, even better! The park does not provide raincoats. You have the option to buy there or bring your own raincoat. It is recommended that you bring a second piece of clothing in case it is cold, if it is hot you only need a few minutes and "voile" the heat dries quickly. Wear comfortable and light clothes (t-shirts, pants or shorts, tennis shoes), the tour is long and tiring. Sunscreen and always have a good repellent. Mosquitoes and mosquitoes in the Falls are common. The animals live free in their habitat and Coatis are beautiful and docile animals, WHEN it's not about food. Don't eat around them, don't feed them, because they can become aggressive very fast and attack. Cell phones and camcorders, if your belongings are not waterproof, be careful. You will expend so much energy that you will need a snack and drink lots of water. In women, we tend to carry more things than men. Use a backpack to store your belongings, leave your hands free to enjoy the photos better
of the tour, take lots of pictures and enjoy the tranquility of the Seven Wonders of Nature.

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