Iguassu Falls Argentina Side with Boat Ride
- Consider a breathtaking view of the Iguassu Falls from Argentina's side of the border.
- Take a boat trip amid the waterfalls for an incredible journey.
- Admire this paradise's breathtaking natural splendor.
This journey allows you to see a breathtaking view of Iguassu Falls from Argentina's side of the border. A train departs every 30 minutes for the upper reaches of the falls. You'll arrive at the Garganta do Diabo, the park's largest waterfall. It's a 2080-meter-long footbridge from which you can see one of the world's most spectacular natural sights. The journey continues to Circuito Superior, where you may see all of the park's highlights.
The Gran Aventura allows you to experience the spirit of the Lguaz National Park, the jungle, and the waterfalls all in one journey.Prepare to explore the forest along the Yacaratiá route, which leads to units adapted for that environment. The 5-kilometer trek ends at the foot of the Macuco Port jungle. Then you'll walk down to the dock to board a boat that will carry you up 6 kilometers above the falls and down the Iguassu River. When you reach the foot of the Three Musketeers Jumping, you'll observe a series of Brazilian and Argentine jumps, with the Devil's Throat topping the canyon's perspective. You'll eventually get at San Martin Falls, which are the second largest in terms of magnitude and larger than a boat can approach. You'll sail 6 kilometers downwards, including 2 kilometers of rapids, before docking at the Porto Macuco pier.To get to the Macuco stop, you'll have to climb nearly 150 feet of steep stairs. On the Yacaratiá route, you will return for a land vehicle to the offices near the Old Cataratas Hotel, where the tour will conclude.
-Roundtrip transfer to most hotels in Foz do Iguaçu or Puerto Iguazu
- Professional guide (English, Portuguese, and Spanish)
- Floating safari - boat ride
- Off-road truck ride
-Iguassu National Park entrance fee
- Food and drinks
Pick-up at your hotel.
What to Remember
-Iguazu National Park entrance fee (Argentine side): $600 pesos. Argentinians pay half price. For tourists born in the Mercosur region, admission costs $480 pesos. Children up to 05 years old have free admission.
- Please check if you require a Visa or a similar document to enter Argentina. You are responsible for obtaining these documents.
- It is necessary to bring along your passport and pay close attention to visa restrictions. A current valid passport is required on the day of travel.
- If you are leaving from Brazil, when you enter Argentina, you will need to pay a fee of $40,00 pesos for an Eco touristic tax in Puerto Iguazu. Please make sure to keep your receipt in order to avoid being charged twice.
- Please contact the local tour operator to confirm your pick-up place and time. You will find their information on the voucher after booking.
- The minimum age required to participate in this tour is 13 years old.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
Blackout dates: 24, 25, 31 December, 1 January
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 1 day before the experience begins.