Misiones Province
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Puerto Iguazu: Iguazu Falls Argentinian Side Full-Day Tour

1. Puerto Iguazu: Iguazu Falls Argentinian Side Full-Day Tour

Start the day with a transfer from downtown hotels in Puerto Iguazu to the Iguazu Falls National Park. Your guide will give you information about the park, the waterfalls, flora and fauna of the area so that when you visit the park you will not miss any attraction. Enjoy a full day to explore the most beautiful waterfalls in the world. The park has three main trails, the superior, inferior, and the Devil's Throat, or Garganta Del Diablo. Explore all trails with the convenient ecological train, which is included in the entrance fee. See the vast amount of waterfalls, experiencing their power and beauty up close. If you are feeling more adventurous, hike along the Macuco trail, a pedestrian and self-guided route that enters the jungle and takes you to the territory of the Caí monkeys, where you can enjoy a close encounter with these expressive, restless, and very curious animals. See the Arrechea jump, a 23-meter waterfall in the Arrechea stream hat forms a natural pile of transparent waters.

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From Puerto Iguazu: San Ignacio Ruins and Wanda Mines Tour

2. From Puerto Iguazu: San Ignacio Ruins and Wanda Mines Tour

Start with pickup from your hotel in Puerto Iguazu. Travel through the beautiful natural landscape of the region, passing small towns before reaching the imposing ruins of San Ignacio Miní located 240 kilometers from the city of Puerto Iguazu.  Enjoy a guided tour which explores the history of this area. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Jesuit mission was built by the Spanish Conquistadors in the 17th century. The ruins were discovered in 1897 and restored between 1940 and 1948. Learn about the construction, life, and customs of the Guarani aborigines and the Jesuit occupiers of the region.  Visit the mines of precious stones in the city of Wanda. The mines are a series of caves where you can enter to see the raw gems within. Discover the miners’ hands-on approach to ensuring that full geodes are kept as whole as possible. See multiple types of precious stones such as amethyst, milky quartz, clear quartz, amongst others.

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Puerto Iguazu: Jungle Horseback Ride with Guaraní Community

3. Puerto Iguazu: Jungle Horseback Ride with Guaraní Community

With this tour, you will explore the rural parts of Iguazú by horseback. Afterwards, visit the Guaraní community and go on a 30-minute walk of the jungle to admire the native flora, fauna, aboriginal traps, medicinal plants, and giant ferns. This tour includes transfers, entrance fees, and a community guide. The departure schedule is to be organised with the local operator. The horse riding circuit is suitable for beginners or those with experience alike - the guide will assist you at all times. This beautiful region offers visitors amazing bird and wildlife watching opportunities. During the tour, you will also hear music sung by a choir of Guaraní children and admire local crafts.

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From Puerto Iguazu: Half-Day Brazilian Falls Excursion

4. From Puerto Iguazu: Half-Day Brazilian Falls Excursion

Start your day with pickup from your hotel in Puerto Iguazu. Travel across the border between Argentina and Brazil to access the Brazilian side of Iguazu falls. Your guide will give you information about the park, the waterfalls, flora and fauna of the area. Get a fantastic panoramic view of 70% of the cascades in front of you and the other 30% only meters away. Feel the refreshing water spray from the falls and enjoy the flora and fauna of the serene jungle trails of the park.

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From Puerto Iguazu: Argentina & Brazil Sides of Iguazu Falls

5. From Puerto Iguazu: Argentina & Brazil Sides of Iguazu Falls

Get your cameras ready because a memorable experience awaits you as you explore this natural wonder of the world. The 200,000-year-old falls span across the border of Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay and are known to pour over 400,000 gallons of water a second onto the rocks below. Begin with a pickup from your hotel and travel outside the city of Iguassu to the national park where you will spend the day exploring the falls and learning about the history and culture. Explore the three tiers of the park to see the falls from different vantages. The lower path leads to the base of the falls where the intense crash of the falls releases a thick mist into the air. The upper path leads to incredible panoramic views of the falls from an extensive footbridge, also an unforgettable experience. Be guided throughout the tour but will have lots of free time to take pictures, enjoy nature and see the falls at your own pace. At the end of the tour, meet back up for transportation back to the hotel.

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Foz do Iguaçu: Guided City Tour

6. Foz do Iguaçu: Guided City Tour

Discover a charming city with remarkable landscapes and an incredible mix of ethnicities and cultural characteristics. Visit places such as the Buddhist Temple and the Falconry Center, and enjoy a sensational lunch at Barracão restaurant with an array of dishes from across Brazilian gastronomy. This city is booming with an international culture. A visit to a mosque and Kapadokya, representatives of one of the largest Arab communities in Brazil, are also part of this tour. Discover Avenida Pedro Basso, known as one of the most beautiful streets in Brazil with its many trees. Encounter the main streets and historical sites of Foz: Avenida Brasil, Hotel Cassino, Colégio Mitre, the Catholic Church, and Colégio Agrícola. To end the tour, continue to one of the largest handicraft and homemade chocolate shops in Latin America.

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From Foz do Iguaçu: Brazil & Argentina Falls Small Group

7. From Foz do Iguaçu: Brazil & Argentina Falls Small Group

Start your full-day trip with a drive to the Brazil-Argentina border. Continue to Puerto Iguazu and a local bakery for Argentinean empanadas. Iguazu National Park offers many ways to view the falls! The Devil's Throat path includes a catwalk 1,100 meters above the Iguazu River. The Upper Trail is a particularly scenic route. The Lower Trail gets you up close to the falls. Take a break for lunch (own expense) and then head to the Brazil side. Stop at the visitor center before beginning a walking tour. Enjoy panoramic views taking in most of the 275 falls. A catwalk offers views of the Devil´s Throat. Ride the elevator up to another viewpoint or walk the short trail to the top.

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Iguassu Falls: Guided Tour & Macuco Safari on Pontoon Boats

8. Iguassu Falls: Guided Tour & Macuco Safari on Pontoon Boats

You’ll start your tour by meeting at the visitors’ center to learn about the Brazilian side of the park. You’ll then follow an 11-kilometer road to begin your adventure. Once on the road, you’ll already be able to hear the falls as you pass by a forest rich with unique flora and fauna: you’ll see birds, multicolored butterflies, and small coatis. Next, along the walkway to Benjamin Constant and Deodoro Fall, you’ll enjoy stunning views of the Devil’s Throat, an 80-meter cascade with the largest water flow in the world. Along the walkway to Floriano Falls, there’s a panoramic elevator leading to the top of the falls. Once you’ve reached the top, you’ll have the chance to purchase a meal at the Porto Canoas gastronomic centre and browse the park’s souvenir shop. On the second part of your adventure, you’ll experience a Macuco Safari, driving in an open-air vehicle and witnessing amazing views of the forest. Along the safari, you’ll see orchids, bromeliads, centenary trees, and wildlife before arriving in Porto Macuco, where your pontoon boat awaits you. You’ll then navigate the Iguassu River and admire the picturesque canyons, moving at a speed that allows you to enjoy the landscape and take photos as you go. Finally, you’ll reach the base of the falls near the Devil’s Throat, where you'll get close enough to enjoy a quick refreshing dip in these pristine waters.

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Puerto Iguazu: Full Moon Experience at Iguazu Falls

9. Puerto Iguazu: Full Moon Experience at Iguazu Falls

Known locally as the Paseo de Luna Llena, this epic full moon adventure provides the unique opportunity to visit Iguazu National Park at nighttime. The experience begins with pickup from our hotel then heads to the park for check-in and a brief introductory talk from the guide. Take your seats on the Ecological Train of the Jungle and quietly glide through the luscious jungle landscapes to the Gargantuan Station. From here, enjoy a fascinating walk to the balcony of Garganta del Diablo, soaking up the variety of sights and sounds of the jungle at nighttime. Arrive at the lookout point and immediately be amazed by the spectacular Devil’s Throat fall. One of the world’s most famous falls, the Devil’s Throat glistens under the glow of the full moon providing a truly magical view. Spend some time marvelling at the stars reflected in the water and appreciate the impressive beauty of nature. At the end of an unforgettable experience, take the train back to the starting point ready for drop-off to your hotel.

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Puerto Iguazu: Iguazu Falls Boat Tour and Gran Aventura

10. Puerto Iguazu: Iguazu Falls Boat Tour and Gran Aventura

Experience the power of more than 200 waterfalls on the Argentinian side of the Iguazu National Park. Together with the Brazilian side, these falls form one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature, and one of the largest waterfall systems in the world. You will begin your tour on the Argentinian side of the park in the visitors’ center, from where you will go to the train station to board a 10-minute train ride towards the Devil’s Throat, the largest water flow of the entire complex. Upon your arrival, you will continue to a 1-kilometer walkway above the river to observe outstanding views of the calm waters before the furious falls begin. Your second adventure begins with the Gran Adventure Tour, in which you will get a mix of the navigation of the river, as well as a nice jungle safari. You will board a 4x4 vehicle through the jungle, exploring local fauna and flora with live commentary. Your next stop will be to Porto Macuco, where the float boats will be waiting for you. After putting on your jacket, you will navigate for about 7 miles (12 kilometers) on the Iguazu River, watching the canyons and observing the flow at a speed that allows you to enjoy the landscapes and take photos. You will pass by the Devil’s Throat and Three Musketeers Falls whilst observing the rocks, animals, blue sky, rainbows, and water. The boat will get close enough for everyone to enjoy a brief soak in the refreshing waters, which is sure to evoke indescribable emotions. Towards the end of your tour, your final stop will be at the San Martin Island.

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What people are saying about Misiones Province

The excursion is the transfer mainly. Our driver was Rubén, super friendly and attentive. In the ruins of Wanda the entrance does not include the guide, so it is convenient to have cash for the tip. And in San Ignacio, they took us to an a la carte restaurant, in front of the museum, also very friendly and with good prices. In this case, the guide is included, and it is a short tour but full of information. Very good!!! it is worth the whole trip to know the ruins and their history

The trip was amazing and well planned. Communication with agency without any issues. The guide was really nice, friendly and she knows everything about the waterfalls. I do absolutely recommend.

Excellent tour, so we’ll organised from beginning to end. Lucha was an excellent guide, I would highly recommend this tour.

The guide Miguel was very charismatic throughout the trip and made fewer hours of travel.

Nice tour both places, and a very good trip in comfortable combi.