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A Jungle Experience: Iguazú National Park

Sao Miguel Do Iguacu, Pr, Brazil

The Iguazú National Park in Argentina is an adventure worth taking. The park offers many exciting options for young and old.

A Jungle Experience: Iguazú National Park


Safari

There are 3 safari options to choose from:

  1. Jungle Safari
    • A 2-hour 20 km 4×4 ride and walk along the South Yacaratiá path
    • See wildlife like the jungle cats and primates
    • Study the dense jungle foliage and many types of flowers
    • Includes water, insect repellent, binoculars, bird guide, mammalian and fingerprints, and rain poncho
    • You must have a group of 8 or team up with another smaller group
    • Exchange rates can fluctuate, but the average cost for this trip is $44
  2. Safari to Cascada (waterfall)
    • A 2-hour 4 km 4×4 ride and walk along the Yacaratiá path
    • Stop to rest and take a dip in the Salto Arrechea waterfall pool, if you wish
    • Exchange rates can fluctuate, but the average cost for this trip is $38
  3. Pioneer Trail
    • A 2-hour journey following the steps of the first visitors and the path they took to enter the jungle
    • See the falls, foliage (including the lianas or “climbing vines”), and wildlife
    • mineral water, insect repellent, binoculars, bird guide, mammalian and prints, and rain poncho
    • Exchange rates can fluctuate, but the average cost for this trip is $57

Devil’s Throat (La Garganta del Diablo)

The Iguazú River and the Nisiones Rainforest make up Devil’s Throat – a main attraction in Iguazú – where the Iguazú River drops over the horse-show shaped falls.
A train will take you to the Devil’s Throat station, where you will then hike the rest of the way to the falls, and learn the history and legend of the falls.

The excursion takes about 2 hours.


Full Moon Tour

The full moon tour occurs at night (obviously) and takes you through Iguazú’s jungle to see the land and Devil’s Throat bathed in moonlight.
Watch the amazing changes in colour the moon goes through as it waxes.

The 3-hour costs about $69 and includes dinner (or $51 without dinner). It is held during peak times on the moon’s calendar, so plan your trip accordingly. Reserve in advance.


Each tour allows you to visit for a second day for half price!


Book your trip to Iguazú National Park today!