The Brazilian Iguazu National Park offers new facilities for you to enjoy during the tour. Upon arrival at the Visitors Center, you get on the panoramic bus to enjoy a tour of the park. After a while you get off the bus to start walking the path.
What to Expect
Upon arrival at the Visitors Center, jump on panoramic buses that take you on a tour of the park. After a while you get off the bus to start walking the paths. From the first balcony you enjoy a panoramic view of the Argentinean falls. Then after 950 meters with stunning views over the Iguazu river you get to the falls on the Brazilian side.
The walkway entering the river next to the Floriano fall gives the visitor a refreshing reception and a gorgeous panoramic view of the lower Iguazu river and the Devil’s gorge Canyon. The elevator and the stairs lead to the shopping and restaurant area upstairs. Some degree of difficulty, the path includes many stairs.
Itaipu Dam is considered one of the greatest masterpiece of engineering shared between Brazil and Paraguay, located on the Parana River 50 miles from Niagara Falls. You will have a brief stop at the Interpretation Center where a documentary which recounts in detail the process of construction of the project to completion is displayed.
Then the tour takes place in the construction for about 40 minutes where you see the main parts of the dam such as the landfill, the retaining wall and the room of the turbines. Once it reaches the point of maximum height of the retaining wall, you will be able to appreciate the splendid lake formed by this dam.
- Round-trip transfers
- Professional guide
What's Not Included
- National Park entrance
- Food and drinks
Know Before You Go
• Please check if your nationality requires you to have a VISA for entering Brazil.
• The park operates from 9am until 5pm.