Start: 7:30 hs. Cataratas del Iguazú
The Iguazu National Park conserves 67,000 ha. giant trees, lianas and ferns that live with multicolored butterflies, birds and mammals, all part of the rich local flora and fauna.
The park was declared Natural Heritage in 1984, due to its scenic beauties and the great biological diversity of the subtropical forest. The falls are famous in the heart of this park.
The tour starts at the interpretation center for visitors and continues along the walkways, from where you can see "Salto Dos Hermanas", "Salto Bossetti", "Salto Escondido", and have a panoramic view of "Isla San Martín "and the" Salto Unión ".
After walking along the upper path along the corridors falls the majestic "Salto San Martín", from where you have a panoramic view of the Brazilian falls. Finally, you will go with the Train de la Selva to the "Garganta del Diablo" station. From there, after 1000 meters walk along the catwalks, you will arrive at the spectacular "Garganta del Diablo", where the Iguazu River expresses itself with all its force and the waterfall gives the illusion of magical rainbows.
Regular service, with a Spanish speaking guide and permanent coordination.
Daily departures from 7:30 a.m. We look for it from your Hotel