Argentina-side Iguazu Falls Experience for Hotel Belmond das Cataratas Guests

Argentina-side Iguazu Falls Experience for Hotel Belmond das Cataratas Guests

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      Iguazu Falls, Brazil
      4.5 Hours
      Moderate
      From (USD)
      $ 155
      • Naturally wonderful: Argentina houses about two-thirds of the Iguazu Falls, one of the most impressive waterfalls on the globe as well as one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature.
      • Devil's Throat: All aboard the Ecological Jungle Train to your destination at the base of the Devil's Throat, hands-down the tallest water curtain in Iguazu Falls' 275 cascades.
      • National Park: In addition to Iguazu Falls, this protected area is home to a lush rainforest and a menagerie of animals, including toucans, jaguars, monkeys, and 450 bird species.

      Meeting point

      Please look for our GoBe Representative with the displayed logo sign at Hotel Belmond das Cataratas reception.

      Helpful hints

      National Park entrance fees are included in tour price and are subject to change without prior notice.

      Getting around

      Plan to walk approximately 1.25 miles over relatively flat surfaces. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.

      Activity type

      Family Friendly, Private Tour, Scenic

      Transportation used

      Sedan or Van, depending on group size.

      Included amenities

      Guide

      Languages

      English, German, Portuguese, Spanish

      Tour ID

      TR-SAM-BRA-FOZD-EN-1003

      Tour Participation Requirements

      Activity Level

      This experience is rated moderate. Full participation may require extended periods of walking over even and uneven surfaces, steep terrain and/or water activity in a slight current. There may be steps, inclines, cobblestone surfaces, and extended periods of standing. Participants with physical limitations should take this into account.

      Age restrictions

      Suitable for all ages.

      Special Medical Restriction

      All travelers must willing and able to walk approximately 1.25 miles over relatively flat surfaces without assistance.

      "Poor Niagara." That's what the late U.S. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt had to say after getting an eyeful of Iguazu Falls. And she wasn't joking. This massive system of 275 waterfalls spans over 1.6 miles wide and stands almost twice as tall as Niagara. These awe-inspiring features have placed Iguazu Falls firmly on many travelers' bucket lists…and on the New Seven Wonders of Nature list.

      Likely the only person in history unimpressed by the falls was Gregorio Lezama, the original owner of the land. He actually sold it at auction with an understated sign reading, "Rainforest area surrounded by many waterfalls." Fortunately, the Argentine government did see the value of the area and declared it a national park in 1934, protecting one of the country's richest biodiversity hotspots.

      So enjoy the view out your window as you cross the Tancredo Neves Bridge over the Iguazu River into Argentina and follow a scenic highway into Iguazu National Park. After a stop in the Nature Interpretation Center, you'll proceed to the Upper Circuit. From your perch above the waterfalls, you'll capture dizzying vertical views and panoramas. Next stop: the Lower Circuit, but don't lower your expectations. You'll witness the power of falling water in the crash zone.

      Now, the moment you've been waiting for. You'll board the open-air Ecological Jungle Train to sweep you away to the Devil's Throat. This water curtain is the tallest and most menacing of the Iguazu Falls system with millions of gallons of liquid plunging into a mysterious, mist-enshrouded abyss. Don't worry, there's no extra charge for the goosebumps you're sure to get.

      Romantic rainbow

      According to Guarani legend, Iguazu Falls was created by M'Boi, a serpent god. Seems he had a thing for Naipi, a pretty girl engaged to a fierce warrior in a neighboring tribe. During the couple's attempt to escape M'Boi on the Iguazu River, the spurned serpent split the earth open then turned Naipi into a stone and her fiance into a palm tree on opposite sides of the new watery void. But, every once in a while, a rainbow sweetly reunites Naipi with her boy-frond. Awww.

      Full refunds issued for cancellations made 7 full days prior to the date and time of requested services. Cancellations made within the 7-day and 72-hour window will receive a 50% refund of purchase total. Purchases are non-refundable inside of 72 hours.

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      Iguazu Falls, Brazil
      Iguazu Falls, Brazil
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      Great photo opportunities
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      Bring passport
      Wear comfortable shoes
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