This awesome tour through the Argentinian trails, will cover places like the Upper and the Lower Circuit, which include catwalks and tours through the terrain. This will then lead to the tour through the Garganta del Diablo, which will give you a spectacular view through the balcony. The tour is a well rounded one, which includes transportation to and from the place. It is also presided over by a well versed English and Spanish speaking guide.
Visit the Upper circuit and the Lower circuit
Tour the Garganta del Diablo
Navigating the rapids of the Rio Iguazu.
View of the falls and the Garganta del Diablo
Movitracks through the jungle
In the Argentinian Iguazu Falls you can enjoy the following rides:
The 800 meters of catwalks are detached from the jungles surface to protect the fauna by preventing disruption of their natural trails. From this circuit you'll have an upper view of the Iguazu Falls, enjoying their magnificence with a panoramic view.
Duration of the tour: one hour.
1.600 meters of catwalks, also detached from the jungles surface, enjoying a view from below and around the Iguazu falls. This circuit provides a unique experience where you'll be feeling as a part of the natural surroundings, watching and sensing their magnitude from up close.
Duration of the tour: two hours.
Garganta del Diablo:
Departing from Cataratas Station, the train goes up to Garganta Station in about 18 minutes. Then a walk along the catwalks about 1200 meters over the islands will take you to enjoy the most spectacular sight from the most important balcony: the Devil’s Gorge, the biggest fall of the Iguazu Falls.
Time required: two hours.
"Great Adventure" :
It's divided into 2 parts: the navigation on semi-rigid zodiac boats conducting outreach to the foot of the San Martin, Bosetti and Three Musketeers falls and to the Garganta del Diablo Canyon. Also, you'll be navigating down through the rapids of the river, reaching Puerto Macuco (3 kilometers from the falls). The second part is an exciting truckride of about 8 km through the jungle following the Yacaratiá trail where you'll get information from our guides about the flora and fauna of the jungle until we reach Puerto Macuco.
Drop off time and place