Tour panoramico di mezza giornata del lato Brasiliano delle Cascate dell'Iguazú da Puerto Iguazú
Lasciandoti alle spalle Puerto Iguazú, attraversa il confine con il Brasile e visita la Gola del diavolo, la più grande cascata della regione e la meglio visibile del lato brasiliano delle cascate dell'Iguazù. Qui, potrai osservare come 14 cascate scendono da un'altezza di 107 metri, con una forza tale da creare una nuvola di nebbiolina dell'altezza di 30 metri, che rimane perennemente sospesa nell'aria. Questa zona è famosa per il suo arcobaleno e qui le opportunità di scattare foto fantastiche abbondano!
Per una vista ravvicinata delle cascate, ci si sposta a piedi attraverso la foresta subtropicale del parco nazionale dell'Iguazù fino ai piedi del Salto Floriano. Quindi prendi l'ascensore per la parte superiore delle cascate, oppure prosegui a piedi sulle cascate al Salto Union.
- Visita guidata della parte brasiliana delle Cascate dell'Iguazú
- Trasferimento in hotel e rientro a Puerto Iguazú, in Argentina
- Ingresso - Iguazu Falls
- Tassa d'ingresso al parco nazionale (circa 37 USD)
- Riceverai una conferma al momento della prenotazione
- Il giorno del viaggio verrà richiesto un passaporto valido
- Un passaporto valido in corso è richiesto il giorno del viaggio
- Il nome, il numero, la scadenza e il paese del passaporto sono richiesti al momento della prenotazione per tutti i partecipanti
Great opportunity to see the spectacular Brazilian side of the falls - be prepared to get wet! Make sure you get the real local operator's name from Viator. We were given Gray Line Tours which doesn't operate in Iguassu but uses a local operator. The front desk staff at our hotel helped us figure out who would be picking us up and at what time. Viator/TripAdvisor should know better!
WE did this with Gray Line AR. Pick up hotel was on time. Meriam, our tour guide did a good job in facilitating the legalities with the Argentinian border. We signed up for the English tour, but Spanish-speaking tourists made up the bulk of tourists in our bus. So Meriam had to speak in Spanish at length, and in English relatively shorter. On our way home, Meriam led us to a Cuenca Office, trying to get a driver to drop us off to our hotel. As we were sitting in the reception area, we were hoping that Meriam would tell us about the driver. We were surprised to see her leaving the area without saying a word or anything. That was odd, if not, rude!
Another amazing day at the Iguazu Waterfalls but a different perspective from the previous day to complete the picture for us. We had the same guide as the previous day Miguel. He expertly guided us through the immigration procedures at both the Argentinian and Brazilian borders on the way there and back. He had excellent English and was able to share his years of experience and expertise about the park and the area. Because they had arranged a Brazilian Bus for us we were able to stay on our tour bus for the day rather than transfer to the Park Bus. It was less strenuous activity than the Argentinian Park but the views were just as awesome and completely different. So pleased we chose to do both sides of the Falls. Thank you Miguel for 2 fabulous days. Very enjoyable.
What an amazing sight!
Tour was good and got to see what it said. Lunch was also good. I was the only English speaker on the tour but I was used to that by this stage of my trip!