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Pass By: Plaza San Martin, Av. Santa Fe, Buenos Aires 1006 Argentina
The tour starts by an early morning pick-up by centrical hotels in Buenos Aires
Stop At: Iguazu Falls, Iguazu National Park 3370 Argentina
When you land after the 2-hour flight, meet your guide and board a private vehicle. Drive towards the waterfalls while your guide provides insight into the region's history.
After a 15-minute drive, arrive at the new visitors center at the entrance of Iguazu National Park and skip the line with your reserved tickets. First, go to the Nature Interpretation Center to learn more about the foundation of the park and its local flora and fauna. Then, climb aboard the park train with your guide, stopping at the Cataratas Station after an 8-minute trip.
Duration: 4 hours
Stop At: Garganta del Diablo, Iguazu National Park, Puerto Iguazu Argentina
At midday, follow your guide to the food center and enjoy a little rest and lunch (own expense) before taking the train to the Garganta del Diablo Station, further into the forest. Garganta del Diablo (The Devil's Throat) is the biggest fall in Iguazu, and the catwalks take you right on top of it! Be surprised and amazed by the strength and volume of water, which creates a permanent fog above the fall.
After spending a day being astonished by the park's many falls and discovering more about this natural treasure, your guide will take you back to the Puerto Iguazu Airport in a private vehicle to catch your flight back to Buenos Aires. When you arrive at the Jorge Newbery Airpark or Ezeiza Airport, a private driver will be waiting for you to take you back to your hotel.
Duration: 2 hours
Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District
Traveler pickup is offered
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This private, full-day trip to the Iguazu Falls is a perfect option for those who are visiting Buenos Aires and want to get a glimpse at the kind of treasures Argentina has to offer. Iguazu Falls are the biggest Water system in the world and offer marvelous landscapes, due to its location in the middle of the Brazilian and Argentinian Jungle. Classified UNESCO World Heritage, Iguazu offers many different, and all unique, landscapes. Surrounded by local fauna and flora, you can go explore the Argentinian side of the falls, offering spectacular views and treks! This excursion will take you to the heart of the falls in an exclusive way for a day away!