- 9 hours (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
Embark on this 8-hour guided adventure to the Argentinean Falls of Iguazu National Park. Discover the Tour to the Devil's Throat Circuit and Upper Circuit, with a small-group of no more than 15 travelers. Enjoy a boat ride to cruise along the falls and even get wet at the end.
- Family friendly
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Professional guide
- Guaranteed to skip the long lines
- Guaranteed to skip the lines
- National park fees, the maximum fee is 37.00
- Food and drinks
Traveler pickup is offered
8am - 9:15am
Tour ends with drop-off at your hotel
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Garganta del Diablo, Puerto Iguazu, Province of Misiones, Litoral
The most famous between 275 falls from Iguassu Waterfalls, it is right on the border between Argentina and Brazil and it can be known as Union Falls too.
Duration: 30 minutes
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Not recommended for travelers with back problems
- Please confirm accommodation details to plan the pickup time
- The minimum age for the boat ride is 12 years old
- A maximum of 14 people per booking
- It is recommended to bring a change of clothes as you will get wet on the boat ride
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Excellent trip with a great guide. We lost 1 1/2 hours of our day as there was a long delay collecting people from the Brazilian border - not their fault, but it did mean our trip was a little hurried. We walked the upper and lower tracks after a short train ride - the first to the Devils Throat was jam packed with people, so it's a real fight to get good photos, and you don't have much time to take it all in before heading back to your guide. The second walk was a lot less crowded for some reason, so much more pleasant. The falls themselves are awesome, an amazing sight, even though the weather on our trip was not great grey, then later - thunderstorms and lightning!.
Lunch was fine and reasonably good value - you get some choices fast food or restaurant etc.... We chose the restaurant, which was a large buffet with fresh BBQ meat and slads, then dessert - heaps of food and you can buy wine etc. Also plenty for vegetarians to eat.
We then went in an open topped truck to meet the boat ride. By now it was pouring down so everyone got soaked on the way. The boat ride is nothing short of awesome! About 20 minues up the river in large open topped boats through some small rapids then maybe 15- 20 minutes at the falls - first just having a bit of a look and then going right up to them - almost under them! these falls drop 80 metres so the power of the water spray and the noise was incredible they give you dry bags for your stuff. Everyone was screaming and laughing and getting seriously wet, it was so much fun!!! The guide was taking a go-pro video of us all but we missed where to buy it, in the rush to get back to the truck and to the park exit so we could get out of our wet clothes, as we were getting cold by now. The truck ride back was with a guide explaining a lot about the park and the wildlife etc in english and spanish, although sometimes a little hard to hear.
We were then dropped back to our hotel, although the guide was a bit late meeting us at the exit of the park maybe 10 minutes.
In short this is a fantastic tour. YOU WILL GET VERY WET! They recommend a change of clothes which we did take, however there are no changing facilities, just the toilets so be prepared for that. if you're not into getting changed then I recommend some clothes more suitable - I had jeans and a cotton t-shirt on and I was getting pretty cold by the end, wool or polyproylene would be a better choice.
Apart form a few small delays the tour company was professional - they confirmed hotel pick-ups the night before as promised, and if it wasn't for the border issues i am confident they'd have been on time.
The cost was about NZ170 for the day, lunch was extra, as were the park fees 600 pesos each. I'm sure you could do it for less if you got yourselves there, and bought each section yourself, but it's a big park and for us this was a way more convenient way yo do it as we only had one day.
Thoroughly recommend it!