- 4 hours (Approx.)
- Hotel pickup offered
- Mobile ticket
Experience the thrill of a 4-hour eco-adventure filled with trekking, ziplining and rappelling in the dense forest known as Selva Misionera just outside the city of Puerto Iguazu and near the famous Iguassu Falls. You’ll have time to admire the forest’s enormous variety of flora and abundant wildlife, including more than 400 species of birds. But this isn’t a bird-watching trip: you’ll not only go ziplining but will also rappel by a waterfall.
- All necessary equipment included
- Choice of morning or afternoon departure
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Includes free admission to top local attractions
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Transport by minivan
- Professional guide
- All necessary equipment
- Food and drinks
Traveler pickup is offered
This is not an exhausted list of Iguazu hotels, so if you do not see your place, indicate us, please.
Returns to original departure point
Daily, except Sunday
After being picked up at your hotel in Puerto Iguazu, drive 4 miles (7 km) to the Selva Misionera, passing over streams and through dense forest. The Selva Misionera is a vast forest covering 37,066 acres (15,000 hectares) of land. Visit the Trail of Giant Trees, taking a trek to admire some of the forest’s more than 2,000 plant species and 400 types of birds, including standing toucans, trogons, woodpeckers, hummingbirds and jays.
Your forest hike is just the start of the adventure, as your next activity is ziplining through the dense canopy, 65 feet (20 meters) above the ground. Glide like a bird among some of the tallest trees in the forest with an activity that is also, for good reason, called canopying.
As if that weren’t enough excitement for one day, next you’ll rappel down a cliff next to waterfalls. Highly qualified instructors are there to assist. And at the bottom, you can take a dip in the refreshing natural pool — at this point, you’ve earned it.
At the end of tour, drive back through the forest before being dropped off at your hotel in Puerto Iguazu.
Hotel pick-up is offered for this tour. Note: if you are booking within 24 hours of the tour/activity departure time, we cannot guarantee hotel pick-up. Once your purchase is complete, we will send you complete contact information (phone number, email address, etc.) for our local operator to organize pick-up arrangements.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Minimum age is 7 years
- During the fall and winter months, it is recommended that you carry a sweater or jacket and wear warm, comfortable clothes
- It is recommended that you bring flip-flops or shoes that can get wet, an extra change of clothes and insect repellent
- You may bring your own snacks and drinks
- Not recommended for participants with back problems, heart complaints or other serious medical conditions
- A maximum of 9 people per booking
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
This Eco-Adventure was so much fun! Manuel, our guide, was personable and spoke great English and took such good care of us! We had never zip lined or rappelled down a waterfall. He explained everything to us and the whole team was professional and helpful. What an amazing experience it was.
Well organized and safe tour - very courteous and professional guides.
They picked us up right at our hotel - on time.
Zip lining and waterfall repelling was one of the highlights of our visit to the falls.
Would definitely recommend.
Remember to bring bug repellent. Also note you’ll be completely soaked during this excursion - so dry change of clothes will make your drive home much more comfortable.
Very fun trip in the forest, with both interesting facts and figures about the people, the fauna and the flora and fun activities abseiling, zip lining.
The guide Emanuel was great and kept us entertained all the way long. He spoke very good English and perfect Spanish of course . He also gave us very good tips about the city's restaurants.
I highly recommend this trip for people with children between 8 and 14 and for you adults.
Great guide and the ziplining was amazing - being in the rainforest is an experience and the tour price is pretty decent. Rappelling didn't take long took about 30 seconds so I think the meat of the trip is within the Ziplining and driving through the rainforest.
Overall, really good fun - the zip lining was great, so was the rappelling down the waterfall. I would say though that the 'trekking isn't so much a trek but a short walk, so maybe that's been overstated a little bit. All else was great - nice guides and a great experience. Thanks again.
This was a great way to spend the day! Iguazu falls CANNOT be missed, but if you have another day in Puerto Iguazu, this is a fun way to spend that day! They picked us up at our hotel in a fun, open air, van. Due to the time of year, we were not able to repel beside the water fall, but we still had a great time. Most of us had never repelled before, but the guides were very experienced and very supportive. We all did it in the end! The zip line was THE BEST. We were with my 85 year old mother and she wanted to try it. The repelling was a little too much for her, but she wanted to try the zip lining. One of the guides was so sweet to stay with her while the rest of us repelled. The guides could not have been more supportive with the zip lining. They were very safe and very experienced. They gave my mother the best day! We felt very safe. The zip line through the trees was so much fun! Not much to the walk in the jungle part of the tour, just kind of getting from one area to the next, but the repelling and zip line are really great.
Good stories told about area a.s.o before entering activities. With good briefing and ver well trained staff it was a pleasure to join the events Zip-and Rapp-eling. Enough efforts and time.
Lots of activities. Just what I was looking for. Especially the repelling. Was there in August and the weather was perfect.
Ziplining through the jungle and repelling next to a waterfall was amazing. Our guide was very outgoing and full of facts about the agriculture, people, and wildlife in Puerto Iguazu. Great sightseeing of the jungle and surrounding villages on the way to the ziplining and repelling site.