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"Brazilian Falls
Bird Park and Itaipu Dam from Foz""Brazilian Falls Bird Park and Itaipu Dam from Foz do Iguaçu""The tour starts when the tour guide picks you up in your accommodation and drives you to the entrance of the Iguassu National Park. Once there you'll pay the ticket and enter in the heart of the park for eleven kilometers to the trail off the falls. In the 1.200 meters off trails you will walk around a panoramic view of 95% of the falls. The amazing catwalk provides a view of the Devils Throat where you will experience direct contact with more than 1020 birds from about 150 different species in a walking tour of 1
From $85.00
 
"Iguassu Falls Combo Tour: Off-Road Jungle Drive
"Iguassu Falls Combo Tour: Off-Road Jungle Drive Hike and Waterfall Boat Ride""Explore the Iguassu Falls region in a car on foot and from a boat -- what more could you want from a Brazilian adventure tour? Departing from your Foz do Iguaçu hotel you'll head first to Iguaçu National Park and hop in an open-top vehicle for a scenic off-road drive through the jungle. Your guide will point out different species of flora and fauna as you go and answer any questions you may have. Be on the lookout for bromeliads and centenarian trees. Wild animals inhabit the area as well
From $123.00
 
Iguassu Falls Sightseeing Tour from Foz do Iguaçu
"Leave Foz do Iguaçu behind and head into Iguacu National Park. One of the most incredible natural wonders on the planet Iguassu is taller than Niagara Falls – and twice as wide – and consists of 275 cascading falls spread out over nearly 2 miles (3.2 km) in a horseshoe shape. The average flow of the waterfalls amounts to approximately 2.6 million gallons (10 million liter Devil´s Throat is the largest waterfall in the region and is best seen from the Brazilian side. Here you'll watch as 14 falls drop 350 feet (107 meters) with such force that a 100-foot (30-meter) tall cloud of mist stays permanently suspended overhead. This is the area famous for rainbows and great photo opportunities abound!For a close-up view of the falls you can walk through the subtropical forest of Iguacu National Park to the base of Salto Floriano. Here you can take the elevator to the top of the falls
From $23.00

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September Packing List

Well, what can I say. You are likely going to visit the most voluminous falls in the world, and you are looking for tips on what to pack? One thing that is certain is that you will in fact get wet....
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beware of mosquitos and heat!

It’s hot and the humidity level is high so dress light. Of course some comfortable shoes for walking (I was already tired of walking before the falls but I had to walk a lot here). There are a lot of...
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Some suggestions

You will need your most comfrotable walking shoes; about the clothes, it is a very hot place, and some people do prefer shorts and tops (even swimsuit), but remember there are mosquitoes (and other...
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Various

I actually wore my Teva water shoes (they dry really quickly) and a pair of shorts and a tee shirt for my visit. I didn't bring a raincoat and if you plan on riding one of the boats, this would be a...
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Winter & Water proof Clothing a Must

Pack Light, it helps you and helps the world too. Most definitly need good hiking or sneakers as you will be doing a lot of walking at the falls. You have to absolutely pack a sweater specially in Aug...
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acemj

"A rumble in the jungle . . ."
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andal13

"Iguaçu: the "Big Water""
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Bwana_Brown

"Iguacu Falls - nature's spectacle!"
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mindcrime

"panoramic views!"
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Willettsworld

"The Brazilian side of the Iguaçu Falls"
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