Full day Argentinian side of the falls from any hotel in Foz do Iguaçu – Private
To enjoy the Iguaçu Falls in all its magnitude, visit the Iguazu National Park in Argentina. The tour is different and complementary. It worth the visit! Argentinian side of the falls
Tickets Del Iguazú National Park can only be paid in Argentinian pesos but our guide will take care about this details and make you go through without having you waiting much in the queue. Argentinian side of the falls
To cross the border, it is mandatory to have one of these documents available: identity card, driving license or passport.
If the Brazilian side is the VIP cabin of the Falls, el Argentine side offers an experience wilder. The Argentinian park covers 70% of the territory of the falls. The visual is different as previously said, you will walk on long and fantastic pathway along the kilometers above the falls. The power of the falls can surprise, especially on days of strong debit.
Depending of your citizenship, you may need to apply for a visa or pay the reciprocity fee to cross the border.
About Iguassu falls
The word Iguaçu means “big water” in Tupi-Guarani etymology. The falls are formed by the falls of the Iguaçu River. Eighteen kilometers before joining the Paraná River, the Iguaçu wins an unevenness of the ground and rushes when dropped up to 80 meters high, reaching a width of 2780 meters. Its geological formation dating from about 150 million years ago, but the formation of the landform of the falls began approximately 200,000 years ago. Iguassu falls
The Iguaçu River measures 1200 meters wide above the falls. Below is a close up to 65m channel. The total width of the Falls on the Brazilian territory is approximately 800m and 1900m on the Argentine side. The height of the falls varies between 40-80 metros. Depending on the river flow, the number of hops varies, reaching a higher number to 100 during periods of average flow.
The average flow of the river is around 1,500 m3 per second, ranging from 500 m3 / s in times of drought and 8.500 m3 / s when heavy. The larger volume of water occurs between the months from October to March, however the record of the highest flow has reached the volume of 46,000 m3 per second in June 2014, just before the world cup kick-off.
The main falls are 19, five on the Brazilian side (Floriano, Deodoro and Benjamin Constant, Santa Maria and Union) and the others on the Argentine side. The arrangement of heels, with most of them in Argentina and Brazil facing side, provides the best view for those who observe the scenery from Brazil. Both sides have to be discovered.
The Trip Cost Includes
- PRIVATE SERVICE
- TRANSFERS IN & OUT
- BILINGUAL GUIDE
- ENTRANCE TICKETS
The Trip Cost DOES NOT Include
- International and domestic flights
- Meals not listed
- Tips for travel guides and drivers
- Travel insurance