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5 days - 4 nights

On this perfect add-on to any tour, experience the stunning beauty and raw power of one of the greatest natural wonders on earth Iguassu Falls.

Wider than Victoria Falls and taller than Niagara, Iguassu falls are set in the tropical jungles near the 3-way border between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.

Spend a few days exploring, traveling to both the Argentinean and Brazilian sides on this complete experience of the falls—Iguassu is one of those places that needs to be seen to be believed.

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Witnessing the majesty of Iguassu Falls, taking an optional boat ride into the spray.

Day 1 Lima Arrive at any time.

Day 2 Iguassu Falls Fly to the Iguassu Falls area and transfer to the hotel. Free time for individual exploration and to explore the area.

Day 3 Iguassu Falls Full-day tour of the Argentine side of Iguassu Falls. Optional activities include a boat ride to the base of the falls.

Day 4 Iguassu Falls Half-day tour of the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls. Free afternoon for optional excursions such as a visit to the nearby bird park, shopping excursions or relax and enjoy the city.

Day 5 Iguassu Falls Depart at any time.


  • Half-day guided tour and park entrance fee on both the Argentinean and Brazilian side of the falls. Departure Transfer.
  • 3 Breakfasts (Allow USD85-110 for meals not included.)
  • Hotels (4 nts).
  • Plane, public bus.
  • Local representative in Lima, local guide at Iguassu Falls.

Not Included:

Flights to and from destination are not included.


Arrive Lima at any time. There are no planned activities so check into our hotel and enjoy the city. A G Adventures representative will hold a general briefing in the evening, normally between 7 pm and 8pm (a note will be posted in the arrival hotel with details).


Fly to the Iguassu Falls area and transfer to the hotel in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil. Free time for individual exploration and to explore the area.


In order to see the falls properly you need to view them from both the Brazilian and the Argentine sides: the Brazilian side offers the grand overview and the Argentine side a closer look. Today we begin our visit of the National Park Iguazú on the Argentinean side. Here we are able to get close enough to almost reach out and touch the waters from the many jungle walkways. If that isn’t close enough there is also the option of a Zodiac cruise into the heart of the falls. Return to the hotel in the afternoon. Overnight in Foz do Iguaçu.

The torrential Iguassu River crosses the State of Paraná in Southern Brazil from East to West. A few kilometres before its junction with the Paraná River it forms one of the most splendorous natural beauties of the world: Iguassu Falls. Over 2.7km long and an average flow of 1.750 m3/s, this wonder is located in a very special place: the contrast between the green of the vegetation and the dark colour of the basalt rocks with whirring waters plunging from a 72m high cliff is magical. At Iguassu there are 275 falls in all, some over 80m (267 ft) in height, making these cataracts wider than Victoria Falls and higher than Niagara! It should come as no surprise that UNESCO declared the region a World Heritage Site in 1986.

Originally “discovered” in 1541 by the Spaniard Juan Alvar Nuñez, he named the falls Saltos de Santa María. The name we use today means “great waters” in the Tupi-Guarani tongue. The falls are protected by two National Parks—one in Brazil and another in Argentina. Tours utilise trails and catwalks adapted to the landscape of the area, and walking is easy for all ages; guided tours of the complex are available several times a day. The best time of the year to visit is from August to November, as during the rainy season from May to July flooding will likely prevent closer viewing from the catwalks. 

Film buffs will remember that Iguassu was the site of several scenes from the film “The Mission.” A few hours south of the Falls, the ruins of the Jesuit missions of the era can still be visited on a day trip. An exhilarating optional boat tour at the top of the bottom of the falls or a short ride on a safari vehicle are optional activities worth considering.


Depart in the morning for a half-day excursion to National Park Iguaçu on the Brazilian side. Enjoy the panoramic view of the falls, along with a possible visit to a bird park filled with beautifully coloured local wildlife. Helicopter rides are available for a birds-eye view of the falls. Return to the hotel in the afternoon for some time to relax. Overnight in Foz do Iguaçu.


Today is a departure day, and no activities are planned. Transfer to the airport for your onward flight.

From €809,00EUR Per person for 2 travellers

From€699,00EUR Per person for 3 traveller


All countries require a valid passport (with a minimum 6 months validity). Contact your local embassy, or consulate for the most up-to-date visa requirements, or see your travel agent. IT'S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO HAVE THE CORRECT TRAVEL DOCUMENTATION.

PUERTO IGUAZU AIRPORT "LANDING FEE": Please be advised that Argentina's international airport in Puerto Iguazú charges a reciprocal fee to people of certain nationalities. At the time of writing, this fee was USD 70 for Canadians, USD 131 for US citizens, and USD 100 for Australian citizens; there is currently no fee for EU or New Zealand citizens. This is payable immediately upon arrival before proceeding through immigration. Australian and Canadian citizens will be required to pay this fee each time they enter the country via Ezeiza airport.

For US citizens the fee need only be paid once and is valid for the duration of the passport.