Iguaçu Falls

Iguaçu Falls is one of the most famous attractions in all of Brazil, with 275 massive waterfalls divided between Brazil and Argentina.

The City of Foz do Iguaçu, with all its diversity of attractions, represents one of the most beautiful tourist destinations of the world. It possesses incomparable natural richness, as the Iguaçu National Park, declared as Natural Patrimony of the Humanity, is where the Iguaçu Waterfalls are located.

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Iguaçu Falls by Helicopter For a bird’s eye view

While not exactly the most environmentally friendly way to experience Iguaçu Falls, you will however get a birds eye view of the immense falls. It’s definitely something you’re not going to see while walking the catwalks.

Jungle Safari, BrazilJungle Safari

Subtropical enlightenment

Our Jungle Safari tours are more for education and enlightenment as they take you through the subtropical rainforests of the National Park in a vehicle. A park ranger discusses various aspects of the ecosystem.

The Itaipu Dam Tour, BrazilThe Itaipu Dam Tour

Dam(n) that’s huge!

This controversial dam is the largest hydroelectric scheme in the world. The Itaipu Dam is over 4 miles long with a maximum height equivalent to a 65-story building. The iron and steel used during it’s build would permit the construction of 380 Eiffel Towers!

The Macuco Safari, BrazilThe Macuco Safari

Adventure & Excitement

If you are looking for adventure and excitement then this special package is perfect for you! Take the Macuco Safari boat tour to admire the famous Iguaçu Waterfalls.

Hotel 'Das Cataratas'Hotel ‘Das Cataratas’

by Orient Express

This is the only hotel located within the Iguaçu National Park. Guests enjoy exclusive access to this magnificent sight in the evening and at dawn, when the park is closed to other visitors.

Bird Park Tour BrazilBird Park Tour

World-class bird watching

This world-class park is situated in a 4 hectares of second-growth subtropical forest. There are over 500 birds, both indigenous and from other continents. Visitors will be able to be in contact with them without restriction of nets and cages.