An experience like no other
Spanning both Brazil and Argentina, Iguassu Falls is one of the 3 biggest waterfalls on earth and one of the New 7 Wonders of the Natural World. At 2. 7 km wide and 275 different falls it is a monster with water cascades as far as the eye can see.
While only 25% of the Falls are located at the Brazilian side, from this side that we have the best views and a panoramic look at everything in a short walking distance.
At certain times of year, the falls are very busy, but as your private, licensed guide I can save you hours of standing in line buying tickets. And you won't be in a big bus with 50 other people.
Let's experience together this amazing place!
Make sure about VISA, to across the border.
Pick up at your hotel reception at the booked time.
Drive to Iguassu National Park where we will pay the park fee (not included as described on extra costs).
In the National Park we will ride for 10 Km in our own comfy car, where I'm going to inform you all about fauna, flora, history and we may have some wildlife watching experience.
Afterwards we will take our walking tour, about 3km for about 1h30min. The more we walk the better it gets. There is Waterfalls view all over the walking trail.
And we finish our tour driving back to the Hotel.
Yes!!!! That's right!!! It's about a 3km waterfalls long.
If you don't feel like taking steps up, the park provides a Panoramic Elevator for you!
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Airport, Hotel
End Point Options: Airport, Hotel
Duration: 4 hours
Can take longer in case of choosing an extra optional tour.
We will be in an air conditioned car.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
500 Reais - Entrance fee of National Park cost R$ 72.00 per person.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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My first time with Tours by Locals - and meeting Lilian. I was impressed by both. There is so much I like about TbL - especially being able to communicate directly with your potential tour guide. Lilian is a Brazilian with close knowledge of both the Brazilian and Argentinian side of the falls. She was prompt, experienced, fluent in English, and returned emails within 24 hours. Her own ongoing interest in, and love for, the falls was genuine and infectious. I'd recommend her without reservation!