IGUAZU FALLS ARGENTINA AND BRAZIL
Situated between the Andes in the west and the southern Atlantic Ocean in the east and south, lies Argentina. It is the second largest country of South America after Brazil and the 8th largest country in the world.
Argentina offers some of the most dramatic landscapes on earth, from islands of penguin colonies to glaciers, high mountains and magnificent forests.
One of the top destinations in South America, is Iguazu falls - the most voluminous falls in the world and more than three times the width of Niagara falls. The Iguazu Falls stretch in width for 2.7 kilometres (or 1.7 miles). Their height varies between 60 metres (200 feet) and 82 metres (or 269 feet). During the rainy season of November to March, the rate of flow of water going over the falls may reach up to 450,000 cubic feet (12,750 cubic m) per second.
OverviewDay-1. Rio - Iguazu Day-2. Iguazu Falls - Brazilian Side Day-3. Iguazu Falls - Argentinean Side Day-4. Iguazu - Rio
When: All Year
Best: October to March
Tours: 4 Days
Day-1. Rio - IguazuTransfer to the airport for the flight to Iguazu. Arrival and transfer to your hotel.
Day-2. Iguazu Falls - Brazilian SideCross the border into Brazil for a full day excursion to appreciate a wider view of the falls. The falls lie on the three borders of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. The tour will include an exhilarating boat ride on the Parana River, heading towards the Iguazu falls themselves. Return to your hotel in Argentina
Day-3. Iguazu Falls - Argentinean SideA visit to the fabulous UNESCO World Heritage Iguazu falls, the most voluminous falls in the world and more than three times the width of the Niagara falls. The Argentinean side of Iguazu allows for a close appreciation. Set in a subtropical rain forest reserve of over 180,000 hectares, Iguazu is home to jaguar, puma, caiman and over 400 species of bird. Return to your hotel.
Day-4. Iguazu - RioAfter breakfast, transfer to the airport for the return flight to Rio.
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Price includesAirport transfers by private vehicle
Three four or five star hotels with breakfast
All sightseeing tours, entrance fees, guide, transportation
Guide, their wages, insurance and expenses
Price ExcludesInternational flights, departure taxes and any excess baggage charges.
Mandatory travel and medical insurance
Tips, baggage and porterage
Expenses of a personal nature such as bottled drinks, mineral water, morning and afternoon teas etc laundry etc.
Extra expenses and/of additional days caused due to unexpected events (such a flight delays, porterage because of land slides and other natural events.)
Entry Visa if applicable
Tips and gratuities
Single supplements if applicable
Easy add on to any tour
450,000 cubic feet (12,750 cubic m) per second of water
2.7 kilometres in length
Can be seen from Argentine or Brazil
Three times the width of Niagara falls
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