The word excitement has multiple meanings in the region where Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina meet. Just the views of the Iguaçu Falls make any trip unforgettable, but for those wanting to go further than just enjoying the scenery, there are many options.
The Macuco Safari adventure allows tourists to get just a few meters away from the Iguaçu Falls. They will have the indescribable feeling of getting wet in the amazing waterfalls.
The trip is done with inflatable boats, which can each hold 25 people. Before arriving at the port, adventurers ride in an electric jeep and hike through the forest to the riverbank.
The adventure lasts an hour and a half and includes going through the waterfalls, with maneuvers that show the captains' skills.
There are even more exciting opportunities for tourists who want to enjoy experiences in the heart of Iguaçu National Park.
Poço Preto Trail: It is 9 km long, and can be walked or biked (conventional or electric). At the end of the route, a suspension bridge provides access to a rustic 500 meter trail, where a blockhouse that is 10 meters tall offers a panoramic view of the forest, especially Jacaré Lagoon. The return trip is via a twin-motor boat.
Porto Canoas: Just 20 minutes, that begins and ends at Porto Canoas, to see the upper part of the Falls.
From Porto Canoas it is also possible to access the Bananeiras Trail, the Poço Preto Terminal, Jacaré Lagoon and the Taquaras Archipelago, all of which offer different trips.
Another fun option is a 4 km boat ride down the Iguaçu River; there are four different trips available: two on calm waters and two on rapids. In the calmer areas, you can even swim in the river.
The start of the route is close to the Falls, on the Brazilian side, with a magnificent view of the falling water.
The rapids are considered average level (class III+), open to visitors aged 14 and over.
The rafting trip lasts 30 minutes, in boats with capacities ranging from 8 to 12 people.
The helicopter trip allows visitors to appreciate and photograph the attractions of Foz do Iguaçu from a very unique angle. This includes Iguaçu National Park and the Falls, of course.
Routes can also include the Tri-Point Border, the Tancredo Neves Bridge, which connects Brazil and Argentina, the Amizade Bridge (Brazil and Paraguay), Itaipu Lake and the power plant itself.
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