Adventure and indigenous tourism in the Iguazu Falls


Fortin Guarani village Mborore:

Guarani community which opens its doors to welcome tourists.

In a unique opportunity to get in touch with an ancient culture, the Guarani M’BYA Mbororé Fortin, open the doors of their community to reveal the secrets of the forest of Iguazu, their natural medicine, culture, songs, dances, crafts, philosophy of life and beliefs.
It is an opportunity to discover the Guarani the “Spirit of Trees”, a walk where you learn to walk inside the Forest guided by aboriginal experts.

Regular service with English speaking guide and permanent coordination.
The total journey lasts two hours. Recommendations: comfortable clothes, bring bug.
Departures: Monday to Saturday 9:00 am, 15 am and 16 pm Sunday:… 9:00 am

Great Adventure

An unforgettable journey through the jungle to the base of Salto Three Musketeers Brazilian and Argentine sighting waterfalls

The Big Adventure combines the essence of lguazú National Park: the jungle and the falls in a single run.
From our Operations Center or from the Visitors Center, you will enter into the forest along the narrow path Yacaratiá in units designed for this particular environment. Bilingual guides (Castilian and English) help you interpret its natural and cultural riches of the place.

This vehicular distance of 5 km ends in Puerto Macuco jungle basis. After descending 100 meters you will reach the dock where you can board passenger boats with which remontarás 6 km the Lower Iguazu River canyon toward the area enjoying rapid waterfalls flowing.

We will take you to the base of Salto Three Musketeers spotting the whole Brazilian falls and Argentine, with Garganta del Diablo crowning the view of the canyon. Later, you will reach the peak of emotion at the incomparable Salto San Martin, second in terms of size and greater than a boat can approach.

Finally we disembark at the dock located in front of San Martin Island where you’ll reintegrarte the system of walkways through the lower circuit.
Great Adventure can be done in reverse. That is, from the pier located opposite the Isla San Martin to the Visitor Center.

Nautical adventure

Walking the Lower Iguazu River Canyon and along the Isla San Martin accessing the foot of Salto Three Musketeers.
It is the most comprehensive tour of the three offered by the concessionaire. The Great Adventure tour starts at the Visitors Center, from there begins the journey in special vehicles by the Sendero Yacaratiá, that you can see the forest in all its splendor. After 5 km. we arrive at Puerto Macuco where rubber boats (boats) are taken to sail into the Iguazu River canyon.
From the boat breaks the Brazilian and Argentine side appreciated with panoramic views from the water are exciting.
The tour culminates with a breathtaking view of the Garganta del Diablo Salto and San Martin. Navigation landed at the port is opposite the island of St. Martin from where you enter the lower circuit.
The tour can be done in the reverse direction, ie from the jetty in front of the island of St. Maarten to Puerto Macuco and ending at the Visitor Center.
To consider:
Departures: Every hour from 8:45 until 15:45 from our Operations Center and from 10:00 until 17:00. starting from the lower circuit.
Duration of tour: One hour.
Difficulty: 150 meters of stairs and 2 Km whitewater.
+ Restricted to pregnant women and people with back problems or heart Paseo.
Store personal items in plastic bags provided by the company to avoid getting wet.


The Aripuca is a different ride in Puerto Iguazu. A place to visit and learn about the forest and its charms.

The Aripuca was dreamed, designed and built as a tribute to our Atlantic Forest. In what once it was and what remains of it now.
When visiting the park will meet a majestic building 500,000 kg of reclaimed wood, presented in a very particular way.
At a visit to La Aripuca you can also enjoy delicious ice cream mate and homemade jams, lunch at our unique restaurant, and you can also purchase unique crafts in wood, gems and handicrafts Guarani, accompanied with the warmth and good care of this family that awaits.
Schedules and information:
Hours are from 8:30 am to 18 pm. Everyday of the year.
Phone: (054) 3757 423488
Address: Route 12, km 4.5. Puerto Iguazú, Misiones, Argentina.

Ciudad del Este:

Ciudad del Este is the capital of the department of Alto Parana, Paraguay, located on the right bank of the Rio Parana.

Ciudad del Este is located opposite the cities of Puerto Iguazu (Argentina) and Foz do Iguazu (Brazil), attached to the latter by the International Friendship Bridge.
Shopping in Ciudad del Este
Ciudad del Este Paraguay is the second largest city, has a population of 375,000 inhabitants.
Ciudad del Este is the third zone Free Trade Tax largest in the world after Miami and Hong Kong. Many tourists come to the city for the sole reason of making purchases. There are several bus lines that connects Ciudad del Este and Puerto Iguazu and Foz do Iguacu.

To visit Ciudad del Este
– In Ciudad del Este accept pesos, Brazilian reais, dollars and euros.
– It is recommended not to carry valuables.
– It is advisable to arrive to Ciudad del Este with your own car. On the border often it takes much the formalities. Best reached by bus lines (bus). You can leave car in Foz.
– Remember that a lot of the products sold in that city are imitations or falsifications of original products.
– Some days of the week where the influx of buyers in big. This makes the border crossing delay, should find out what day it is quieter visit Ciudad del Este.
– There is a collective system to make the trip from Ciudad del Este, Foz and Puerto Iguazu.

Foz do Iguacu

(Foz do Iguaçu in Portuguese) is a town in Brazil located in the western end of the state of Paraná, on the border with Argentina and Paraguay.

The main sources of income of Foz do Iguazu are tourism and the production of electricity. The city is famous for its tourist attractions, which attract people from Brazil and the world. They include Iguazu Falls, the Itaipu hydroelectric dam-and where the Iguazu River has its mouth in the Parana known as the tri-border area.

Places to visit in Foz do Iguacu

Itaipu Hydroelectric Dam

The Itaipu Dam (the Guarani, “singing stone”), the first in size in operation in the world, is a binational undertaking between Brazil and Paraguay. It is located on the Parana River on the border between the two countries, in the city of Hernandarias, 14 km north of the Friendship Bridge. + See more Itaipu Dam

Hito Tres Fronteras, Foz

Guarani Woods Zoo

Located a few blocks from downtown, this park numerous species of trees and animals in the area are. Visit is a good way to learn about the flora and fauna of Iguazu. Free entrance.

Parque de las Aves

It is located in an area of ​​17 hectares of forest, near the Iguazu National Park. Visitors have the opportunity to enter these nurseries to learn about the life of birds. Besides them, alligators, anacondas, boas, marmosets and butterflies amaze visitors.

Hito Tres Fronteras

As the Argentine side, a few kilometers from the center of Foz is the Landmark of the Three Borders. From there you can see the junction of the Iguazu and Parana rivers and the coast of Paraguay and Argentina.


The Acquamania Aquatic Park with 20,000 m2, is the only attraction offering 8 slides, 7 swimming pools and large entertainment areas.

Puente de la amistad

The Friendship Bridge on the Parana River, connecting the cities of Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil and Ciudad del Este, Paraguay.
Source: Board of Tourism Foz do Iguacu


Provincial Park Jumping Moconá is enabled; like the water rides. They were suspended for several weeks due to the rising river by heavy rains in the area.
The Moconá Provincial Park is located within the Biosphere Reserve Yabotí ( “turtle” in Guarani), in the east central region of Misiones, in the municipality of San Pedro, about 337 kilometers from Posadas, capital of the province, occupying an area of ​​253,773 hectares.
At the heart of the park, Moconá form a unique spectacle in the world, due to a fault on the Uruguay River, between the mouths of streams and Yabotí Pepirí Guazú (Argentine side), and the Brazilian rivers and Serapião calixto.

Wanda mines, ruins of San Ignacio and Itaipu Dam.

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