Iguazu Falls Brasilian Side

Iguazu falls Brasil sideA popular saying states that in the spectacle of the Iguazu Falls  is on Brazilian stage where you will be a privileged audience.

Without doubt the scenic obtained from the Brazilian side is excellent. From the viewpoints and walkways of Iguazu National Park you can enjoy a view of almost all the falls. Besides impressive an approach to the Garganta del Diablo.

Brazilian side is a single gateway, in one sense, it can be done without difficulty, it ends on the veranda of the Garganta del Diablo, then you can access the parking lot and the bus stop by an elevator Panoramic.

Schedules Iguazu National Park (Brazil) are:
Summer: Monday to Sunday: from 09 to 18. 00 h. (From October 1 to March 31).
Winter: Monday to Sunday: 09:00 to 17:00 hs. (From April 1 to September 30).
The Brazilian side of the falls are front and grandeur entirely by the geographical location of the Iguassu National Park, which arrived by car from the city of Puerto Iguazu.
The Iguazu National Park is great from where you look and, like Argentina, is located in the heart of this green jungle so thick where palm trees, vines, bamboo and ivy are common and form a dense almost impenetrable.

The Iguaçu National Park in Brazil, was declared by UNESCO in 1986 Natural Heritage, which practically coincided with the same statement the Argentine side, in this case under the nomination of Iguazu National Park.

The area visitors can learn consists of a single circuit of walkways that are facing the falls. That is why it is said that the falls are so wide. The scenic view gateways offer is really impressive.
This circuit gateways measures about 1,200 meters, with ups and downs that invite visitors to walk over and over again to different points from which you can watch what happens on the river and on the other side, where the various gateways are appreciated (Argentine side) that give the feeling of being introduced into the falls themselves.

As we walked toward the end of the route, from where you can appreciate the immensity of the water that falls in the famous Garganta del Diablo, our hearts beat harder and harder. It is that the sensation of feeling the roar of the river when it falls flat and crashes into the background is unmatched.
To do this, our Brazilian colleagues have not had a better idea than installing a lift from whose glazed windows you can enjoy the majesty of the falls.

It is a wise harmony that reveals, in all around the park, progress and order may accompany perfect way to Mother Nature.

Iguazu Falls Brazil side – Travel information visit the Brazilian side

Falls on the Brazilian side are located at 28 km. city ​​of Foz do Iguazu. From this city you can access the park with own transport, private tours or by the public bus that has multiple frequencies each time.

Iguazu Falls – Tour Desk

Brazil Iguazu Park Access

Access to the park is given through the Visitor Centre located in an area outside the reserve, with 108 000 m2 of land, with 4,000 m2 of built area and cover about 50,000 m2 parking with a capacity for 170 buses, 20 676 vans and small vehicles. The Visitor Centre has two platforms, one internal and one external, for raising and lowering of visitors.

Visit Iguazu National Park

Iguazu National Park, Brazil
Transport visitors to the park has an 8 modern panoramic buses, double-deck, with capacity for 72 passengers seated. The top is fully open to allow greater interaction between visitors and the environment and a wider range of wildlife along the way to view the falls.

More Attractions Iguazu National Park (Brazil):

Falls trail

Access trails start at the Iguazu falls mirante faces of Iguazu Hotel and spread over 1,200m on the right bank of the River Iguaçu.

Along the way, you can see different angles of the waterfalls up to the catwalks that take tourists up right near the Garganta del Diablo. As if they were facing a big orchestra, visitors are amazed by the sound coming from the water and discover the privileged to witness this magnificent spectacle of nature.

Path “Poso Black”

A 9km path, on foot or by bicycle, accompanied by bilingual guides as the fauna and flora of Iguaçu National Park is appreciated. Duration: half day with departures every hour.

Banana trail

Trail 2 km. accompanied by bilingual guides, past lagoons where birds can be seen aquatic habits. Duration: 2:30 hours with departures every 30 minutes.

Across the river are the waterfalls on the Brazilian side. They are the same, because nature has no nationalities, but from the Brazilian side of the falls can be seen differently.

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