Escursioni a Iguazu - Full Day Cataratas Argentina con Aventura Nautica
Escursioni a Iguazu: Face the power of the mighty Iguazu waterfalls from every angle, including a boat, with this awe-inspiring tour of one of nature’s most spectacular creations that includes an exhilarating jungle adventure. There are two trekking circuits to follow with an unforgettable boat ride and your adventure begins with a ride though the lush rainforest on the famous Green Train.
Travel the Yacaratia trail by truck and reach the Iguazu River where you begin a 6km long cruise towards San Martin Waterfall. It is the second largest cascade in the falls and the largest a boat can safely face. The Green Train journey lasts about 8 minutes and at the end you will walk the Green Trail leading at the beginning of the path towards the upper and lower circuits.
The upper circuit features 800 meters of walkways raised above the jungle surface so as to protect the fauna by preventing disruption of their natural trails. The highlight of this one-hour tour is the magnificent panoramic view of the upper falls. Be sure to bring your camera as there are few views in the world to match this sight.
The two-hour lower circuit tour covers 1,600 meters of catwalks, also detached from the jungle's surface. Enjoy a view from below and around the falls, looking up as the gallons of water crash to the floor around you. This trail provides a unique experience of feeling a part of the natural surroundings, watching and sensing their magnitude from close by.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel collection.
Start or opening time: 8am.
End or closing time: 6pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Others: Children under 12 are not allowed.

Escursioni a Iguazu - Full Day Cataratas Argentina con Gran Aventura
Escursioni a Iguazu: Face the power of the mighty Iguazu waterfalls from every angle, including a boat, with this awe-inspiring tour of one of nature’s most spectacular creations that includes an exhilarating jungle adventure. There are two trekking circuits to follow with an unforgettable boat ride and your adventure begins with a ride though the lush rainforest on the famous Green Train.
Travel the Yacaratia trail by truck and reach the Iguazu River where you begin a 6km long cruise towards San Martin Waterfall. It is the second largest cascade in the falls and the largest a boat can safely face. The Green Train journey lasts about 8 minutes and at the end you will walk the Green Trail leading at the beginning of the path towards the upper and lower circuits.
The upper circuit features 800 meters of walkways raised above the jungle surface so as to protect the fauna by preventing disruption of their natural trails. The highlight of this one-hour tour is the magnificent panoramic view of the upper falls. Be sure to bring your camera as there are few views in the world to match this sight.
The two-hour lower circuit tour covers 1,600 meters of catwalks, also detached from the jungle's surface. Enjoy a view from below and around the falls, looking up as the gallons of water crash to the floor around you. This trail provides a unique experience of feeling a part of the natural surroundings, watching and sensing their magnitude from close by.
Meeting/pick-up point: hotel Lobby.
Start/opening time: 8am.
End/closing time: 6pm.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Others: at Great Adventure children under 12 are not allowed.

Escursioni a Iguazu - Full Day at San Ignacio Ruins and Wanda Mines
Escursioni a Iguazu: Make your way to the lost world of the Mission of San Ignacio and familiarise yourself the ruins of this Jesuit outpost in Argentina’s far north.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Come face to face with a painful past that many like to sweep under the rug
* Meander around the magnificent mines of Wanda
* Set your eyes on a stunning collection of semi-precious stones
The highlight of this truth telling tour is by far the ruined mission of San Ignacio Mini, which together with three other missions and one across the border in Brazil make up a Unesco World Heritage Site. It was originally built solely as a refuge by the Guarani people and for the Guarani people to protect them from slave traders. Dating back to around 400 years ago when slave masters would kidnap them and sell them to Portuguese colonial plantations (a harrowing tale told in the Oscar-winning movie: The Mission). The facade of the temple was made entirely with pink sandstone in 1610 and later rebuilt by a group of scientists with an American Baroque design. It had to be restored back to its former glory due to the fact it was buried in the jungle for almost two centuries. Monuments Foundation donated $50,000 to achieve that goal and bit by bit, all the walls of this monument shone like they used to do.
Wander around this haunting complex and learn all about its history, which came to an end in 1817 when the very natives it was built to protect destroyed it a few decades after the Jesuits had abandoned it.
The tour then winds its way along to Minas de Wanda, which finds itself 25 miles away from Puerto Iguazu. At Wanda mines, learn all about this dazzling natural resource, which was discovered back in 1976. Check out the sparkling array of semi-precious stones such as agate, amethyst, aragonite, citrine, rhodochrosite and topaz. Wanda was actually the name of a Polish princess who adored gems which is where the name came from. Above all, what makes Wanda caves stand out is the fact that its open sky!
Last but not least, there will be a special stop to learn about the area’s main crop of this area: yerba mate. Visit a yerba mate dry mill where leaves are dried and broken up so that they can become Argentina’s favourite infusion.
Meeting/pick-up point: hotel Lobby.
Duration: 10 to 11 hours.
Start/opening time: 8am.
End/closing time: At 7pm.
Languages: English and Spanish.

Escursioni a Iguazu - Helicopter Ride over Brazilian Iguazu Falls
Escursioni a Iguazu: The Brazilian Iguazu National Park offers new facilities for you to enjoy during the tour.
Upon arrival at the Visitors Center, we'll get on the panoramic buses that begin the tour of the park. After a while we'll get of the bus to start walking the paths.
From the first balcony we'll meet a panoramic view of the Argentinean falls. Then after 950 meters with stunning views over the Iguazu river we'll get to the falls on the Brazilian side.
The walkway entering the river next to the Floriano fall gives the visitor a refreshing reception and a gorgeous panoramic view of the lower Iguazu river and the Devil’s gorge Canyon. The elevator and the stairs lead to the shopping and restaurant area upstairs.
Some degree of difficulty, the path includes many stairs.
Iguazú Falls Helicopter overflight: the light lasts approximately 10 minutes. You can enjoy a fascinating aerial view of the falls framed by lush vegetation. This is an unique way to see the allows the immensity of the falls and its greatness, and the particularities of a unique geological formation.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel from downtown Puerto Iguazú.
Duration: 6 hours approximately.
Start/opening time: Every day of the week, all year long. The passengers can choose the pick up time as the tour is private.
End/closing time: Depends on the pick up time the passenger has chosen.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Others: The Helicopter flight can only be taken with the private Brazilian Iguazu Falls Tour. The minimum required for every Helicopter flight is 3 passengers and the maximum is 4; if there are two or less passengers, they can wait to take the tour with other people. This flight won't be operating if it's raining. Children under 4 years are free (they have to travel on their parents lap). Children 4 years or more have to pay the adult rate. Please check if your nationality requires you to have a VISA for entering Brazil.

Disponibile fino al 30 Dicembre 2017
Escursioni a Iguazu - Iguassu National Park and Itaipu Hydroelectric Dam tour
Escursioni a Iguazu: The tour starts at the Visitors Center, to introduce the Park. Then, you will be inside the National Park. Here we will do the walking tour along the boardwalk. Along this easy trek, there are several gorgeous panoramic views of the Falls and at the end of the catwalk you get a fantastic close-up view of the Devils’ Throat and main waterfalls.
In order to visit the Devil’s Throat, you must board the train at the Main Station or at the Cataratas Station, close to the Upper Circuit. For those who love trekking there is the one-kilometer-long Sendero Verde (Green Trail) that connects the Visitors Center to the Cataratas Station and to the Upper Circuit.
Then we will visit the Itaipu Hydroelectric Dam. It's the largest operation in the world and a bi-national enterprise developed by Brazil and Paraguay on the Paraná River. The dam is responsible for supplying 90% of the energy consumed in Paraguay and 25% of all the demand in the Brazilian market.
As a work of engineering the dam was elected by the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Duration: 8 hours.
Start/opening time: At 7:30am.
Others: Please note that some hotels are not included in the pick-up route, if this is the case we will contact you to arrange a suitable pick up location.
Entrance fee to Iguassu National Park and Itaipu Hydroelectric Dam not included.

Escursioni a Iguazu - Iguazú Bike Tour to the Yaguareté Road
Escursioni a Iguazu: Enjoy a fantastic bike trip from the inside of the Iguazú National Park to the Yaguareté Road, an exclusive adventure tour for bike nature lovers. The excursion starts with your centrally located Puerto Iguazú hotel pick up. After a few kilometers to the Argentinean side of the Iguazú Park, you will reach a meeting point where the Trek Mountain Bike 24-speed is waiting to be ridden.
This ride takes place exclusively in the Iguazú National Park biking through a gravel road and it is the wildest bike tour that can be done in the area. While traveling a path that belongs to the Iguazú National Park, passengers will feel a real sense of being in the jungle. The idea is to start early to increase the chances of seeing small mammals, birds and butterflies; and make interpretation of the environment and its care. The tour starts at the Gendarmerie Station on National Route 101 and you will be able to pedal for 4 hours in a natural rainforest, doing stops to observe the flora and fauna and to listen to your professional guide. Depending on the physical aptitude of the group, you will travel between 10km and 40km.
At the end of the tour, you will enjoy a breakfast or an afternoon snack.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pickup available from most centrally located Puerto Iguazu hotels.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: Summer - at 5am. Winter - at 7:30am.
End/closing time: Summer - at 9am. Winter - at 11:30am.
Opening days/period: Daily.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Min. Age: 7 years old or 1.2 meters high.
Others: You should bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, insect repellent and a jacket during winter months, and wear comfortable clothing. Breakfast included.

Escursioni a Iguazu - Iguazú Bike Tour to the Yaguarundi Road
Escursioni a Iguazu: Enjoy a magnific bike trip from the inside of the Iguazú National Park to the Yaguarindí Road. This in an exclusive adventure tour for bike and nature lovers.
The excursion starts with your centrally located Puerto Iguazú hotel pick up. After a few kilometers to the Argentinean side of the Iguazú Park, there will be a meeting point where a Trek Mountain Bike 24-speed, a helmet and special lanterns will be given to you.
You will be able to pedal for 2 hours in the natural forest reserve Iryapú. There you can have active contact with the natural environment around you, know a native reserve of Guaranies, a possibility of observation of birds, insects and small animals and you will feel the adrenaline in pending endless.
This tour takes place in the area of 600 hectares of Iryapú forest, covering an area of hotels and Mbyá Guaraní communities with paved roads and trails of red earth.
The idea is to bike in a space surrounded by nature making interpretation of the environment, discovering different types of insects, birds, amphibians and reptiles. You can also visit one of the Mbya Guarani local communities and appreciate their crafts.
The tour was designed to approach the native environment without invading the living nature of the place. The bikes are a special way of transportation that allows tourists to appreciate the ecosystem in its natural state.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pickup is available from most central Puerto Iguazu hotels.
Duration: 2 hours.
Start/opening time: Summer: 6:30am or 6pm. Winter: 9am or 4pm.
End/closing time: Summer: 8:30am or 8pm. Winter: 11am or 6pm.
Opening days/period: Daily.
Languages: Spanish/English.
Min. Age: 7 years old or 1.2 meters high.
Others: You should bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, insect repellent and a jacket during winter months.

Disponibile fino al 30 Dicembre 2017 quindi da 1 Luglio 2018
Escursioni a Iguazu - Iguazu Falls from Sheraton - Private
Escursioni a Iguazu: Face the power of the mighty Iguazu waterfalls from every angle with this awe-inspiring tour of one of nature’s most spectacular creations that includes an exhilarating jungle adventure. There are two trekking circuits to follow as your adventure begins with a ride though the lush rainforest on the famous Green Train.
The Green Train journey lasts about 8 minutes and at the end you will walk the Green Trail leading at the beginning of the path towards the upper and lower circuits.
The upper circuit features 800 meters of walkways raised above the jungle surface so as to protect the fauna by preventing disruption of their natural trails. The highlight of this one-hour tour is the magnificent panoramic view of the upper falls. Be sure to bring your camera as there are few views in the world to match this sight.
The two-hour lower circuit tour covers 1,600 meters of catwalks, also detached from the jungle's surface. Enjoy a view from below and around the falls, looking up as the gallons of water crash to the floor around you. This trail provides a unique experience of feeling a part of the natural surroundings, watching and sensing their magnitude from close by.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel collection.
Start/opening time: 8am.
End/closing time: 6pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.

Escursioni a Iguazu - Iguazu Forest
Escursioni a Iguazu: Forest Falls is a series of adventure activities to be undertaken in one of the most impressive places of Argentina: Jungle Mission. We will place on the banks of the Parana River, just 7 km from the city of Iguazu and 15 Km. from the Iguazu Falls.
The enviable and natural topography makes it an ecological estate, where nature has designed a heavenly site, which helps the visitor find relaxation, pleasure and admiration for the jungle, prompting him to practice the following activities:
Rappelat Waterfall: The protagonist enjoys Rappeling to descend canyons stones, among waterfalls and vegetation. After descending several meters always assisted by highly qualified instructors who are responsible for the safety of visitors is tactically located the platform will allow them to take a dip in the natural pool formed by the jump. During the winter, the Rappel is dry on the side of the jump on the wall of basalt rock.
Trekking: Walking through narrow paths carpeted with fallen leaves, herbaceous ferns, philodendrons, vines, carnations air, lichens and mosses. Species diversity is striking thanks to its colorful inflorescences, accompanied by permanent chirping of birds.
Canoping: Visitor half bird, half man to move between the tops of the most important trees of the forest feel. The activity is slipping from tree to tree, hanging from a harness to steel cables to two points, strategically subjects with biocompatible elements without damaging the trees peel and as a single link, wooden platforms clinging to the thick, old trees. The total distance is 800 meters divided into 3 stages. From the heights of the forest biome is appreciated.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel in downtown Puerto Iguazu
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: Every day of the week, all year long at 7:30/8am and at 1:30/2pm.
End/closing time: At 11:30/12pm and at 5:30/6pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Others: Children under 7 years cannot do this tour. Children 7 years or more have to pay the adult rate.

Escursioni a Iguazu - Iriapu Aboriginal Village Tour - Private
Escursioni a Iguazu: Live a unique and unforgettable experience discovering the Guarani culture with a private tour that immerses you in the traditions and lifestyle of the indigenous village of Iriapú.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Fascinating cultural tour to Iriapú
* Admire intricate artisan creations
* Includes transfers
At the start of the walk you’ll come across a sign that reads in Guarani "Aguije Go" which means “welcome”, and another word that says "Tekoa" meaning “community”. Receive a warm welcome from the indigenous community of Iriapú located in the middle of the forest, and get to know their way of life in nature first-hand.
Appreciate their close relation with art through artisan creations such as necklaces, baskets or sculptures amongst many other things. You can also learn about certain aspects of their culture, such as social organisation and the importance of agriculture in their economy.
Although the Guarani population has decreased considerably, today they still have a strong presence in Paraguay and the regions bordering Argentina and Brazil, holding on to their traditions and language. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to immerse yourself their culture accompanied by a friendly local guide.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up is available from most centrally located Puerto Iguazu hotels.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: At 8am or 2pm.
End/closing time: At 12pm or 6pm.
Languages: Spanish/English.
Opening days/period: Daily departures.
Others: You should bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, insect repellent and a jacket during winter months.

Escursioni a Iguazu - San Ignacio Ruins and Wanda Mines
Escursioni a Iguazu: Among the thick missionary jungle reliefs from the Reduction of San Ignacio ruins, the remains of a civilization designed by Jesuits and constructed by Guarani hands that stood out for its efficiency nearly 400 years ago. They are a testimony of that effort and for that reason should be cared. The facade of the temple was made entirely with pink sandstone in 1610 and was rebuilt by a group of scientists for the past century with a American Baroque design. The degradation happened because the reduction had been buried in the jungle for nearly two centuries.
Thousands of tourists visit it every year. It is located in the center of San Ignacio town, on 12 route to 60 kilometers from Posadas. The right wall of the temple today looks flawless, since the summer when a group of specialists was grooming it. This was possible because the World Monuments Foundation donated $ 50,000 for that objective, and step by step, all the walls of this monument blink once more. Due to the tropical climate of the region the walls tend to be covered with small microorganisms that decompose it and make them stop shining.
Meeting/pick-up point: Puerto Iguazu hotels.
Duration: 10 hours.
Start/opening time: Wednesdays and Saturdays. Please call the supplier to confirm the start time.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Others: Please bring your lunch with you. Doesn´t include San Ignacio Ruins and Wanda Mines entrances.

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