Description of the ride:
The Great Adventure combines the essence of the Lguazú National Park: the jungle and the falls in a single tour.
Starting from our Operational Center or from the Visitor Center, you will enter the jungle through the narrow Yacaratiá Trail in units designed for this particular environment. Bilingual guides (Spanish and English) will help interpret their natural and cultural wealth of the place.
This 5 km vehicular route culminates in the Puerto Macuco jungle base. After descending 100 meters you will arrive at the dock where you can board the boats with which you will go 6 km down the canyon of the Lower Iguazu River towards the area of waterfalls enjoying the rapid flow.
We will take you to the base of Salto Tres Musqueteros watching the set of Brazilian and Argentine jumps, with the Garganta del Diablo crowning the view of the canyon. Subsequently, you will reach the maximum point of emotion when facing the incomparable Salto San Martín, second in terms of size and the largest that a boat can approach.
After visiting these jumps, you will sail down the river 6 km, including 2 km of rapids, to dock at the Puerto Macuco jetty. From there you will climb more than 150 meters of steep stairs to the Macuco stop. You will return by land vehicle along the Yacaratiá trail to the offices near the Old Hotel Cataratas, where the excursion will end. Duration: 2:15 a.m.
Departures:from Central Office, from the Visitors Center. With reservations. Please check out our TimeTable and arrive 10 minutes before the service
Difficulty:150 meter staircase and 2km of white waters. Trip restricted to children under 12 years old, pregnant women, people with osteoporosis, neck, back conditions or surgery and any person with any physical, cognitive and/or sensorial disability unable to react in a nautical emergency in rapids of the lower Iguazú River.
PLANNING YOUR RIDE?
Protect all personal belongings by placing them inside waterproof bags specially designed and provided by our company, or they will get wet during our aproximation to the falls.
In addition, passengers will walk through over 150 meters of steep stairs, 2 km of rapids and will get completely wet with waterfalls.