Description of the ride:
Moderate walk along 1,200 meters of extension. The path offers a panoramic view of the set of waterfalls that form the Iguazu Falls. Along the way, there are contemplation viewpoints that allow a closer view of some jumps. During the walk, it is possible to observe some species of the fauna and flora of the Park. At the end of the path, access to the Garganta del Diablo, the most dazzling of the falls, approximately 90 meters high.
The Falls are formed by the waters of the Iguazú River, which means “big water” in the Tupi-Guaraní language (and – “water”, “river” and guazú – “big”), which run, in the east-west direction , 1320 km to its mouth, in the city of Foz do Iguaçu, constituting the border with Argentina. The Iguazú River is born in the eastern part of the municipality of Curitiba, near the Serra do Mar, draining into the Paraná River, in the Plata Basin, 90 meters above sea level. The origin of the Falls dates from about 150 million years ago, with an average of 275 waterfalls. The average annual flow of the Iguazu River, in the area of the Iguazu Falls is 1,413 m³ / s, although in the month of greatest flow, in October, a volume of water of around 2,506 m³ / s; and in April, the month with the lowest flow, of 1,326 m³ / s
To appreciate the Iguazu Falls in all its magnitude, visit the Iguazu National Park in Argentina. The ride is different and complementary. Worth it. To cross the border, it is mandatory to have one of these documents in hand: Identity Card, Driver’s License or Passport. The entrance to the Argentine Park must be paid exclusively in Argentine Pesos.
Voluntary contribution to the Iguazú Tourism Development and Promotion Fund - Iguazú Fund: R $ 2.00
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Diariamente de las 9h a las 17h
Free: (approx. 2h) duration
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