After breakfast depart the hotel for an 8 hour tour to visit the Argentinean side of Iguassu Falls.
You take a train to the Upper Trail. From here you follow both the Upper and Lower Trails , about 2 hours. Along the way you may see brown capuchin monkeys, coatis and tropical birds flying along the falls.
To visit the Devil's Throat board the train at the Cataracts Station. Once at the Devil's Throat Station, you take a walking tour on a flat catwalk built over the Upper Iguassu River. Along the catwalk are balconies with amazing up-close views of the Devil’s Throat. It is a completely different perspective than looking at the falls from a distance on the Brazil side. (B)
Note: Canadian citizens are required to pay a reciprocity tax in order to enter Argentina.This reciprocity tax must be paid in advance online with a credit card. The current entry fee is $92USD per person.
Optional Tours on Brazil Side:
Macuco Safari: This tour begins with a drive through the forest in electric vehicles, accompanied by a guide who points out the flora and fauna. You then walk along a trail that leads to the waterfall, Salto Macuco. Along the trail are centennial forests, orchids and many plant species found only in the Atlantic Forest. Occasionally an animal may cross the path. Board a boat which will take you to the base of the falls close to the Devil’s Throat. Be prepared to get wet!
Helicoptor Over Iguassu Falls: Panoramic flights over the falls. 15 minute duration. A minimum of 3 people is required.
Optional tour at Argentinean Side:
Gran Adventure Argentinean Falls: Travel 8 km down the Sendero Yacaratiá Trail where you board motor boats that takes you up the rapids in the lower Iguassu River for a view of the Devil’s Throat.
Nautical Adventure Argentinean Falls: This adventure starts and ends at the Lower Circuit, located in front of the San Martin Island. The tour is made with powerful motorboats that pass through the Lower Canyon of the Iguassu River, around the island and ends at the Tes Mosqueteros Waterfall. You have amazing views of both the Brazilian and Argentinean sides of the falls, including the Devil’s Throat.