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Iguassu Falls Extension

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Iguassu Falls Extension


  • Foz do Iguacu
  • Upper Falls Circuit
  • Devil's Throat
  • Sendero Yacaratia Trail
  • Iguassu River
  • Jacare Lagoon
  • Taquara Islands
  • Bananeira Trail
  • Itaipu Dam option


  • Visit the World's 2nd Largest Waterfall
  • Be surrounded by 260 degrees of waterfalls.
  • Visit both Brazilian and Argentinian sides of the falls. 
  • Black Pool Trail, Macuco Safari*
  • Gran Aventura Boat Tour
  • Devils' Throat

Itinerary at a Glance

  • DAY 1 Iguassu
  • DAY 2 Iguassu Falls / Argentinean Waterfalls / Gran Aventura Boat Tour
  • DAY 3 Black Pool Trail / Brazilian Falls
  • DAY 4 Iguassu

* Option for Itapu Dam Circuit instead of Black Pool Trail and Macuco Safari

Iguassu Falls Extension

Detailed Itinerary - 4 Days / 3 Nights Black Pool Trail

DAY 1 Iguassu

Arrive to Iguassu and transfer to the hotel. Check in and overnight at Hotel Loi Suites or similar.

DAY 2 Iguassu Falls / Argentinean Waterfalls / Gran Aventura Boat Tour

Visit the Argentinean side of Iguassu Falls, located 30 kms from downtown Foz, and 24 kms from Puerto Iguassu. Start at the Visitors Center to learn more about the importance of the biodiversity of the subtropical humid forest. Board a gas-propelled train to get to the catwalks overlooking the falls on the Upper Falls Circuit and the Devil's Throat. The walking tour takes place through the lower circuit catwalks for approximately 1 hour and the upper circuit catwalks for approximately 50 minutes. Once at the Devil's Throat Station, take a walking tour on a flat catwalk built over the Upper Iguassu River, with an extension of 1100 meters that leads to the balconies for an amazing panoramic view of this magnificent waterfall.

Finish your day with a guided boat tour. Your guide will lead you down the Sendero Yacaratia Trail as far as Puerto Macuco, on the banks of the Iguassu River, in order to board motor boats made specially for this type of navigation. We then leave to go up the rapids in the lower Iguassu River, for about 6 kilometers of rock and vegetation, up to 80 meters high, as far as the majestic Devil's Throat. Transfer back to the hotel and overnight.

DAY 3 Trilha Ecológica do índio Trail / Brazilian Falls

After breakfast, depart to the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls. Once at the Falls, the tour takes place over an easy-to-walk path of approximately 1,200 meters. At the end of the tour, we are presented with a panoramic view of the Falls, from a platform where we feel elated after an energizing bath tanks to the Floriano, Deodoro and Garganta do Diabo Falls. The tour ends on the upper part of the Falls, reached by a panoramic elevator. Depart for an easy boat tour. Going up the river in specially prepared boats to get to the base of Iguassu Falls and admire them closely. Whirlpools, waves, and currents provoked by the Falls add adrenaline and lots of emotions to this unforgettable tour.

After visiting the falls, walk through the Trilha Ecológica do Índio (Indigenous Ecological Trail) that leads to a canoeing base located on the riverbanks. Along the trail, you’ll receive information on the rainforest, biome, anthropology, and culture of the local area. Once we reach the canoe base, instructions will be given and equipment provided for a fun paddle on the Iguassu River via either kayaks or SUP (Stand Up Paddle) - a light and relaxing activity enabling silent approach to wildlife and enjoyment of the surrounding nature, waterfalls, rivers, and streams. During the journey you can see many native species in the flora and fauna. At the end there is waterfall where you can refresh yourself before returning to take a motorboat to the final point.

Board a comfortable outboard motored boat for a tour on the Upper Iguassu River to the Taquara Islands. Raft on double inflatable kayaks through the Taquara Islands for half an hour. Afterwards, get on the motor boat again to continue downstream the Iguassu River, passing the Papagaio Island to the Porto Bananeiras. Disembark and jeep ride through the Bananeira Trail.

The Upper Iguassu is located upstream from Iguassu Falls. In this region, the Iguassu River is very wide, with a width of up to 800 meters and rather shallow (approximately 1 meter deep at normal river level) with calm waters and a landscape totally different from the one in its lower part. During this tour we observe the exuberant flora of this type of forest highlighting a very impressive area dominated by a great concentration of palms. Apart from the ever present orchids, bromeliads, and cacti, we can also observe the jacaratia tree, the killer fig, and many others. With some luck we will observe animals like the capuchin monkey, the yellow-bellied cayman, and birds like the neotropic cormorant, the snail kite, the toco toucan, the plush-crested jay, and others. Transfer to the hotel and overnight.

DAY 4 Iguassu Falls

Breakfast. Transfer out to the airport.


Brazil Lodging


Loi Suites Iguazu Hotel

Luxury hotel built in the subtropical jungle of Iryapu, located just 15 minutes from the Iguassu Falls. This breathtaking hotel was built with extreme respect for nature, preserving native trees and most of the jungle.


Brazil Activities

At a Glance

We know you've chosen to travel with us for our wildlife emphasis, so we've included a wide variety of adventure activities designed to educate, inspire, and bring out the wonder in you. All of our activities are flexibly designed to accommodate different skill levels and interests, while exposing you to a variety of unique eco-systems in order to see the most amount of wildlife. And did we mention fun?

  • Iguassu Falls
  • Gran Aventura Boat Tour
  • Black Pool Trail (Optional)

Other Activities

Iguassu Falls

Explore both Brazilian and Argentinian sides, including the Upper Falls Circuit and Devil's throat, with walkways out into the river that offer spectacular panoramic views of the world's biggest falls.

Gran Aventura Boat Tour

Travel upstream navigating the rapids in specially-designed motor boats for an exciting view of Iguassu Falls from below, as far as the majestic Devil's Throat. Whirlpools, waves and currents provoked by the Falls add adrenaline and lots of emotions to this unforgettable experience.

Black Pool Trail (Optional)

This full day includes exploring the Subtropical Humid Forest by foot, bicycle, or electrical jeep, a visit to the Observation Tower overlooking the Jacare (caiman) Lagoon, a boat tour on the Upper Iguassu River (tranquil waters) to the Taquara (Reed) Islands, followed by rafting on double inflatable kayaks through the Taquara Islands, transferring to motor boats on the Iguassu River, to Papagaio (Parrots) Island and Porto Bananeiras for a special jeep ride on the Bananeira Trail. During this beautiful tour you'll have a chance to see the exuberant flora that surround the falls including ever present orchids, bromeliads as well as wildlife such as capuchin monkeys, yellow-bellied caimans, toco toucan and more. At the end of the day you will enjoy a panoramic view of the Falls, from a platform where we feel elated after an energizing bath thanks to the Floriano, Deodoro and Garganta do Diabo Falls. The tour ends on the upper part of the Falls, reached by a panoramic elevator.


Brazil Wildlife

Rare or Endangered Possible Sightings

Primates: Bare Ear Marmoset, Feline Night Monkey, Red-Nosed Bearded Saki Monkey, Emilae's marmoset
Other Animals: Harpy Eagle, Ocelot, Puma, Azara's Agouti, Punare, Colocolo

Likely Sightings

Primates: Gold & Black Howler Monkey, Black-Tailed Marmoset, Silvery marmoset, Emilia's Marmoset, Red-Handed Howler Monkey, Duski Titi, Brown Capuchin, White-whiskered spider monkey
Other Animals: Jaguar, Brazilian Tapir, South American Coati, Capybara Paca, Giant Anteater, Southern Tamandua (lesser anteater), Crab-Eating Fox, Pantanal Cat, Crab-Eating Raccoon, Tayra, Margay, Oncilla, Pampas Deer, Nine-Banded Long-Nosed Armadillo, Six-Banded Armadillo, Giant Armadillo, Hyacinth Macaw

Prolific Sightings

Wild Planet's wildlife eco-tours and safaris are designed for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. We take care to seek out wildlife that is rare, off the beaten path, and in greater numbers than you will see on conventional tours. Our expert naturalist and biologist guides will educate you in the field so your experience is intimate and unparalleled. Still, wildlife viewing can unpredictable and requires patience and sensory awareness.

Primates: Brown Capuchin Monkey, Black Howler Monkey, Duski Titi Monkey, White-Whiskered Spider Monkey
Other Animals: Giant Otter, Neotropical Otter, Black Caiman, Spectacled Caiman, Collared Peccary, White-Lipped Peccary, Marsh Deer, Red Brocket Deer, Brown Brocket Deer, Brazilian Rabbit, Brazilian Porcupine, Short-Tailed Possum


Brazil FAQ

Brazil Facts for Visitors


Brazil is located in Eastern South America, bordering the Atlantic Ocean.


Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world, with a total of 8,514,877 sq km


The official and most widely spoken language in Brazil is Portuguese. Other languages include Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, English, and a large number of minor Amerindian languages.


Roman Catholic 73.6%, Protestant 15.4%, Other 11%


The currency of Brazil is the Brazilian Real.

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