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Arg Falls from Sheraton Htl

You will reach the Visitors Center of the Iguazú Argentinean National Park and walk approximately 400m until the central train station. The train has a capacity of 240 passengers and leaves to the Devil's Throat station every 30 minutes (from 8h30 till 17h00). 


Iguazú Falls are located between Brazil and Argentina, inside the Iguazú National Park. It was created in 1939 and has around 67000 hectares. The falls represent the main tourist attraction of Puerto Iguazú. There are two kinds of strolls next to the falls: the superior and the inferior one. The first one takes about 30 minutes and it is 700m long, from where you can see the San Martin island on the Brazilian side. The inferior one is 1,300m long, lasts about 1 to 2 hours and is from where you can have a nice view from the Devil's throat (Garganta do Diabo), another fall on the Brazilian side. 


Strolls Along The Yguazú River And Devil’s Throat: Over the falls, through an Yguazú river affluent, one can get by train to Puerto Canoas, situated 4 Km from the Visitors Center in the Yguazú National Park. From this point there is a new footbridge with 1.100 meters long that leads to the spectacle of the Devil’s Throat The walk tour over to the top of Devil’s Throat it’s about 1 hour and 30 minutes. 


Duration: approximately 4 hours. 

Departures: daily at 9h00.


The below mentioned rates are per person, including local guide. 

Since you will be entering in Argentina, Visa might be required. Please check in advance at the Argentinean Embassy in your country.