What is there to do on the side of Iguazu Falls Brazil?

Top Ways to See Iguacu Falls on the Brazilian Side

  • Hiking. Iguazu National Park on the Brazilian side of the falls offers a pair of hiking trails.
  • Boat Tours. There’s no better way to get a feel for the power of the falls than by taking a boat into the Devil’s Throat.
  • Helicopter Tours.

Which side of Iguazu Falls should I stay?

Because 70-80% of the falls are on the Argentinean side, you really can’t see the scale of them from the Argentinean side. On the Brazilian side, you see everything. Better Viewpoints: On the Brazilian side, the viewpoints are slightly better placed, and there are more of them.

How would you describe Iguazu Falls?

Spanning 2.7 kilometers, Iguazu Falls is made of 275 waterfalls or cataracts. To describe the Iguazu Falls without gushing superlatives is a futile exercise. With water cascades as far as the eye can see — some massive and powerful, some small and dainty — the Iguazu Falls are a shock to the system.

Can you stay at Iguazu Falls?

Staying inside the Iguazu National Park There is only 1 hotel on each side and they allow you to be totally immersed in the landscape of the Falls. Belmond Hotel das Cataratas (Brazilian side): The Belmond is a historic hotel located within the Iguaçu National Park. Rooms offer panoramic views of the Falls.

Can you see both sides of Iguazu Falls in one day?

Although one day is enough time for seeing the Iguazu Falls on the Argentinian and also on the Brazilian side, we do recommend doing them on separate days if you can. But by timing your day correctly, it is possible to see both sides of the falls on the same day.

Where in Brazil is Iguazu Falls?

Iguazu Falls

Iguazú Falls
Location Argentina: Misiones Province Brazil: Paraná State
Coordinates 25°41′12″S 54°26′41″WCoordinates: 25°41′12″S 54°26′41″W
Number of drops 275
Longest drop 82 metres (269 ft)

What is the relative location of Iguazu Falls?

Iguaçu Falls, “an ocean plunging into an abyss” on the border between Argentina and Brazil.

What is the best way to get to Iguazu Falls?

If you want to reach Iguazú Falls from Brazil, your best bet is to fly into Foz do Iguaçu International Airport (IGU) and visit both the Brazilian and Argentine side of the falls from there. The airport is only a 5-minute drive from the Brazilian side of the falls, and around 35 minutes away from the Argentine side.

How long should I stay at Iguazu Falls?

If you only plan to see Iguazu falls from one side I would recommend allocating at least two days. I do suggest, if it’s possible, visiting both countries to see both sides. Each side offers a very different perspective. If you plan on seeing both sides, stay for 3-4 days.

Can you cross border Iguazu Falls?

There are three borders in the Iguazú area which separate Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. The good news is that you can cross all the borders between them at any time of day or night because the immigration border opening hours are 24hrs a day.