Welcome to National Park Iguazu!
The Visitor Center is a space to discover the native natural wealth and learn about all the wonderful things that the Park has to offer in addition to the Falls. Check map of Iguazu National Park
ECOLOGICAL TRAIN OF THE JUNGLE
By the jungle
Boarding the Train is an adventure in itself, with wagons completely open to the natural environment that surrounds you, to awaken all your senses and experience intense emotions.
It is a walk through the jungle to breathe its aromas, feel its refreshing breeze, come into contact with a variety of colored butterflies and listen to the sounds of the jungle.
Reach up to
the entrance of the three main walks: Paseo Inferior, Paseo Superior and Garganta del Diablo.
It circulates at low speed, thus respecting the rhythm of nature.
They are electric or LPG fueled (liquefied petroleum gas) due to their lower impact on the environment.
It is adapted to transport wheelchairs and baby strollers.
No extra cost
The entrance fee to the Park includes the tickets to board the Train.
to the natural universe of waterfalls and jungle
It is a short walk through the jungle that allows you to connect with nature. You can find magpies, toucans, monkeys, coatis and even alligators resting in the sun.
A variety of native flora species inhabit the Sendero Verde: trees, lianas, shrubs and camalotes. Every corner of the Park hides ecosystems full of life and beauty to marvel at and live intensely what surrounds you.
Average Travel time
Length: 650 meters. Flat trail, no difficulties. tree covered, cool
The Service Courtyard with the Cataratas Station.
A unique natural universe
to connect with oneself
and with the environment
The Lower Walk leads through walkways in the middle of the jungle, to experience nature up close. Various species of butterflies, birds and coatis accompany you in this discovery of waterfalls.
A mighty blanket of water unfolds a few meters from its viewpoint, to refresh the visitor. The most sought after of the Paseo Inferior, this jump leaves the best photographs immersed in the Paraná jungle.
A waterfall with a long fall has its own balcony to be close to the waterfall and feel its breeze through the jungle and the rainbows that are formed.
ALVAR NÚÑEZ FALLS
With two viewpoints to see the jump from the front and from above, the Alvar Núñez waterfall is completely surrounded by vegetation, to connect with the Misiones jungle.
FALLS BOY ALFEREZ
Hidden among the bushes, the Chico Alférez jump has its own magic, its own charm. Every corner of the Park hides its secrets to discover and experience intense emotions.
TWO SISTERS FALLS
Two similar waterfalls flow into a transparent natural pool. The Dos Hermanas waterfall is one of the most famous in the Park, with its rest area to take a break and enjoy its rainbow landscape.
Average Travel time
1 hour. 30 min
Length 1700m. Path of walkways between the vegetation with different viewpoints and breaks that allow you to approach the falls
90% via walkways, with some stairs
A visual journey from
the top of the waterfalls
A path that opens through walkways to enjoy a unique natural environment made up of rainbows, butterflies, waterfall swifts and toucans. The best panoramas to keep in memory forever, the most incredible postcards.
Each view is unique, and the vegetation and waterfalls are part of a dreamlike landscape. On the Paseo Superior you can enjoy the Mbiguá, Adán y Eva or Bossetti waterfalls from above, to reach the viewpoint of the second largest waterfall in the Park: Salto San Martín.
Its abundant flow flows into a rocky landscape dense with vegetation. All framed in rainbows that form in its mists.
TWO SISTERS JUMP
Two waterfalls very similar to each other that flow into a natural pool of transparent water. The viewpoint of the Dos Hermanas waterfall on the Paseo Superior, allows you to see its falls from above in a landscape of jungle panoramas.
BOY ALFEREZ FALLS
The Chico Alférez waterfall can also be seen from its vantage point, hidden above the walkways.
ADAM AND EVE FALLS
Two waterfalls that bear the names of the first inhabitants of paradise, in a unique natural environment.
The panoramic view of the Mbiguá waterfall viewpoint is one of the most photographed: from its balcony you can also see San Martín Island and the waterfall of the same name, waterfall swifts, rainbows and birds that live in the branches of the trees.
SAN MARTIN FALLS
The San Martín waterfall is the second largest in the Park. The golden closing of this walk through the top of the falls: abundant, mighty, its balcony is the protagonist of the best postcards from above.
AVERAGE TRAVEL TIME
100% through tree-lined walkways
A rough and friendly road in the middle of the jungle,
framed by native flora and fauna
Delve into the Misiones jungle and breathe the freshness of its vegetation. A path to fully enjoy with all the senses: the silence, the fresh air, the varieties of butterflies, the hundreds of species of birds that unfold in their colors and sounds, and the typical mammals that inhabit this path, such as the cai monkey. that lives in the treetops. The Macuco Trail ends at Salto Arrechea, a natural well of transparent water.
It has a 23-meter-high fall that flows into a natural pool of transparent water framed by rocks. It is the only access to this jump.
Opening subject to weather.
From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
AVERAGE TRAVEL TIME
Length: 7000 meters.
Rugged, flat road, without services
The water fall Devil’s throat
most impressive and majestic of the Park
The Tour to Garganta del Diablo begins aboard the Train, with open-air wagons to breathe the jungle environment and make contact with countless butterflies that fly over it, in a landscape made up of jungle and river.
A walk full of emotion where little by little you hear a roar that fills you with emotion, when you discover for the first time the most impressive and majestic waterfall in the Park, with more than 80 meters high and its abundant flow
Coatis, toucans, magpies, waterfall swifts, turtles, agoutis, jotes, lizards, biguás and benteveos… They all coexist in a unique natural universe, to marvel through walkways over the Upper Iguazú River, which take you to the mist and the unique energy of the Devil’s Throat.
The emotion leaves travelers from all over the world speechless.
DEVIL’S THROAT BALCONY
Jumps of more than 150 meters in length with a fall of more than 80 meters in height (like a 30-story building). The fall flows in the shape of a horseshoe and has an average flow of 1,500 cubic meters per second (enough to fill 36 Olympic swimming pools in just 1 minute). This huge body of water moves visitors from all over the world.
AVERAGE TRAVEL TIME
Length 2,200 meters (round trip) 100% accessibility through footbridges
HOW TO GET
You can board the Jungle Ecological Train or take the tour on foot