Beholding Breathtaking Panoramic Views of the Iguazu Falls from the Brazilian Side
(private tour)

  • The Brazilian side offers majestic panoramic views of the beauty of the entire falls.

With 80% of the falls located on the Argentine side, only from the Brazilian side can you see almost all of them at once, in breathtaking panoramic views. This is because the Brazilian footbridge lies across the river from the falls, offering a unique perspective and epic panoramic views which makes the Brazilian side different and absolutely complementary to what you get from the Argentinean side.

Access to the Brazilian side of the falls is through a 0.75 mile (1100 meters) footbridge. This unique backdrop of the Brazilian side is made even more engaging and beautiful by the occasional rainbow formed by the mist that ascends from the powerful water splash at the bottom.

Along the footbridge, we’ll get close enough to the falls to get sprayed by its mist, while listening to the thunderous roar as they crash down into the water below. We’ll also be able to visit a panoramic balcony, located at the very edge of a cliff. From this viewpoint, we’ll be standing right above a section of the falls, allowing us to see the water fall off the precipice right below! From this vantage point, we’ll also be gazing out at the “Garganta del Diablo” (The Devil’s Throat) from a distance, as well as taking in the majestic panoramic views of the beauty of the entire falls.

Since you’ll be doing this tour with your own private vehicle and guide, you’ll be able to enjoy each attraction at your own pace; making all of the stops you want while enjoying personalized assistance and care from your expert guide. You’ll also enjoy more convenient and faster transfers from and to your hotel, as there will be no other travelers to pick up or drop off at other hotels.

Difficulty: easy.

Duration: half day (approximately 3 hours from the time you leave your hotel until you return).

Guide: private guide.

Vehicle: private vehicle.

Includes: entrance ticket to Iguaçu National Park.