Foz do Iguacu

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  Foz do Iguacu- Iguacu Waterfalls

The Iguassu Falls, in the city of Foz Do Iguassu, can see that there nothing the same in size or beauty. Located in the heart of the National Park of Iguassu, 185 thousand hectares, the falls are formed by 275 falls, some more than 70 meters high, that have an enormous flowing off and show the grandiosity of nature before the man.

    The beauty of the park deserves the title of a World Heritge Site, given by the UNESCO. Go by on a boat ride less than five meters from the falls or walk along the platforms that cross the waterfalls are some of the ways to admire the marvels of the place.

   With so much nature around, Iguassu is a paradise for the travellers who want to practice ecology tourism. Besides observing the waterfalls, the city offers alternatives for othes sports like rafting, rappel, tree climbing and walks along the open trails in the middle of the forest.

    Even though it is impossible to think of Iguassu without immediately remembering the famous waterfalls, the city has others options of urban leisure equally interesting. Even though the majority of the tourist travel to the region with the intention of getting to know those that are considered to be the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, there are various options for walks outside of the park.

   One of then is the Bird Park (Parque das Aves), an attraction that can not be missed, where various species of birds live in enormous nurseries. Even after being charmed by the marvel of the falls, and if some are interested in seeing a little bit more of the water, it is worth while visiting the Itaipu Dam, the world's largest hydroeletric.

   Developed by the brazilian and paraguayan government, the dam supplies 80% of the energy consumed in Paraguay and even distribute a good part of the energy that is used in the southern and south-eastern parts of Brazil.


Macuco Safari

   The big adventure begins at the Macuco Safari entrance gates, located at kilometer 25 of the Cataratas Highway inside the Iguassu National Park, with embarkation in open jeep-towed wagons that permit an unobstructed view of the scenery along the trail. During the stretch of three kilometers through the jungle, multi-lingual guides point out examples of the flora and fauna of the Park.

   Orchids, palm trees, bromeliads, centenaria trees, as well as wild animals that occasionally cross the trail are pointed out by the guides.

   The hike - The second stage, a stretch of 600 meters (optional), is a hike on a trail that leads to a waterfall baptized "Macuco Falls". The waterfall - perfect for a refreshing dip on days of intense heat - spills down from a height of approximately 20 meters. Access is via a stairway carved into the ancient rock. The last stop is the Macuco Safari docks on the Brazilian side of the Iguassu River

  In the water, inflatable bi-motor boats, constructed to withstand the rigors of the excursion, are secure and efficient vessels. Before embarkation, passengers receive life-vests and plastic containers in which to protect photographic and filming equipment. The boat travels up-river passing the canyon facing the rapids at a speed that permits the appreciation of the scenery.

   Rocks, animals and a lot of greenery completes the scenery until the base of the Falls is reached, next to the "great horseshoe" know as the "Devil's Throat".

   Waterfall shower - Rainbows, blue sky, mist and water in profusion, punctuate the spectacle that has as its high-point the area of the Falls baptized "The Three Musketeers". There the captain manuvers the boat in order to get close enough to provide the passengers with a quick and refreshing shower. Since at the end of the fun everyone normally ends-up wet, the passengers more sensitive to cold should not dispense with extra clothes to use after the boat excursion.

  Another important detail: use comfortable shoes and clothes.


  Rafting through the rapids of the Iguassu River. The tourist that visits the Iguassu National Park, can now count on a new attraction - an optional adventure that complements the already renowned Macuco Safari Boat Excursion..

   With a duration of 30 minutes, the descent through the rapids is made in inflatable boats propelled by oars and captained by licensed professionals associated with the Brazilian Confederation of Canoeing. The Ilha do Sol Travel Agency has initiated the activity with two small boats, one with a capacity for eight people and the guide/captain, and another with a capacity for 12 people and the guide/captain. The rafting portion is optional. Visitors who take the Macuco Safari Excursion are not required to make the descent through the rapids.

   The visitor who opts for the rafting descent, is instructed by the coordinators of the operation while still on the docks. There they receive all the necessary equipment (special life-jackets which differ from the model utilized on the regular Macuco Safari boats, and a helmet). Following this, the passenger embarks on the conventional boats and takes the normal route, including the baptism in the Three Musketeers Falls.
On the return trip, in a calmer area near San Martin Island, the Macuco boat approaches the rafting boat and the passenger is transferred to begin the descent through the rapids.



Helicopter ride over the falls and  Itaipu.


Itaipu Binacional

The bigest Hidroeletric in the word.


Fantastic Show Dinner  Rafain Restaurant!!!

The best Brazilian Barbecue.

Tourist can go to Paraguay and Argentina.

Visitans need to stay for 5 days, go get to know everywhere.

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