The Iguazu National Park is located in the northwest of the province of Misiones, 17 km from the town of Puerto Iguazu. The ecosystem that preserves part of the Paranaense Forest ecoregion, which covers most of the missionary territory. And the natural treasure that houses are the Iguazu Falls 275 waterfalls that reach up to 80 meters high. They declared one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature are also Natural Heritage.
Visit the PN Iguazu requires at least a full day. Recreational proposals are: the Interpretation Center Yvirá Retá; Lower circuit (1,400 meters of bridges with stairs); the Upper circuit (1,300 m runways without stairs); Garganta del Diablo Trail (1,100 feet walkways without stairs); crossing to Isla San Martin; the Path and the Path Yacaratiá Macuco. Proposed alternative excursions discovering the park and close to Niagara through pure adrenaline activities are also offered.
One of the new proposals is to enjoy the Falls under moonlight. Special rides are performed only on clear nights of full moon. You just have to enter the PN Iguazú at nightfall, climb the little train that runs through the jungle and immerse yourself in the dark. The silence is broken only by the sounds of nocturnal animals: a new world awakens deep in the jungle. Getting off the train, take the same path during the day to get to the Garganta del Diablo, only night shows even more mysterious and charming. The roar of the jungle feels more powerful as you progress. And upon arrival, the Garganta del Diablo dazzle (and excited) to night visitors. Illuminated by a giant, silvery moon is even more shocking. A unique landscape and an unforgettable experience.
IMPORTANT: PN Iguazú offers various facilities for visitors. Among them, 5 star restaurants, fast food and kiosks. Notably were removed architectural barriers in the paths, thus generating a proposal accessible to all. Due to the length of the park, if the visitor prefers to cross it in two days you can keep your entry and submit it the next day, enjoying a 50% discount.