Package Rio de Janeiro and  Iguassu Falls Experience – 7 days

The Package Rio de Janeiro and  Iguassu Falls Experience is the opportunity to get to know not only the marvelous city of Rio de Janeiro, with its beautiful natural landscapes, warmfull people and the statue of Christ the Redeemer, but also Foz do Iguaçu, where you’ll find Iguassu Falls with its 275 falls. Take this chance to explore some of the wonders of Brazil!

What is the itinerary of the Package Rio de Janeiro and Iguassu Falls Experience?

We will start our experience in Rio de Janeiro, also known as “Cidade Maravilhosa” (the Marvelous City). And marvelous is the perfect adjective to describe this place: home of one of the most famous carnivals in the world, countless natural landscapes and warmfull people. And on top of that, you’ll find a sculpture considered one of the seven wonders of the modern world.

After that, we’ll head to Iguassu to enjoy the biggest waterfall in the world, the Iguassu Falls at both (Brazilian and Argentinian) sides. The name Iguassu comes from native languages of Brazil, and means “big water”. Legend has it that a god wanted to marry a mortal woman, but she ran away with her lover in a boat across the river. Boiling with rage, the god divided the river and condemned the lovers to an eternal fall.

Take a look at the itinerary of this once in a life time experience!

  • Day 1: Welcome to Rio
    • Today you will be met at the airport and transferred to your accommodation. Unpack, get comfortable and prepare to spend the rest of the day exploring the city at your own pace.
  • Day 2: City tour across Rio de Janeiro
    • Meals included: Breakfast and lunch
    • The full day city tour in Rio de Janeiro will take you to visit the main attractions and natural monuments of the city. Let’s explore what the marvelous city has to offer. We start the tour going to Corcovado, where one of the seven wonders of the modern world is located, the Statue of Christ the Redeemer. Then we’ll head towards Tijuca Forest, a place of many stories and beautiful natural wonders. Let’s sightsee one of the biggest urban tropical forest of the world, home of many animals and plants species only found in the Atlantic Rainforest. There will be a break for an outside visit at the famous Maracanã Stadium to learn about the history of the stadium that hosted the World Cup finals in 1950 and 2014. The tour continues towards the Sambadrome, which is the stage of the Samba School Parades performances during Rio de Janeiro Carnival. We’ll also visit the Metropolitan Cathedral of São Sebastião, patron of the city. The tour continues towards the Sugar Loaf complex, to board the most famous cable car in the world. Near there, Morro da Urca awaits for our visit, by the side of Praia Vermelha beach and the old Casino of Urca. We’ll end our full day city tour visiting the most famous beaches of the city: Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon.All tickets are included and also lunch at an upscale barbecue lunch (with vegetarian options).NOTE: During the Carnival this tour works in a shorter version visiting only Christ the Redeemer and Sugar Loaf. If you want to do the full version, it’s important to arrive in Rio few days before carnival starts.
  • Day 3: Eco city tour
    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Let’s start our eco-tour by going to the base of Pedra Bonita, where the Rio de Janeiro Hang Gliding and Paragliding Launch Ramp is located. With a privileged location, the hang gliding and paragliding launch ramp offers us a breathtaking view, including Morro Dois Irmãos, São Conrado Beach, and Rocinha Favela. We then proceed to the Pedra Bonita trail, a hike considered easy and takes an average of 40 minutes to reach its summit. From the summit of Pedra Bonita, it’s possible to see Pedra da Gávea, the beaches of Barra da Tijuca and São Conrado, with the vastness of Tijuca Forest surrounding us. It’s a beautiful natural viewpoint and one of the best views for photographing the city of Rio de Janeiro. After descending the Pedra Bonita trail, the Eco-Tour continues through the Tijuca National Park towards Vista Chinesa, an oriental-styled pavilion that was built between 1902 and 1906 to honor the Chinese who brought tea cultivation to Brazil. The “pagoda”, the original name of the structure that is made of bamboo and cement, is strategically positioned, from where it offers an incredible panoramic view. From this angle, it’s possible to see various tourist spots, such as Christ the Redeemer, Guanabara Bay, Sugarloaf Mountain, Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon, and the beaches of Ipanema and Leblon. To end our Eco-Tour on a high note, we will take a refreshing bath in the Horto Waterfall. The trail there is of light difficulty with some obstacles along the way and is located within the boundaries of the Tijuca National Park.
  • Day 4: Transfer to Iguassu Falls + Free night
    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • We will pick you up at your accommodation in Rio de Janeiro and transfer to the airport (GIG) to fly to  Iguassu (tickets not included). Arriving at Iguassu Falls Airport (IGU) our receptive service will be waiting you to take you to your accommodation. Spend the rest of the day enjoying the city at your own pace.
  • Day 5: Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls, kayaking and waterfalls
    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Seeing the Falls from the Brazilian side gives you a complete panoramic view. It is considered the best way to understand how big and how wonderful this place is.
      We’ll take a 1,5km/1miles journey through nature, approaching it’s highlight at the main bridge, that is really close to the falls. It’s a proper baptism, getting everybody wet with the spray that comes from this amazing natural wonder.
      *Walking around the Brazilian national park takes around 2 hours.

      In the afternoon our bilingual guide will take you to Aguaray Ecosport, a protected area next to the National Park. Here we will hike up a 45 min long trail through the preserved rainforest, reaching the border of the Iguassu river, where you will start a guided tour on a Kayak or a Stand Up Paddle. After the breathtaking paddle that takes about 1 h 30 min to be completed, we will hike another trail for about 20 min, heading to a 15 meter high waterfall. A perfect experience for any nature lover!

  • Day 6: Argentinian side of Iguassu Falls
    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • We’ll walk around 5km/3miles along different waterfalls that together makes up one of the new seven wonders of nature: Iguassu Falls.
      The experience in Argentina takes you through an intensive contact with nature, offering the possibility of observing some native animals and the amazing vegetation of the subtropical forest of the National Park.
      You will walk along three different trails that will give you different points of view of the falls.
      One of the highlights is the view of Devil´s Throat: a platform that takes you right in front these impressive falls.

      Level of difficulty : Easy to medium level

      It is mandatory to carry valid photo documents (RG, CNH or Passport) to cross the border with Argentina.

  • Day 7: Transfer to Iguassu’s airport
    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • This is the end of our experience, we will transfer you to the airport. Have a nice trip!

 Highlights of the Package Rio de Janeiro and Foz do Iguassu

  • Get to know the marvelous city, Rio de Janeiro
  • Take a ride at the famous Sugar Loaf cable car!
  • Meet wonders of the modern world!
  • Feel the power of one of the biggest waterfalls of the world at Foz do Iguassu!

Average temperature and chance of rain in the region of Rio de Janeiro

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Average temperature and chance of rain in the region of Foz do Iguassu

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Important things you should know before booking!

Important information
  • Before booking any product, check the risks involved, what’s included, the necessary equipment and the FAQ. If doubts arise, contact us.
  • When booking any tour, the tourist attests knowledge to the natural risk inherent in ecotourism and adventure activities as well as the activities risks. If you wish to understand more about the risks involved, contact us.
  • The excessive ingestion of alcoholic beverages or the use of drugs, as well as the carrying of weapons of any kind, before or during activities, is not allowed under penalty of exclusion of the participant.
  • The itinerary and the order of the tours can be changed due to the weather and/or adverse conditions inherent to the practice of ecotourism and adventure tourism.
What are the vaccines needed?
  • We recommend Yellow fever and Hepatitis B  vaccine and the globally recommended vaccines: MMR (measles, rubella and mumps), DT (diphtheria and tetanus), polio, influenza and meningitis.
Do I need Visa?
  • Although most of the tourists can rely on fast and easy electronic e-Visas, depending on your country of origin a standard Visa can be required to enter Brazil.
  • Please make sure to verify the requirements before you travel for this is a responsibility of the tourist.

FAQ Rio de Janeiro and Foz do Iguassu Experience

How do I get there?

There are international flights to Rio de Janeiro and Iguassu, and a lot of national flights from all the main cities in Brazil.

Is there transfer service?

Yes. In Rio and Iguassu there is receptive service from the airport to the hotel.

Is it safe?

Rio de Janeiro is a big city and it has problems as any other big city in the world. However, there is no need to be afraid. Just keep your belongings with you and pay attention to your bags and everything is should be fine. The same goes for Iguassu.

What ages is it suitable?

The journey to Rio is suitable to people of any age. However, the kayak expedition in Foz do Iguassu is only avaiable for children older than 12 years old. If you wish, we can change this tour according to your needs.

What’s the physical effort involved?

Some of the activities in this package involve physical effort, such as hiking. However, it is not very demanding. Therefore, as long as you don’t have mobility problems, such a case that we do not recommend this adventure, you will fully enjoy.

Do I have to do any training?

No need to be expert in anything. Afterall our guides will be there to support you.

Where do we sleep?

You’ll be sleeping at hotels.

Will my cell phone work?

Yes, and all the hotels offers wi-fi connection.

What are the luggage restrictions?

Please consider the airline luggage restricions!

Any packing tips?

Backpacking packs are recommended for comfort but any kind of luggage should be fine.

Who will I be travelling with?

There might be other tourists making the tours with you. However, private tours are avaiable upon request.

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• Please consider that this tour requires booking 3 days in advance

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  • Bilingual tour guides
  • Bookings for more than 5 people, contact us!

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