Iguazú National Park is located 17km away from the point where the River Iguazú flows into the River Paraná. This unique spot is the border between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, boasting one of Mother Nature’s marvels, with this 67,000-hectare nature reserve officially named as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
Nature’s greatest show
Gran Meliá Iguazú is the only hotel situated inside Iguazú National Park. This natural treasure boasts two hiking trails, suitable for all levels including people with reduced mobility. The most famous trip is the Devil’s Throat trail: take the Rainforest Ecological train from outside the hotel, travel 82 meters towards the clouds, and feast your eyes on one of the world’s most spectacular sights. Entrance to Iguazu National Park is not included in the rate. Tickets must be purchased on the Iguazu National Park website. Hotel guests wanting to visit the park can pay once and visit as many times as they wish during their stay.
Feel the beating heart of the jungle, 5 nights per month: its sounds, unique aromas, and much more, under the majestic influence of the Devil’s Throat, the light of the full moon and the stars glittering high above Misiones. Activity with additional cost.
Book this exciting tour starting in Brazil’s Foz do Iguaçu and discover the magnificent falls. Travel to the Devil’s Throat, and take in the spectacular once-in-a-lifetime panoramic views that you will remember forever. Activity with additional cost.
Just 40 km from Port Iguazú, enjoy a guided tour of the precious stone mines of Wanda, at the heart of the rainforest. The mines are also famous for their semi-precious gems, such as amethyst, topaz and quartz. Activity with additional cost.
The ruins of San Ignacio are the greatest testament to the Jesuit missions of the XVI and XVII centuries in Argentina. Situated 240 km from Port Iguazú, the ruins were declared a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1984. Activity with additional cost.
An expedition to the very heart of nature, for a complete Iguazú experience. Jump into a specially-designed truck in Sendero Yacaratia and travel 5 km to Port Macuco, where you will board a boat and travel 6km along the lower part of the River Iguazú. Feel your adrenaline rising as you hurtle across the rapids, towards the falls. Activity with additional cost.
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