Foz do Iguaçu Meet the locals

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Puerto Iguazu Night Tour

1. Puerto Iguazu Night Tour

Experience the bustling nightlife of the tourism capital of Misiones with this nighttime tour. Visit the Triple Frontier Landmark from the Argentine side, and be mesmerized by the beautiful landscape of the place where Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina meet. Discover the Argentinian culture when you visit the famous Feirinha, where you can try wine, olive oil, cheese, salami, and alfajores. After visiting the most important places in the city, enjoy dinner (if option selected) in one of the best restaurants in the area and try the famous chorizo steak.

Puerto Iguazu: Jungle Horseback Ride with Guaraní Community

2. Puerto Iguazu: Jungle Horseback Ride with Guaraní Community

With this tour, you will explore the rural parts of Iguazú by horseback. Afterwards, visit the Guaraní community and go on a 30-minute walk of the jungle to admire the native flora, fauna, aboriginal traps, medicinal plants, and giant ferns. This tour includes transfers, entrance fees, and a community guide. The departure schedule is to be organised with the local operator. The horse riding circuit is suitable for beginners or those with experience alike - the guide will assist you at all times. This beautiful region offers visitors amazing bird and wildlife watching opportunities. During the tour, you will also hear music sung by a choir of Guaraní children and admire local crafts.

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 43 reviews

We were picked up and dropped off at the stables and left there without warning nobody speaking English. It was my first time on a horse too. We were given a horse but poor thing looked tired and restless. We trotted on for 20 mins along dusty roads with motorcycle and dogs yapping horse was spooked and whinnied and almost chucked me off, we had no helmets either. we arrived at a Guarani village again no English so I used Google translate to communicate. V interesting chat and stroll around village. Then another 20 min horse trek back to stables.....

Very knowledgeable guide and gave us time in each location