WALKS AND SERVICES
PN Iguazú (Iguazú National Park) Maintenance is located in Puerto Iguazú village. In the rainfalls area there is a public attention office and bathroom fittings. People can visit the National Park from 8 AM to 6 PM (between April 1st to August 31st) and from 8 AM to 7 PM (the rest of the year).
The ticket's value is:
-Olders than 12 years old: $30
-Children between 6 and 12: $15
-Youngers than 6 years: free admission
There are discounts for people from Argentina, and countries that conform the Mercosur. Handicapped people have free admission. There are, also, discounts for people who visit the National Park for the second consecutive day; to have this discounts you have to stamp your ticket in the National Park entrance.
The ticket includes traditional walks, the travel by train inside the protected area, the visit to the visitors center, the travel around San Martin island, and the Macuco Path. The ticket does not include optional excursions.
Through different paths you can visit the protected area and see the waterfalls:
”Inferior” walk : this walk makes the waterfalls sight possible. You can have panoramic sights from the “Garganta del Diablo” and from brazilian waterfalls; and you can have wonderful approchements to the Bossetti waterfalls. This walk takes two hours. This walk has staircases similar to an eight-storey building.
“Superior Walk” : the high footbridges will take you to the fallen line of different rainfalls. This walk takes an hour. It has not staircases, it does not require a big physical effort.
”Garganta del Diablo” : you can get there by the "Cataratas" train, which you must take at the "Garganta del Diablo" Station. There visitors must walk up to big balconies. There you can see the front and the border of the rainfalls. This walk takes two hours. The last train leaves at 16:30. This walk has not staircases.
San Martin Island : you can access to the island by a free admission boats service that leaves from the “Inferior” walk. Access to the highest zone of the island is similar to go up a twelve-storey building.
”Macuco” Path : this is a trekking path. This walk make possible access to a waterfall, which is located in the middle of the jungle. It has a twenty metres high. It is a great opportunity to visit the jungle. You can ask for the Macuco path´s leaflet at the public attention office.
Yacaratiá path: offers an interesting approchement to the jungle in. (Tourism Agency: Explorador Expediciones).
River excursions in the “Inferior Iguazú ”: with approchement to the rainfalls. (Tourism Agency: Iguazú Jungle Explorer).
River excursions in the “Inferior Iguazú ” (Tourism Agency: Iguazú Jungle Explorer).