Today, you will visit the Brazilian Falls that are located on the western side of the Parana State in Brazil. Amaze at the four most important falls on this side: Floriano, Deodoro, Benjamin Constant and Salto Union.
Brazilian Iguazu Falls Excursion
The Brazilian Falls are located on the western side of the Parana State in Brazil. They were declared Natural World Heritage in the year 1986 by UNESCO. This Brazilian park with 185,000 hectares (458,000 acres) borders the Argentinian National Park and they are divided by the Iguazu River. Both parks make this region one of the largest natural protected areas in South America. The tour starts at the Visitor Center designed to be the gateway to the Park, operates as a visitor boarding and landing center since to access the route of the footbridges it is necessary to go with modern panoramic buses that make the transfer inside from the park. The extension of the footbridges is 1,200 meters from where you get a spectacular panoramic view of the 275 falls that make up the Iguazu Falls, of which the most important on the Brazilian side are four: Floriano, Deodoro, Benjamin Constant and Salto Union or Devil's Throat. Once the walk is over, we will reach the panoramic elevator that allows us to get to the bus that will take us again to the access gate.