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Boat Trips - Boating Puerto Iguazú - Argentina

Puerto Iguazú lies precisely where the Río Iguazú flows into the Paraná. Boating is a great way to explore the tri-national character of these two mighty rivers coursing through Paranaense jungle. Several excursions depart from the city port into the impressive landscape. All companies have their offices at the port.

Catamarán Crucero Alto Paraná does a two-hour trip on the lower Río Iguazú and Upper Paraná, making a stop near a Guaraní village to experience their music and dance (5:30 p.m., weather permitting, $27, Tel: 54-3757-421-111).

Navegación Tres Fronteras is a one-hour journey offered by Iguazú Water Sports. It passes by the border obelisks of all three countries and sails beneath Puente Internacional Tancredo Neves to the Tamanduá waterfall (hourly 9 a.m.-7 p.m. $17, children under 10 years old, free). Iguazú Water Sports also does waterboarding (not the torture treatment), canoeing, waterskiing, fishing excursions and other adventures.


Location:

Puerto Iguazú port



Avenida Victoria Aguirre s/n


Puerto Iguazú, Argentina

Boating

Getting There

To get to the port, walk down Avenida V Aguirre to Plaza San Martín; follow Aguirre as it turns to the right and go downhill. From the Hito Tres Fronteras, take Avenida Costanera downhill.

Travel Tips:

A passenger-car ferry travels between Argentina and Paraguay. See Getting to and away from Puerto Iguazú for details. Iguazú Jungle offers three expeditions to explore the river within Parque Nacional Iguazú.

Price Description:

$17-27

Relative price: Mid-Range

Open Hours from:Dawn

Open Hours to:Dusk

Travel Skills: beginner/easy.

You Need to Bring:

Protect yourself against the sun (hat, sunblock) and take water. Depending on the time of day, you may want to take a light jacket or sweater, as it can get cool on the water.

Check out the city’s museums and murals. Smell the flowers at an orchid house. Explore the indigenous communities, botanical garden and other sights along Ruta 12. Daytrip out to the semi-precious stone mines in Wanda. And, of course, visit the national park and Iguazú Falls.

Currencies accepted
Argentine Peso










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