Extension: Iguazu Falls
Enjoy a two night excursion to Iguazu Falls, discovering the pristine ecosystems, unique wildlife and cultural legends that surround this stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Program No. 21168RJ
4 days
Starts at
4 days
3 nights
5 meals
2B 1L 2D
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At a Glance

Begin your adventure by discovering a true wonder of nature and a UNESCO World Heritage Site: Iguazu Falls. The falls span 1.7 miles on the Iguazu River, which forms the border between Brazil and Argentina in this region, and tumble from as high as 269 feet — 100 feet taller than Niagara Falls.
Activity Level
Walking up to two miles daily over varied, possibly slippery terrain.
Program Extension
Program Extension
Since you’re already traveling to your program, why not arrive a little earlier or stay a little longer to dig deeper or explore a new place or topic? Before you enroll in an extension, be sure you are enrolled in the main program first.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • A full-day excursion reveals the beauty and power of Iguazu Falls.
  • Spend two nights at a resort hotel near the falls on the Argentine side.
  • At the end of this extension program, take a short flight from Iguazu Falls to Buenos Aires to begin the main program.

General Notes

This program may only be taken as an extension of "Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctic Islands" (#21169). Due to the nature of this program, listening devices are not available.
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