After pickup from your Puerto Iguazú hotel, cross the border to Iguassu Falls on the Brazilian side with your expert guide for this full-day sightseeing trip.
Enter Iguaçu National Park and view what are arguably the best views of the tremendous Devil's Throat waterfall. Watch as 14 falls drop 350 feet (107 meters) over a precipice with impressive, thunderous force. Be sure to bring your foul-weather gear, because the water plummets with such magnitude that it creates a 100-foot (30-meter) cloud of mist that is suspended permanently overhead. This cloud is host to a steady rainbow, so get ready to snap lots of photos.
During the rainy season from November to March, water can flow over Iguassu Falls at 450,000 cubic feet (12,750 cubic meters) per second. For an up-close view of the falls, trek through the forest to the bottom of Salto Floriano. After admiring that view, ride the park's elevator to the top of the falls, or meander out over the falls at Salto Union.
Continue to your next stop at Itaipu Dam, the world's largest hydroelectric power plant. Built on the Paraná River, the plant provides part of Brazil's and almost all of Paraguay's electricity. View the dam itself up close and learn about the history and logistics of its operation from your knowledgable guide. End your day's adventure in Brazil with drop-off back at your hotel in Puerto Iguazú.