Organize your trip to know all the trails and jumps in their maximum splendor. Know the Iguazu Falls from below, above or get into the jungle, getting intimate contact with nature.
It has 1.4 km of extension and gives you a totally different perspective of the jumps, getting so close that the water will splash you. You can see the jumps Dos Hermanas, Chico, Alvar Nuñez and Lanusse.
There is shade in most sectors, which makes it ideal to travel at noon.
Several of the jumps can splash so don't forget to protect your camera or mobile phone well.
It is a path with medium accessibility. The estimated time of visit is 1:15 hours and can be accessed until 17:00 H.
It has an extension of 1.8 km and, as indicated by its name, allows you to see everything from above. The panoramic views of the Dos Hermanas, Chico, Ramírez, Bossetti, Adam and Eva and Bernabé Méndez jumps will be really wonderful.
The least visited and known of the park's circuits. It is a really recommendable path of 3.5 km (7km round trip) that immerses you in the jungle of the National Park, ending the tour in Salto Arrechea.
It is a dense path and lush vegetation where you can see from all kinds of animals and insects.
It's a long-lasting path: we recommend starting it early. It remains open from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm when the weather permits.
Many people make this path on a second day of visiting the park, after touring the Devil's Throat and the Lower and Upper Circuits.
You must wear trekking shoes, water and something to eat (approximately 3 hours are calculated between the round trip).
There are plenty of wildlife to see. We suggest keeping as much silence as possible so that nature finds you.
Not prepared for wheelchairs or baby carriages.
The name comes from a South American bird of the partridge family.