• Trip Includes
  • Trip Outline

Our program includes:

  • Transfer Airport / hotel / airport in Rio de Janeiro & Foz de Iguazu
  • 03 nights in Rio de Janeiro
  • 03 nights in Foz de Iguazu
  • Meals: 06 breakfast
  • Excursion to Corcovado & Sugar Loaf
  • Excursion to the Cidade do Samba and the Botanical Garden
  • Excrsion to Iguazu Falls (Brazil and Argentina sides)
  • Personal Assistance

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Day 1

… / Rio de Janeiro

Private transfer from the airport.
Overnight: Rio de Janeiro
Meals: --

Day 2

Rio de Janeiro

The main Rio de Janeiro touristic point is The Christ the Redeemer Statue (one of the Seven Wonders of the New World) and this image composes de landscape of the city. The visit starts at Cosme Velho Train Station where the cog railway leaves every day from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm in direction to the peak of Corcovado Mountain, where the statue is located and from where it is possible to have an overlook of the city from a height of 2,300 feet in 360 degree of magnific panoramic view of Rio de Janeiro, including its famous beaches such as Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon and other beaches in Niteroi. On your way down, you will go through the lush of the Tijuca Forest, the world’s largest urban forest. The Sugar Loaf Mountain is a worlwide symbol of Rio de Janeiro is taken in two stages: The first one called "Morro da Urca"is 220 meters high above the sea level. This mountain, which is located across from of the famous "Sugar Loaf", offers a beautiful panoramic view of the Guanabara`s Bay when going up to Sugar Loaf by cable car. The second stage "Sugar Loaf" mountains 395 meters high above the sea level - offering a breathtaking panoramic view of Rio's skyline from one side, whereas on the other side, visitors’ eyes flyover the open sea, covered with lots of green islands, and lost in an endless blue sky. At sunset, the city reveals all its exotic charms - there is no visitor who resists these incomparable experiences .Note: The tours are subject to change, due to the weather and other conditions.
Overnight: Rio de Janeiro
Meals: Breakfast

Day 3

Rio de Janeiro

There is no better way to get inside Rio's Samba Culture than this. Although the famous Carnival Parade happens once a year, the ongoing work on the backstage happens every day. You will go to the Cidade do Samba and visit the Academicos da Grande Rio warehouse and contemplate their costumes, allegories and curiosities. A guide will lead you through a tour where the Carnival Spirit will get inside of you. Learn about history of Samba and Carnival Parade, and after seeing so many carnival costumes, why not try them on? Feel like a local, get your camera and share this moment with your best shots. In the end, make a toast with the traditional Caipirinha to celebrate the Samba Spirit. Founded in 1808 and open to the public, the Botanical Garden has nowadays more than eight thousand species, many of them in danger of extinction, distributed on groves and lakes forming a pleasant and relaxing area for amusement. Its highlights: the magnificent palm-tree rows in the main area, in front of the Central Fountain: the specimens of aquatic plants; the orchid garden: and the bromeliad garden: The tours are subject to change, due to weather and other conditions.
Overnight: Rio de Janeiro
Meals: Breakfast

Day 4

Rio de Janeiro / Foz de Iguazu

Transfer to the airport in Rio de Janeiro, Transfer in Foz de Iguaçu.
Overnight: Foz de Iguazu
Meals: Breakfast

Day 5

Iguazu Waterfalls (ARGENTINA)

Argentina Waterfalls Situated in Iguazú National Park, some 20 km. from Puerto Iguazú in the north of the province, these falls are shared by Brazil and Argentina. Iguazú river is born in Paraná state in Brazil, and after crossing 1,200 km. on a plateau where it receives several affluents, it reaches a fault forming a crack in the interleaved layers of sandstone and basalt where the river runs. There are more than 270 falls in an area where cliffs and islets are scattered in a half moon. From the visitors center you can walk around trails or in a picturesque train. There are two basic circuits: an upper path and a lower path. The falls that can be visited are: Salto Floriano, Salto Deodoro, Salto Benjamín Constant, Salto Unión, Salto Escondido, Salto Mitre, Salto Belgrano, Salto Rivadavia, Salto Tres Mosqueteros, Salto Dos Mosqueteros, Salto San Martín, Salto Adán y Eva, Salto Bozzetti, Salto Ramirez, Salto Chico, Salto Dos Hermanos and Salto Alvar Nuñez . Leaving from Cataratas station, we go to the footbridge on the upper part of the river. We get to the balcony on the Devil's Throat, the biggest fall with such a big flow of water that you will be overcome by the grandeur of the scenery.
Overnight: Foz de Iguazu
Meals: Breakfast

Day 6

Iguazu Waterfalls (BRAZIL)

Brazil Waterfalls Formed approximately 150 million years ago, the area is composed by 275 waterfalls, forming an only front in time of full. The great falls are 19, just three on the Brazilian side (Floriano, Deodoro and Benjamin Constant they take the names of former presidents of Brazil). The disposition of the waterfalls provides the best view to the people who observe the scenery from the Brazilian side, especially because most of the falls are faced to Brazil. After a large curve and some rapids, the river runs to a rift created by the erosion to Brazil. After a large curve and some rapids, the river runs to a rift created by the erosion, forming the Devil's Throat. From there, the biggest part of the water follows in the main channel of the river. The Iguassu River in the upper part of the Waterfalls is 1.200 meters wide, being narrowed up to 65 meters in the canyon formed just after the falls. The extension of the Iguaçu Waterfalls is of 800 meters in the Brazilian side and 1.900 meters on the Argentinean side, resulting in a total width of 2.700 meters in a semi-circular form or horseshoe shape. Depending on the volume of water, the number of falls on the Iguaçu Waterfalls can change from 150 to 300. The height varies of 40 to 82 meters. The medium volume of the river is 1.500 m³ of water per second, decreasing to 300 m³ per second in the occasions of drought and increasing to 6.500 m³ per second or more during the periods of full. Macuco Fall - By Jeep and Boat The exciting trip starts at kilometer 23 of th "Rodovia das Cataratas" - the Cataratas Road - which leads from the city of "Foz do Iguassu" through the National Park and ends at the falls. Deep in the "Iguacu National Park", we are taken by open Jeeps through the dense jungle - the guide explains every single species of plants, and reaching a certain point after a 1,5 miles ride, we get out of the jeep and hike down a canyon to reach the "Macuco Fall", built by the "Sao Joao River", about 65 feet high. A few further steps down, at a bend of the Iguacu River, rubber-dinghies are waiting for the guests: The experienced pilots take us for a 3 miles ride up the river - passing a lot of difficult rapids - until they reach the huge main-front of the tumbling falls - guests feel the spray in their faces - up to 300 feet high, the waterfront conceals all sight. The pilots turn round and take guests safely back.
Overnight: Foz de Iguazu
Meals: Breakfast

Day 7

Foz de Iguazu / …

Transfer to the airport to take the international flight.
Overnight: --
Meals: Breakfast