|Starting at 7:30 am,passengers are picked up at their different hotels in Puerto Iguazú or Foz do Iguazu,and taken by bus or van to Iguazú National Park,in Argentina.|
The tour to Iguazú Falls and Devil’s Throat begins some 400 meters (1,312 ft.) away from the access door to the National Park,where the Central Station is located;from there,the train heads towards the Waterfalls Station and to Devil’s Throat Station. Visitors can also get there on foot,by trekking for about 20 minutes. From Devil’s Throat Station,they can walk 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) along wooden pathways leading to the Devil’s Throat. At the Waterfalls Station,the tour on foot begins heading towards the Circuito Superior (Upper Circuit) along wooden pathways for about an hour -with no specific difficulty-;there,the falls can be watched from above. In Circuito Inferior (Lower Circuit),though a little more difficult due to its numerous stairs,visitors can watch the water falls from below. This route continues along deep slope stairways leading to the river coast,where the boats that cross to San Martín Island are boarded. Boat tickets are not included but they can be bought on site.
Once the tour ends,passengers are taken back to their hotels. Entrance to the National Park must be paid in local corrency.