It is carried out in conjunction with the Excursion Cataratas Argentinas, within the PNI. The Great Adventure combines the essence of the Iguazú National Park: the jungle and the Waterfalls in a single route.
Starting from the Operative Central or from the Visitor Center, you will enter the jungle through the narrow Yacaratiá Trail in units designed for this particular environment. Bilingual guides (Spanish / English) will help to interpret the natural and cultural riches of the place.
This 5 km vehicular route culminates in the Puerto Macuco jungle base. After descending 100 meters you will arrive at the dock where you can board the boats with which you will go up 6 km up the Lower Iguazú river gorge towards the waterfall area enjoying the mighty rapids, to the base of the Tres Mosqueteros waterfall, watching the set of Brazilian waterfalls Argentines, with the Devil’s Throat crowning the view of the canyon. Later, you will reach the maximum point of emotion when facing the incomparable Salto San Martín, second in size and the largest that a boat can approach.
To finish, we will disembark at the dock located in front of San Martín Island from where you can rejoin the walkway system, through the Lower Circuit. The Great Adventure can be done in the opposite direction. That is, from the pier located in front of San Martín Island to the Visitor Center.
Duration: One hour and 20 minutes.
Difficulty: 150 meters of stairs and 2 km of whitewater.
Recommendations: Protect all personal items by placing them inside the specially designed waterproof bags provided by the provider, otherwise they will get wet during the approach to the jumps.
Restrictions: For safety reasons, people who respond to the following traits or ailments will not be able to take this tour: children under 12 years old, pregnant women, people with osteoporosis, spinal problems or similar, with a history of heart or neurological disorders, with chronic lung diseases and any person with physical, cognitive and / or sensory disabilities who cannot respond to an eventual emergency in the rapid waters of the lower Iguazú River.
For this service, it is mandatory to present or display an Identity Document that proves the minimum age to board (12 years).