We are pleased to offer you a “lead” to the Iguazu waterfalls. You start at 7 a.m. from your lodge and enjoy a breakfast overlooking the Devil’s Loop before we reach the park from a place closer to the waterfalls than the “standard entrance”. The whole thing 30 minutes before other visitors are allowed in.
From this entry point we can access both the lower and the upper currents. Active guests can also go to Garganta del Diablo. However, this option requires a high physical level, as it is necessary to overcome a three-kilometre-long path. Some guests enjoy this way and see it as part of their fitness program or as an adrenaline rush, but it’s not for everyone! So why create a head start? The Iguazu Falls are the second most visited destination in Argentina after Buenos Aires. It is the largest waterfall system in the world and is simply epic.
Although there are seven kilometres of extensive sidewalks on the Argentine side of the falls, the view of the water in the front row is not self-evident and unbeatable. Even before the crowds arrive, there is a greater chance of sifting through wildlife, especially birds – there are more than 400 bird species in the Atlantic rainforest.
As most photographers and hobby photographers out there know, early morning light is best for capturing impressive photos. Another reason to visit the best vantage points as early as possible. The rainforest is known all year round for its humid, hot climate. If you get up early, your private guides can design the day so that you don’t have to “admire” this impressive spectacle during the hottest time of day.
Your Dr. Julia Malchow
Owner & Founder