Brazil Organised Trips

Argentinean Falls, Iguaçu

Cross the border into Argentina to enjoy a whole new perspective of these iconic falls. Cross the Tancredo Neves Bridge and board a small train for a tour of the Argentine section of Iguazú National Park. Stroll along walkways to the top of the falls, get close enough to feel the spray on your face, witness the mighty force of Devil’s Throat and enjoy incredible photo opportunities.

Duration:

Half day

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Departs daily
Group and private tours available.

Brazilian Falls, Iguaçu

Drive through the emerald forests of Iguaçu National Park on your way to the awe-inspiring falls. Enjoy panoramic views from the Brazilian side of the border as you follow the trail down into the canyon. View the largest fall, the mighty Devil’s Throat or ‘Garganta do Diablo’ from just 200 metres away before you take the lift or stairs to the Upper Balcony for further breathtaking views.

Duration:

Half day

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Departs daily
Group and private tours available.

Corcovado and Sugar Loaf

Discover two of Rio’s most spectacular landmarks. Travel by train across urban forest and climb to the top of Corcovado Hill. Ascend several flights of steps to Christ the Redeemer, a spectacular art deco statue that towers above Rio. After lunch head back towards Copacabana and hop on a cable car to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain to enjoy breathtaking panoramic views over the city. Due to popularity, Corcovado and Sugar Loaf Muontain must both be pre-booked.

Duration:

Full day

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Departs daily

Itaipu Dam Tour

Visit the world’s largest hydroelectric dam, an impressive feat of civil engineering which crosses the Paraná River and supplies water to ten different states in Brazil and Paraguay. Begin your tour with an audio-visual presentation about the dam and its power production station, before visiting the mighty dam itself which is four miles wide and features 20 turbines, running at a capacity of 14MW.

Duration:

Half day

Manaus City Tour

Begin discovering the highlights of the Amazon’s largest city with a visit to the Municipal Market to browse the stalls which offer regional products. Pass the Government Palace and view the nearby creek to see typical houses built on stilts. Continue to the Floating Dock to observe life on the river before discovering the splendour of the recently restored Amazon Opera House.

Duration:

Half day

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Departs daily

Meeting of the Waters

This guided motorised canoe tour departs from Manaus and offers the chance to witness one of the Amazon’s most fascinating natural wonders. The ‘Meeting of the Waters’ is a remarkable confluence of contrasts where the light-coloured waters of the Solimões River meet the dark waters of the Rio Negro, flowing parallel for several miles without mixing and creating a unique natural spectacle.

Duration:

Full day

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Departs daily