How to Combine Rio de Janeiro and Iguazu Falls
Let’s face it, Brazil is probably the hottest destination on your wish list, right? Experiencing Brazil is larger than life, from the festivals to the panoramic beaches and UNESCO sites, this place is truly a world-class travel destination. Here at Rainforest Cruises we are going to give you the scoop on how to combine Rio de Janeiro and Iguazu Falls, two of the most popular Brazilian tourist destinations. Take a read below, your journey awaits…
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro is one of the most popular destinations in the whole of South America. Tourist attractions are found in abundance; from cable car transits to the top of sugar loaf mountain, drinking cocktails on the famous Copacabana and Ipanema beaches or hiking up through the south zone to discover the beautiful views of the city, this huge metropolis really has it all. Are you a city scout who wishes to venture through the commercial downtown Rio or a traveller who wants to embrace the panoramic view from Corcovado Mountain - maybe even catch the early sunrise over Guanabara Bay? Whoever you are, here at Rainforest Cruises we can offer you it all. The city of Rio de Janeiro is Brazil’s second largest city packing in a whopping 6.3 million people, 21 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 200 samba schools and 3 million travelers per year, but it is still missing one thing - and thats you! Travels who have a US, Canadian, Australian or Japanese passport, can now take advantage of Brazil’s travel visa drop. Brazil does not require a visa anymore for those nationalities, making travel to Brazil much easier.
The stunning Iguazu National Park is a member of the aforementioned collection of reputable UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Brazil. Registered in 1984, this immense location is a culmination of over 275 individual waterfalls. It is so gigantic in fact that it spreads across two countries - Argentina and Brazil; 20% resides in Brazil with the other 80% covering Argentinian land. The Brazilian side offers immaculate panoramic views of the falls, whilst the other side of the falls, on the Argentine side creates an opportunity to see the falls from above. Possibly the most distinguished feature of this location is known as the Devil’s Throat which marks the border between both countries. The Iguazu Falls are almost double the height of the Niagara Falls, exceeding the recorded tallness by almost 100 ft! In 2011 it was selected as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature and is classed as completely unmissable by many. Some may even say if you haven’t visited Iguazu Falls have you really been to Brazil?
How to Visit Both of These Glorious Vacation Destinations
At Rainforest Cruises we present you with the incredible opportunity to tick off multiple bucket list destinations with our Rio de Janeiro & Iguazu Falls land tour. This tour will take you for a wild ride in Brazil across 6 invigorating days. With hotel stays, transfers and English speaking guides included, you can unwind with the knowledge you are fully taken care of and put your enjoyment at the top of your to-do list. This land tour has been specifically designed to ensure you experience every essential element Brazil has to offer - even Argentina as you visit Iguazu Falls from both sides of the spectrum. We guarantee you will have the time of your life, becoming completely and utterly infatuated by this extraordinary destination.
How to Book a Rio de Janeiro and Iguazu Falls Tours
If the opportunity to explore all that Brazil has to offer is making its way onto your wish list, don’t hesitate to contact our team here at Rainforest Cruises for more information. Our experts will organize every detail for you, assemble your travel itinerary, book your flights and even add on an Amazon cruise to compliment your land based journey (if in these jam packed six days you just can’t get enough). Our clients are very important to us. As such, we will handle all of your requests as best as we possibly can to accommodate you and your travel companions. Before you run off sightseeing into South Americas largest country, please show your interest by sending us an enquiry or calling 1-888-215-3555.