City Tour in Puerto Iguazu with Three Frontier Land Mark

  • Complete your visit to Iguazu Falls Argentina Side visiting Puerto Iguazu
  • Take a photo in the three frontier landmark
  • Visit Guira Oga
From USD: 39

Visiting Puerto Iguazu

Enjoy Puerto Iguazu and a wonderful city tour visiting the small city which is the gate to the amazing Iguazu Falls.

In the middle of an inviting and stimulating landscape of the Parana and Iguazu rivers junction, there’s a milestone with the shape of an obelisk. Exhibiting the colors of the Argentinian Flag (light blue and white), it represents the limit of our national territory.

From this place it is possible to see Brazilian and Paraguayan soil, where two other obelisks, each with the colors of its national flag, can be seen. From here you can also see the Tancredo Neves International Bridge, connecting Argentina (Puerto Iguazu city) to Brazil (Foz do Iguacu).

There are just a few places in the world where you can find three countries merging together. It is the ideal place to shop in its small handicraft shops and enjoy the dancing water and light show every day at sunset.

We will visit Guira Oga, a wildlife refuge (“the house of the birds” in the Guarani language) that was born based on the need to have an establishment that would be located in the same Misiones jungle and work with the native fauna of the place.

It was founded on August 23, 1997 by Jorge Anfuso and Silvia Elsegood, naturalists and specialists in the rehabilitation of birds of prey, current directors of the refuge.

Duration:

AM or PM

Cancellation Policy:

72hs Cancellation Policy

Availability:

Every day

Starting Time:

To be confirmed

Finishing Time:

to be confirmed

Pick Up and Drop Off:

"From Your Hotel " -

 "From Your Hotel"

Language:

Spanish, Portuguese, and English Speaking Guide

Maximum Group Size:

Minimum Booking:

1

Enjoy Puerto Iguazu and a wonderful city tour visiting the small city which is the gate to the amazing Iguazu Falls.

In the middle of an inviting and stimulating landscape of the Parana and Iguazu rivers junction, there’s a milestone with the shape of an obelisk. Exhibiting the colors of the Argentinian Flag (light blue and white), it represents the limit of our national territory.

From this place it is possible to see Brazilian and Paraguayan soil, where two other obelisks, each with the colors of its national flag, can be seen. From here you can also see the Tancredo Neves International Bridge, connecting Argentina (Puerto Iguazu city) to Brazil (Foz do Iguacu).

There are just a few places in the world where you can find three countries merging together. It is the ideal place to shop in its small handicraft shops and enjoy the dancing water and light show every day at sunset.

We will visit Guira Oga, a wildlife refuge (“the house of the birds” in the Guarani language) that was born based on the need to have an establishment that would be located in the same Misiones jungle and work with the native fauna of the place.

It was founded on August 23, 1997 by Jorge Anfuso and Silvia Elsegood, naturalists and specialists in the rehabilitation of birds of prey, current directors of the refuge.

If for any reason, you decide to cancel the activity or excursion, the cancellation conditions specified in the product description or in the voucher will be valid.

In the event that the cancellation conditions in the product description do not differ, the provider of tourist services will charge you the following cancellation fees:

  • a. Up to 72 hours before the start of the activity: full refund (again we indicate that in certain specific cases the term may differ from this general policy)
  • b. After 72 hours before the start of the activity: no refund.

When is open Guira Oga?

Guira Oga is open everyday from 9 am to 6 pm. Last entrance is 4:45 pm

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