Full Moonlight Walking tour in Iguazu Falls… Amazing!

Ramiro Rodriguez
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Well, I`m sure you know, if you`re reading my article, that Iguazu Falls is one of the new 7-wonders of nature, a highlight in Argentina, Brazil and South America and that`s a Unesco World Heritage. It`s a must-see if you want to visit South America, no doubt. But there is a show that nature offers us, 5 days each month, and it`s an unforgettable experience. It`s the MoonLight walking tour in Iguazu Falls, during the full moon period.  Truly a Wonder of Nature.  A unique show in the world that is worth living. In any of the four seasons and from twilight until late at night, the moon surprises with an incredible color change as it reaches its fullness. As I told you, this phenomenon repeats monthly. Check our calendar if you want to visit Iguazu because it`s amazing. The Full Moon inspires verses, prose, and serenades, is received by astrologers, revered by the mystics, and awaited with great expectation by lovers of the beautiful spectacles of nature. Exactly for that reason, the concessionaire of the Iguazu National Park in Argentina, replenishes an event that every time falls in love with more people, who every month anxiously wait on the platform of Central Station to embark on the Ecological Train of the Jungle to the incredible Devil`s Throat (Garganta del Diablo in Spanish).  The moon accompanies the trip through the jungle bathing all around and making the waters of the Upper Iguazu River shine like little drops of silver. Believe me, it`s a show you cannot avoid. The steps on the catwalks until the biggest fall of our Park can be heard between so much silence and so much peace, as accompanying the current calm on the dark rocks. The fascination that the night walk has on visitors is fully justified, since the scenes recorded during the walk are at least curious: there are those who seek to take full advantage of the moon bath by giving themselves to the exercise of meditation, others renew there his commitments of love and there is no need to shed some tears of significant emotion to appreciate from a totally different perspective the waterfall of Devil's Throat on the nights of the full moon. On that balcony, time goes by unnoticed and words disappear, they become useless and the return becomes difficult.

Be ready to take photos, but it`s not easy if you do not have adequate equipment. So, let me suggest enjoying watching this amazing show of nature.  But, let me put aside poetry and fascination for a moment, and talk about the details of the activity.

 

 

The tour is available all year, five days each month, depending on the moon calendar. You can check the image below, or visit iguazufalls.com for more information.

The difficulty is low, no problems. Remember the park offers a wheelchair for disabled people. You have to book it in advance. From pick up at 7.30 from your hotel, to the end of the activity around 11.30 pm to midnight, with drop off in your hotel, you will enjoy this incredible activity. Bring your camera, and be sure that it will be an inspired night, an unforgettable moment for you.

So, tour starts at your hotel (in Puerto Iguazu or Foz de Iguazu) when a car pick you up to go directly to the Iguazu Falls National Park, located on the Argentinian side of the falls. (Parque Nacional Iguazu in spanish). Once there,  our driver will assist to get your pre-confirmed tickets to start the tour. Once the tour starts, you will go to the Ecological Train of the Jungle, to disembark, and walk for trails to visit the Devil’s Throat under the moonlight (the option with dinner isn’t available anymore in case you hear about that). After the tour finishes, the driver will be waiting for you to go back to your hotel.

If you are in Foz de Iguazu, don’t worry! Because we can pick you up there too.

 

For more information, please visit our website in www.ripioturismo.com or IguazuFalls.com our specific website for Iguazu Falls, or contact us at info@ripioturismo.com

Or you can book directly by clicking in the image below.

 

 

Thank you!

 

 

Ramiro Rodriguez
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