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Iguazu Falls Brazilian Side & Bird Park from Puerto Iguazu

4.5 (7)
Puerto Iguazu, AR

Iguazu Falls Brazilian Side & Bird Park from Puerto Iguazu

4.5 (7)
Puerto Iguazu, AR
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Experience the breathtaking beauty of the Iguazu Falls Brazilian Side & Bird Park from Puerto Iguazu. This unforgettable tour allows you to witness the 275 falls of the Iguazu National Park while also immersing yourself in the incredible fauna of the Brazilian side. The Bird Park, also known as Parque das Aves, is a zoo dedicated to the conservation of various native and exotic bird species. As you explore the park, you'll encounter rare and vibrant tropical birds flying over lush subtropical forests. Enter the nurseries to get up close and personal with these magnificent creatures. But that's not all - the park is also home to boas, anacondas, yacarés, marmoset monkeys, butterflies, and more. With hotel pickup and drop-off, a professional guide, and the opportunity to interact with wildlife, this tour is a must for nature lovers and adventure seekers.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Admission Not Included
  • 5 hours - 7 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour, Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Observe the 275 falls of the Iguazu National Park
  • Get to know the fauna on the Brazilian side
  • Interact with colorful tropical birds up close
  • Experience a unique sanctuary for endangered species
  • Walk along paths and learn about each species
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Professional guide
  • Iguazu Waterfalls Brazilian Side Tour
  • Birk Park
  • Gratuities
  • National Park fees
  • Food and drinks (available to purchase)
  • Souvenir photos (available to purchase)

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Experience the breathtaking beauty of Iguazu Falls Brazilian Side and immerse yourself in the vibrant world of the Bird Park. This captivating tour offers a unique opportunity to witness the awe-inspiring 275 falls of the Iguazu National Park while also exploring the diverse fauna on the Brazilian side. At the Bird Park, known as Parque das Aves, you will encounter a wide array of native and exotic bird species, as well as other fascinating animals.

What to expect?

Prepare to be amazed as you embark on a journey through the Iguazu National Park and the Bird Park. Marvel at the sheer power and grandeur of the 275 falls, which cascade down over 2 miles, creating a breathtaking spectacle. The Brazilian side offers a panoramic view that allows you to fully appreciate the immensity and beauty of these natural wonders. At the Bird Park, you can expect to encounter rare and colorful tropical birds, such as macaws, as well as other captivating creatures like boas, anacondas, yacarés, marmoset monkeys, and butterflies. This immersive experience will leave you with a deep appreciation for the rich biodiversity of this region.

Who is this for?

This tour is perfect for nature enthusiasts, wildlife lovers, and anyone seeking a truly memorable experience in the heart of South America. Whether you are a seasoned traveler or embarking on your first adventure, this tour offers something for everyone. From families with children to solo travelers and couples, the Iguazu Falls Brazilian Side & Bird Park tour is a must-do for anyone visiting Puerto Iguazu.

Why book this?

Embark on this extraordinary tour to witness one of the world's most spectacular natural wonders. The Iguazu Falls are a UNESCO World Heritage site and rightfully so. The sheer power and beauty of the falls will leave you in awe. Additionally, the Bird Park offers a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with an incredible variety of bird species, as well as other fascinating animals. The park's commitment to conservation and rescue efforts makes this experience even more special. By booking this tour, you are supporting the protection of endangered species and contributing to their preservation.

Good to know

During the tour, you will enjoy convenient hotel pickup and drop-off, ensuring a hassle-free experience. Please note that National Park fees are not included in the tour price and will need to be paid separately. Food and drinks are available for purchase, allowing you to indulge in local cuisine and refreshments. Don't forget to bring your camera to capture the unforgettable moments and stunning landscapes. The tour includes a visit to the Bird Park, located just a short distance from the Iguazu National Park, making it easily accessible and minimizing transportation time.


Visitors who have embarked on this tour have been captivated by the beauty and grandeur of the Iguazu Falls. They have described the experience as awe-inspiring and unforgettable. The Bird Park has received high praise for its commitment to conservation and the opportunity it provides to observe and interact with a wide variety of bird species. Visitors have been particularly impressed by the chance to see macaws up close and to witness the birds flying freely in the vivariums. Overall, reviews highlight the breathtaking natural beauty, the educational aspect of the tour, and the friendly and knowledgeable guides.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Puerto Iguazu

Our tour begins by departing from the passengers` hotels to go to the Tourist Assistance Center to buy the entrance tickets to the park. (You might need a visa to cross the Brazilian border if you are staying in Argentina).

Visitor Center Station

When we arrive at the Visitor Center, we’ll kick off the trip around the park by leading you to one of the tour cars.

Admission Not Included

Lookout Devil's Throat

Continuing along this route, you’ll get to see the Cañón del Río Iguazú, Salto Rivadavia, Tres Mosqueteros and many others. Towards the end of the route, you’ll also see the lower part of the river and the impressive Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Gorge). The walkway ends beside Salto Floriano, from where you can take either a number of stairs or an elevator straight down to the car park or up to shops and restaurants.

Admission Not Included

Parque das Aves

The Bird Park is close to the Iguaçu National Park, which facilitates the movement and reduces the transportation time. Upon arriving there, we will travel through several trails inside the park to observe and interact with the local nature. The Bird Park is a unique place, counting more than 200 animal species, many rescued from illegal traffic. The main idea is to make a Sanctuary for engendered species. Hosting the biggest Araras (Macaws) Sanctuary in South America, the Bird Park offers safe spaces for visitors to enter and observe the birds from very close and in liberty. Living in wide Vivarium, the birds can fly free and visitors can enter the vivarium without bothering the animals. Also hosting some anacondas, boas, crocodiles, Titi monkeys and special butterflies, the park makes the visitor's delights and awakens it curiosity. Walk along the paths, entering vivariums and temples, learning more about each and every species living in the Sanctuary.

Admission Not Included



4.5 (7)


Our guide:Mr Pacarow was extremely organised, knowledgeable and spoke excellent English.The Brazilian side was more compact but gave a very different experience to the Argentinian side. The Bird park gave the opportunity to see native birds up close-would’ve be good to have longer there.


Simply stunning. Brazilian Falls are not to be missed! Our guide ensured a seamless trip through the respective border crossings and took time to ensure that we saw all that we wanted and at our own pace without feeling rushed. A really enjoyable tour with Frederico. Gracias.


The Bird Park is really a nature conservation project, aimed at preserving their Atlantic Rainforest and protecting birds and reptiles that are disappearing or being used for illegal sale overseas. A great layout, walking through a structured trail that lets you view all the animals easily and safely.


An unmissable attraction, the park is an example in every sense. They transport you in a tall vehicle to the reserve and the guide was outstanding in his explanations. Highly recommended visit


guira oga park of recovered animals! It began as a place to recover domesticated birds that were victims of illegal trafficking, and then incorporate more animals. We had Julieta as our guide, excellent explanation!! A lot of dedication!. short 15min tractor ride to a 40 minute walk between all the recovered animals. recommendable.!!!


Imperdible al ir a visitar las cataratas, bellísimas de los dos lados, desde Brasil se aprecian vistas increíbles, y desde el lado Argentino tambien pero al referirnos a la Garganta del diablo, del lado Brasileño se ven mas alejadas y del lado argentino prácticamente estas dentro de la Garganta Impresionante, de regreso en viaje al aeropuerto de Puerto Iguazu nos detuvimos por dos horas en Guira Oda, que buena idea fue, cuanto aprendimos de conservacionismo, protección de las especies, y respeto por la selva y sus recursos. Guira Oga no recibe apoyo estatal, solo se mantiene con el cobro de las entradas, para jubilados y menores el 25.05.23 pagamos $ 1700,= por persona, mas donaciones particulares. El recorrido completo duro aprox. 1 hora y 45 minutos. Gendarmería y Policía les hace llegar animales atropellados heridos por cazadores furtivos, etc. y los Guardaparques encuentran En Guara Oda los cura los rehabilita y los devuelve a la naturaleza cuando ya están en condiciones de ser reinsertados a su habitad natural. Realmente vimos hermosos ejemplares. Una cantidad importante de animales clasificados en enormes jaulones pero ambientados con los arboles originales de la zona que no fueron cortados si no adaptadas las instalaciones para preservar el ambiente natural. Liliana la guía que nos acompaño a un grupo de 20 personas nos informo detalladamente de cada especie de cada animal recuperado, una persona apasionada con su trabajo que lo supo trasmitir a la perfección. Nos fuimos muy satisfechos. Con ganas de contarles a todos esta linda experiencia.


Fue la peor sugerencia que nos hicieron, nos fuimos deprimidas. Llevamos a las nenas para que vean a los pájaros pero la Experiencia es horrible. Tuvimos que esperar un montón, los caminos para circular son super angostos e incómodos para ir con conchecitos. Los animales están enjaulados en domos chicos, todas son historias tristes y es como si quisieran justificar todo el tiempo por qué no los pueden soltar. Algunos felinos están solos en recintos pequeños y tienen un águila atada en un tronco. Horrible todo. Entiendo que es un lugar donde reciben animales para recuperarlos y eso es valioso pero ofrecer el paseo me parece que no suma. Encima se hace largo y hasta las nenas querían irse y tuvimos que esperar al final más de 15 minutos que llegara el camión para llevarnos a la salida.
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2024-04-18 08:33