AM: This morning, after breakfast at your hotel we will leave to visit the Argentine side of the waterfalls in Iguazu National Park. This park was established on October 9, 1934, and currently covers a surface of 66,148 hectares. This marvelous nature reserve encompasses many areas, though your most impacting is sure to be the of waterfalls area, where you will be able to contemplate the strikingly dramatic scenery. The waterfalls can be admired from either the bottom of the falls, called the Circuito inferior (“the lower circuit”), or from the top, Circuito Superior (“the upper circuit”). From the visitors center, you can access these circuits by the train or along a lush the green path. The Upper Circuit runs 1,600 meters in length while the Lower Circuit covers 1,200 meters. In the waterfalls area, it’s possible to visit the most important waterfall of all: La Garganta del Diablo (Devil´s throat). From Cataratas Station, you can take the train to Garganta Station, where you can access the footbridge that leads from the riverbank to the lookout point. This is a fantastic trip and the view from the overlook is astonishing. (entrance to the national park is included). Later, you will be driven back to your hotel.