Rio de Janeiro, Salvador,
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Day 3: Wednesday October 23:
Group departs from Salvador-Bahia (SSA) to Iguassu Falls (IGU). As there are no direct flights between these cities it will take most of the day, about 6-7 hours, with connection time in Sao Paulo (GRU). Arrive to Iguassu in the afternoon and overnight in Iguassu.
Day 9: Tuesday, October 29
Our day begins with a visit to the Iguaçu National Park. Established in 1939, the park is home to the largest enduring Atlantic forest (semi decidual) of southern Brazil. We will visit the traditional walkways with a wonderful panoramic view of the Brazilian falls. The walkway is 1.2 kilometers and presents spectacular panoramic views of the 275 waterfalls along the way. Once we finish the route, we will arrive at the panoramic elevator that returns to the vehicle. From there, we will return to the hotel.
Free time for lunch.
Late afternoon, we will leave toward the 3-borders mark, where Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil come together. We will have time to stop and take photos. Next, we continue to Churrascaria Rafain for a delicious dinner and a spectacular show that will take us through the culture and folklore of nine Latin American countries. It is the only show in the world that includes the largest number of Brazilian dances performed at a dinner with a concert. Included: Private tours in van or micro bus with driver + English speaking guide, entrance fees, dinner (drinks not included) Room with breakfast.
Day 10: Wednesday, October 30
After breakfast we visit the Iguaçu Falls on the Argentinean side. Walking paths with different gateways offered by the Park provide diverse views of the falls’ amazing scenery. The lower circuit provides more contact with nature, whereas the upper circuit provides an overview of the jumps, delta islands, and the impressive view of the Garganta del Diablo, where we feel the fury of water falling in many horseshoe shaped falls. Created Still on the Argentinean side, we’ll combine the essence of the Iguazu National Park: jungle and falls in a single ride as we embark on a “Grand Adventure” beginning on a train through the park and then a 6km boat ride through the lower Iguaçu river canyon towards the waterfalls while enjoying the rapids.
After the tour, we will remain on the Argentinean side for dinner and another cultural show, of Tango at Madero Tango.
Day 11: Thursday, October 31
We will enjoy a nice breakfast on our last morning, and then checking out of our hotel in Foz do Iguaçu and drive to the airport for our flight to our next destination. Depart this evening for home – overnight flight.
Day 12: Friday, November 1
Arrive back to the US.
About Brazilian Folk Dancing
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