Represa Itaipu and Cataratas - Lado Brasilero
The Itaipu Dam is considered the largest shared engineering masterpiece between Brazil and Paraguay, located on the Paraná River, located 50 kilometers from the Iguazú Falls.
Brief stop at the Interpretation Center where a documentary is exhibited in which the construction process of the work is detailed in detail until its culmination.
The tour is then followed by the work for approximately 40 minutes where the main parts of the dam are appreciated, such as the landfill, the retaining wall and the turbine location room. Once you reach the point of maximum height on the retaining wall you can see the splendid lake formed by this reservoir.
The Iguazu National Park (Brazilian side) has an area of 185,000 hectares,
Upon arrival at the Visitor Center, you enter through the Access Portal individually, where you control the load capacity of the Park. Then, a coach is approached, which starts the walk inside the park and will take you to the start of the footbridges, whose route is 1,200 meters of footpath over the Iguazú River ravine. At this point of the start of the tour you have a panoramic view of the Argentine jumps, a favorable scenario to take photographs.
Advancing along the route, you can see the Iguazú River canyon, the Rivadavia waterfall and Tres Musqueteros, among others. Towards the end of the route you will reach the lower viewpoint of Garganta del Diablo, which at this point is about 200 meters away.
This wonderful scenery is further enhanced by the permanent formation of rainbows.
The tour ends next to the Salto Floriano, where an elevator is installed that is used by elderly people and with different capacities, which elevates it directly to the parking level of the coaches, the other alternative is to use the path that goes to the same meeting point.