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Poco Preto trail, Foz do Iguacu

(3.8/5 based on 190 reviews on the web)
You can choose to bicycle or walk Poco Preto trail, which cuts right through the thriving vegetation of the Iguaçu National Park. There is a lot to see here, from native woods and exotic plants, to birds and alligators making their home in this flourishing ecosystem. It could take up to 5 hours to traverse this path, and expert guides can accompany you to point out the park’s numerous plant and animal residents. You can also take this trail all the way to the famous Iguaçu Falls. On your return trip, choose to board a river boat, kayak, or hike down a shorter trail. Visitors are encouraged to take photographs here, so bring your camera, lots of water, and wear comfortable shoes. Make Poco Preto trail a centerpiece of your Foz do Iguacu vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Foz do Iguacu trip itinerary maker.
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  • The ride itself is legal, it may be more interesting for cycling or walking and kayaking, when vehicle is made is not very interesting, the part on a boat on the river is cool, but the black pit you can't see it, anyway, the price is high for the offering.
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  • I loved making the trail, exceeds expectations! dense forest very well structured. the guide was super attentive and Johnny knows well the diversity of animals and vegetation present on the trail. Complete with several options to cross her. Made of biking, walking, boating and transportation. Has no surprises along the way super recommend!
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  • The adventure begins with a walk along a track suspended the forest. Then you should choose to move on. We decided to go to bike. Had ups and downs, being the last part else pulled. For those who are not very used to walking on a daily basis until I found good. Have a boat ride where you know a little more of the river and why the name Black Pit. Are offered a snack. And a part of the path has the kayaking. Here get wet a little bit. In the final part in landing has water and fruit. From there you are taken by Jeep for banana's trail to the highway where the bus.
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