Hiking & Trails
The trails within the Iguaçu National Park are well known and visited by people coming to the Iguazu Falls. On both sides of the Falls it is possible to go on walks through the woods, on trails of different degrees of difficulty. Outside the conservation unit, but still in contact with the Atlantic Forest, there are several trail options that provide immersive experiences for the visitor.
Alternatives include a 500-meter expedition through native vegetation that leads to the banks of the Iguaçu River, where you can paddle a kayak, a stand-up paddle or a Canadian canoe. In addition to this contact with the forest and the river’s current, there are waterfalls on the walk back.