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Jul, 16/2020
04:17am
(GMT -3)

Boat trip and Safari

Macuco Boat Trip and Safari 
Video
GPS Location
Macuco Safari and Boat Trip
Trip map
The Macuco Bird
Nesting Habits
Rafting in Iguassu Falls Brazil
 
 
GPS Location
-25.6506719,-54.4381576
Map of the departing place
 
Macuco Safari and Boat Trip
click to enlargeThe Safari starts with a drive of 3 km along a forest trail in a cart pulled by a electrical vehicle. Several stops are made for bilingual guides to provide information about the flora and fauna of the park. At the 3 km point, an optional 600 meter walking trail leads to a small waterfall called Salto do Macuco. From there, the trail continues to the banks of the Iguassu River, where an upstream zodiac boat tour to DevilĀ“s Throat begins. The exhilarating rafting expedition is made in a large, sturdy, double engine rubber launch and affords the visitor a unique and breathtakingly beautiful view of the Falls. People get wet in this tour. First tour starts at 9:30 a.m. and the last tour departs at 4:00 p.m.
Location: Iguassu National Park, 3 km (2 miles) before the Brazilian side of the Falls
Approximate time: 2 to 3 hours plus travel time
Travel distance: 24 km (15 mi) from Iguassu Falls city center
 
Trip map
click to enlargeSee on the following map the sequence of the trip.
 
The Macuco Bird
click to enlargeMacuco is the name of the gray bird tinamus solitarius which lives on the ground within the forest, discretely moving under the cover of lush vegetation. It eats insects, seeds and fruit and can live about 14 years in captivity.
 
Nesting Habits
click to enlargeThe Macuco nest on the ground. Its blue egg is one of the most beautiful eggs in the world. In the forest, the male constructs the nest where the female lays 6 to 14 turkish-green eggs. The incubation period is 19 days.
 
Rafting in Iguassu Falls Brazil
See also: White Water Rafting on the Iguassu River

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Macuco Boat Trip and Safari 

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