Iguazu Falls is rapidly becoming a popular destination for honeymoons according to Argentina travel operator SayHueque.com. A world heritage site and one of the new 7 Wonders of Nature, Iguazu Falls is one of the most breathtaking sights to behold. With over 250 waterfalls surrounded by the tropical jungle of Argentina and Brazil, travelers can not get much closer to nature in all her glory.
SayHueque.com offers several trips to Iguazu falls for honeymoon couples, all of which showcase the beauty and wonder of the location.
Upon ariving to Iguazu, honeymoon couples will be met at the airport and transfered to their plush jungle lodge for three days at La Aldea de Selva. Tucked away in its own jungle oasis, honeymooners will marvel as colorful parrots fly overhead and chatter away in the nearby trees by the pool. Once settled in, a guide will bring honeymoomers to the Argentine side of Iguazu Falls. From here they will get up close and personal with the falls, and even feel the refreshing mist cool them off as your tan improves from the strong South American sunshine.
In the evening, honeymoon couples are in for a real treat and a true once in a lifetime experience. They will explore Iguazu Falls as the full moon rises and the jungle awakens. They will take the eco-train inside the park to the most spectacular of all the waterfalls, the 80 meter Garganta del Diablo and marvel as the water sparkles under the star and moonlit sky. Of course, the guide will be sure to provide a champagne toast to make it unforgettable.
The next day honeymooners will visit the Brazilian side of the Falls to appreciate the panoramic vistas and sweeping landscapes that will be sure to impress. If they are feeling really adventurous, travelers can even cruise up into the heart of the falls on the National Park’s motorboats and get that perfect picture.
This 3 day/2 night Iguazu Honeymoon is offered by Say Hueque Tours for $405 per person and includes airport transfer, 2 nights accommodation in jungle lodge with delicious breakfast, transfers and tours of the Argentine and Brazilian falls, and the guided moonlight tour of the Falls.