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If Land Rover Experience days seeem a little tame and you’d like something more adventurous, consider an off-road trip in the Iguazu National Park, one of Argentina’s most spectacular regions.

Among the treats in store are the Iguazu Falls – huge waterfalls to rival any of the world’s more famous falls – the Igauzu Jungle, a visit to the Guarani Tribe, still living off the land as they have for hundreds of years, lots of jungle driving, topped off by a fantastic barbecue of Argentinean beef.

The day-long expeditions are led by professional drivers and the vehicles are Land Rover Defenders (of course).

A typical day looks like this:
0900 Check in and departure from your hotel in Puerto Iguazu
0930 Briefing including 4×4 security and jungle
1000 Start the off-road experience during 100km on red terrain
1230 Barbecue of Argentinean beef in a jungle camp
1400 Extreme off-road jungle driving
1600 Visit Guarani tribe
1800 Arrive back at the hotel.

The cost of the day trip is 1,400 ARS pesos per person (about USD 210).  This includes expedition, barbacue, beverages (wine, beer, gin & tonic, coke, water), coffee, boots, rain coat, helmet and insurance.

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Iguazu Expedition

 

 

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