While the sky mixes colors, navigating the waters with the Kattamaram II you can observe the plants and flowers across the Paraná and Iguaçu Rivers.
Be happy and see millions of colors that make this life with love, together with the biodiversity, vegetation and buildings that have changed and are part of local history, this same place marks a triple border, one of the few in the world.
Going down the Paraná River, the second largest river in South America, we will reach the Paraná River WATER MEETING the eighth largest in the world by volume, with the Iguaçu River. Throughout the course you will be surprised by many stories, fun curiosities and photos, through the expert guides that will accompany your tour. You can also contemplate the architectural monuments that shape the landscape, such as the Tancredo Neves Bridge, which connects Brazil with Argentina.