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Foz do Iguaçu: The Iguaçu National Park is prepared to receive visitors this week.

Yesterday we published a post talking about why Foz do Iguaçu was not as affected by the truckers' strike as the rest of Brazil, you can check on this link the publication of yesterday. As much as we are on the ninth day of the truckers' strike, the situation in the city is quiet.

And yesterday the National Park of Iguaçu declared that it will be able to continue with the tours for this week and during the holiday, because it has supplied all its bus fleet that transports daily visitors from the Visitor Center to the main attraction of the Park, which are the Iguazu Falls .

Source: Flickr Iguazu Falls

Source: Flickr Iguazu Falls

The supply made on Monday should be enough to last the entire week, including the holiday, which will increase the demand for buses in the Iguaçu National Park.

To save fuel, the conservation unit will use even more hybrid buses, which have electric and diesel engines, which have more fuel economy.

Source: Flickr Iguazu Falls

Source: Flickr Iguazu Falls

Service teams are better arranging shipments to optimize bus seats. And this whole new organization has already saved 30% of fuel in recent days.

So you can rest easy during this period of the truckers' strike, because here in Foz do Iguaçu the truckers strike is not shaking our tourism! Do not forget to also search for hotel in Foz do Iguaçu, like the Tarobá Hotel!

Learn more about the Iguazu Falls

Source: Flickr Iguazu Falls

Source: Flickr Iguazu Falls

There is a legend that tells of two young Indians, Tarobá and Naipi, who fall in love and flee, but M'Boy, a snake-shaped god, did not want them to be together and as soon as he discovered that the two were leaving , it twisted inside the river and opened a huge crater, thus creating the Falls. Naipi became a rock at the center of the falls, always suffering from the impact of water, and Tarobá became a palm tree that stands at the end of the abyss above the entrance of a cave under the Devil's throat, where M 'boy always watches over the two young men.

This legend is well known by the city, so much so that there is a mural near the Tarobá Hotel that tells the same story with drawings! Be sure to check it out when you go to Cataratas JL Shopping, which is in front of this mural.

Source: Flickr Iguazu Falls

The first man to register the Falls was adventurer Alvãr Nuñes Cabeza de Vaca, at 1542 while commanding an expedition that would take him to Asunción in Paraguay. When he spotted the falls and shouted "Santa Maria, what beauty!", Thus baptizing the waterfalls of "Santa Maria Falls", but who gave the name to the jumps at the beginning were the Indians who had lived there for more than 2 thousand years, with the name of Yguazú, that means "great water".

Be sure to check out our posts where we talk a little bit more about Iguazu Falls and the Iguazu Falls! Let's leave them listed below:

• We have one of the Seven Wonders of Nature, Iguazu Falls!

• 11ª Cataract Half Marathon with special rates at Tarobá Hotel!

• Iguazu Falls or Argentina's Falls? Which one is worth the visit?

• Are you going to visit the Iguassu Falls? Know what to bring!

Source: Iguaçu National Park

Source: Iguaçu National Park

Be sure to check out more of our posts on our site, we have posts every day, so do not miss them! Also check out our Facebook, where we always post the posts and several exclusive promotions!

And when you want to buy package tours and transportation, contact Combo Iguassu, the receptive tourism company that sells tour packages and transport with values ​​very much in mind!

Where to stay in Foz do Iguaçu

For those of you who want to stay in a hotel in Foz do Iguaçu, do not forget the Tarobá Hotel! Containing wonderful rooms, in which you will feel at home, our breakfast will make you want to stay here for a long time! Not to mention our heated pool.

Find out more about Foz do Iguaçu

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