Why choose this tour?
This excursion includes transfers and a ticket to enjoy the experience.
Get ready for an evening at the Itaipú Hydroelectric Dam! At the Central Viewpoint, you’ll be part of a dazzling spectacle of lights and music, where the dam transforms into a canvas of colors and emotions.
This excursion offers not only an amazing visual show but also a documentary video about Itaipú, and you’ll have the chance to explore the dam at night.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to experience Itaipú like never before. Book your spot as soon as possible, as availability is limited.
Remember that this activity takes place only on Fridays and Saturdays, with some exceptions during peak months. We suggest consulting your provider for the exact dates for each month.
|▶ Starting Time
|1hs to 4hs
|🚴 Type of Tour
Your experience at the Itaipú Hydroelectric Dam during the night adjusts according to the season, with specific schedules for summer and winter.
19:30: Check-in and accreditation at the Visitor Reception Center.
20:45: Boarding the designated vehicles.
21:00: Departure to the Hydroelectric Central.
21:30: Start of the “Monumental Illumination” Show.
22:00: Return to the Visitor Reception Center, and back to the hotels.
18:30: Check-in and accreditation at the Visitor Reception Center.
19:45: Boarding the designated vehicles.
20:00: Departure to the Hydroelectric Central.
20:30: Start of the “Monumental Illumination” Show.
21:00: Return to the Visitor Reception Center, and back to the hotels.
One hour before your scheduled check-in time, a vehicle will pick you up from your hotel in Foz do Iguaçu or Puerto Iguazú to take you to the Itaipú Dam.
The experience begins with your arrival and accreditation at the Reception Center. Then, you will board vehicles that will transport you to the dam. There, you will witness the dazzling light show that illuminates the dam, a spectacle lasting about half an hour. Finally, you will return to the Reception Center.
The visit is suitable for all ages and is conducted in Portuguese, but it’s enjoyable for everyone. It’s recommended to wear appropriate clothing for the evening and to bring documentation in case you need to cross the border on your way there or back.
Yes, of course, the site offers various facilities for people with reduced mobility, and most of the activity takes place inside vehicles.
Yes, but keep in mind that the loud noises from the music and light show may be uncomfortable for them.
No, this excursion is not available during those dates.