Marcelo da Rocha - Private Guide in Iguassu Falls
Bird Park, Itaipu Hydroelectric power plant, Boat Ride in Iguazu, Falls Helicopter Ride, Paraguay, Sport fishing, Dinner show, Typical restaurants, Birdwatching, Guarani Jesuitic Misions...Professional
Languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
I'm anxious waiting for my first booking on this website, where my first customers will have a surprise gift!!
Since childhood I always liked reading, insects, nature, birds, geology and cultures. In my teens I started to assemble a collection of insects. And I became interested more in Brazilian zoology, which some years later, was very helpful when I started working with tourists on a trail in the Iguassu National Park.
There I began to have contact with people from all over the world and improved my fluency in languages I had studied. I am currently a freelance guide with five years experience in the three borders. Since I have no talent to play I focus more on giving good information on flora, fauna, history, geography and current data on Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.
I do work with birdwatchers, naturalists, and I travel regularly to the ruins of the Jesuit Guarani missions which I also appreciate very much.
I am also prepared to help visitors choose hotels that suit different needs. Just as in selecting vehicles for sightseeing in the land of the Iguassu Falls.
Best services in the three borders, Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. Enough knowledge on flora, fauna, history of the region. Service friendly with the duty to be the best host in the region. Culture, leisure, respect and trust in a guide only.
- Iguassu Falls on the argentinian side
- Guided Bird Park
- Paraguay. Across the river, another world!
- Iguassu Falls from the Brazilian side
- Steakhouse Rafain Latin American Show
Latest Customer's Opinions:
Marcello rocks as a tour guide. He met us at the Argentina airport and took us for a tour of the Brazilian Falls plus 3 corners, the dam, and a place for Brazilian BBQ dinner at the end of the trip. He is not only a guide, but a wealth of information as we were hiking. We couldn't walk more than 20 yards without him pointing out the nature around Iguazu. We were also most grateful for him in assisting us in getting the Argentina reciprocity fee paid online in Foz. (We arrived in Argentina via a cruise ship and didin't need to pay the fee; but by the time we were in Iguazu, the government had implemented the fee at all borders! Whew - glad he helped us!) We missed him the following day while hiking independently on the Argentina side - Where's Marcello???? We loved his enthusiasm and knowlege of everything in the area! You won't be disappointed with his tour!