What To Expect
After crossing the Argentina/Brazil border we arrive at the entrance of Iguazu Falls National Park and to the Visitors Center. There we buy the entrance fee ticket and board a double Decker bus to go inside the National Park jungle.
Get off the bus to explore this side of this fabulous Park with your professional tour guide and get the best panoramic views on the Falls. Take the walkway just in front of the river and get close to many waterfalls such as Floriano, Deodoro, Benjamin and Santa Maria Falls on your way to the spectacular Devil's Throat. There are many viewpoints from where you can take great pictures!
You will be able to see monkeys and maybe iguanas and even snakes in the National Park rain forest.
Then admire the most impressive waterfall of the National Park - the Devil's Throat or Garganta del Diablo - from the last platform above the water just in front of the fall. Take the panoramic glass elevator to the top of the Devil's Throat, views are stunning!
Meet the rest of the group next to the elevator and take the double decker bus back to the entrance of the National Park.
We will have a stop for lunch at a typical Brazilian churrasqueria with a range of more than 30 cold dishes and grilled meats. Then comes the second - and most exciting - part of our day trip: an absolutely mind blowing 10-minutes flight over Iguazu Falls National Park.
Thrilling and informative, this helicopter flight gives a completely different and unique perspective of the amazing waterfalls.
The pilot will make sure all the passengers get incredible views over the falls going up and down these incredible waterfalls several times. The wide windows will allow you to embrace the view, marvel at the incredible power of these falls and take lots of pictures.
Hotel pick up from most hotels in Puerto Iguazu (Argentina) and Foz do Iguassu (Brazil)
Guided 2-hour walking tour of the Brazil side of Iguazu Falls National Park
Entrance fee to Iguazu Falls National Park
Meals and Drinks
Tips and Gratuities
The Iguazu Falls National Park, Brazil side and the heliport are located in Foz de Iguassu, Brazil. Customs requirements to enter Brazil: Identity card needed in the form of an ID. If not a citizen of Argentina, a passport with a Brazilian Visa is needed according to International Agreements currently enforced.
Citizens from the United States, Australia and Canada visiting Argentina for tourism or business must pay a reciprocity fee and will have to present the payment receipt at the Immigration control when entering Argentina from Brazil.
Helicopter flights are subject to weather conditions. In the event of a cancellation due to bad weather a full refund will be offered.
Make sure to bring comfortable shoes, sun block, sunglasses.
Children 2 years old and below are free of charge provided they do not occupy a seat.
Entrance fee to Iguazu Falls National Park is not included in tour price. There is an additional fee of USD 38.00 per person payable on site. For Argentinians and Mercosur residents; USD 30.00 per person. For children aged 2 to 11; USD 6.00 per person.
The following information is required at time of booking:
Complete name as on passport
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3 days / 2 nights
8 hours and 30 minutes