The Brazilian side of Iguazu National Park is home to some incredible waterfalls and stretches over nearly half a million acres.
When we arrive at the Visitor Center, we’ll kick off the trip around the park by leading you to one of the tour buses. We’ll then drive to the main paths which stretch over 1,200m of the park and sit above the Iguazu river. From here, you’ll get a panoramic view of the Argentine side of the falls: the perfect spot to take some photos.
Continuing along this route, you’ll get to see the Cañón del Río Iguazú, Salto Rivadavia, Tres Mosqueteros and many others. Towards the end of the route, you’ll also see the lower part of the river and the impressive Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Gorge). The walkway ends beside Salto Floriano, from where you can take either a number of stairs or an elevator straight down to the car park or up to shops and restaurants.
Helicopter flight: The flight lasts around 10 minutes and gives you a stunning aerial view of the falls surrounded by lush, native plants. Seeing the falls like this allows you to fully take in their magnitude and beauty, as well as their unique structure.
The Argentinian falls
Iguazú River Canyon
The Devil’s Gorge
After our tour of the falls we’ll head back to the entrance for our helicopter flight. This will last 10 minutes, however the start time does depend on when we arrive so there is not an exact schedule.
Transfers to and from
The helicopter flight is only possible with the Private Brazilian Iguazu Falls Tour.
There is a minimum of three and a maximum of four passengers per flight, so some groups may have to wait for more passengers.
The flight will not operate if it is raining.
Before travelling, please check whether you need a VISA to enter Brazil and ensure you have this with you if so.