Head across the border to the Brazilian side of the Falls for a thrilling helicopter tour of the area. You'll have a birdseye view of the spectacular falls, soaring over the massive cascades of water. The Iguacu Falls are formed by the Iguacu River, which rises in the Brazilian city of Curitiba, the capital of Parana, and continues 1,320 kms from East to West, winding its way through the state. 15 kilometres before joining the Parana River, the Iguacu flows over rough, uneven ground and then amidst exuberant forest, hurling itself into numerous and irregular falls extending over a total area of 2,700 square metres.
The Falls form a natural border between Brazil and Argentina. You will fly over the falls and the surrounding area, and through endless rainbows created by the spray. Next, transfer to the Brazilian Iguacu National Park for a guided walk to the Falls, where you will be treated to spectacular views. Be ready to be doused in water as you traverse the intricate set of walkways, bridges and staircases to view its most impressive parts which include Santa Maria, Deodoro and Floriano and the Devils Throat.
For a once in a lifetime opportunity to view the Falls from above, this is a great trip to do whilst on holiday in Argentina highly recommended.
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