- Panoramic helicopter tour of Iguassu Falls from Foz do Iguaçu
- The ultimate way to see this incredible natural wonder
- Enjoy bird's-eye views of Devil's Throat and San Martin Waterfall
- Complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off included
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This trip lasted ten mins. but was great. I got a front row seat and had a great view of the falls. It is expensive but then how often will you do this in your life
great tour very well organised ....thoroughly enjoyed it!
My facebook pictures says it all! From a helicopter you get a breath taking view of the massive falls like no other!
I saw the falls from both the Brazilian and Argentinian sides and this is a must see but the day was enhanced with the fact that we also got the chance to see the falls from the sky...AMAZING!
Great trip ..shirt and sweet but all u need
See the Iguazzu Falls from the air gives you a whole different perspective. What an amazing experience, thoroughly recommended. Only compliant, the flight is not long enough.
Great, great, great! A MUST when you arrive in this magic place!
After the helicopter Tour, you can choose to visit their Birds Park or take a walk in the National Park along the falls, both located at the same place.
Little minus, there is no drop off back to the hotel included. Arrive on the site with some cash as you will need to return on your own with a local taxi, which for that matter are totally overpriced!!!
An excellent tour - pilot ensured both sides of the aircraft were given viewing access to the falls scene by turning and flying back in the opposite direction on two occasions.
It was the best we did really amazing
It was somehow expected but still absolutely thrilling experience. Hard to reccommend , which time of the day is the best, but prepare for some lines at the site anyway. After lift-off you will have 10 minutes with superb views. They try to sell you DVD after this whole thing, worth those dollars, as this contains more than just your own trip video. Try to get to first row- they prefer women, though:)