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"Iguassu Falls Brazilian Side: Macuco Safari
Helicopter"Iguassu Falls - Brazil side with Macuco and Helicopter Flight and Bird Park"Located a few kilometers from the union of the Iguassu and Paraná River the waterfalls will take your breath away with their size and strength. You will enjoy a panoramic helicopter flight. Thrilling informative this helicopter flight gives a completely different and unique perspective of the spectacular waterfalls.Ecological trails canyons
From $315.00
 
"Iguassu Falls Combo Tour: Off-Road Jungle Drive
"Iguassu Falls Combo Tour: Off-Road Jungle Drive Hike and Waterfall Boat Ride""Explore the Iguassu Falls region in a car on foot and from a boat -- what more could you want from a Brazilian adventure tour? Departing from your Foz do Iguaçu hotel you'll head first to Iguaçu National Park and hop in an open-top vehicle for a scenic off-road drive through the jungle. Your guide will point out different species of flora and fauna as you go and answer any questions you may have. Be on the lookout for bromeliads and centenarian trees. Wild animals inhabit the area as well
From $123.00
 
Iguassu Falls Sightseeing Tour from Foz do Iguaçu
"Leave Foz do Iguaçu behind and head into Iguacu National Park. One of the most incredible natural wonders on the planet Iguassu is taller than Niagara Falls – and twice as wide – and consists of 275 cascading falls spread out over nearly 2 miles (3.2 km) in a horseshoe shape. The average flow of the waterfalls amounts to approximately 2.6 million gallons (10 million liter Devil´s Throat is the largest waterfall in the region and is best seen from the Brazilian side. Here you'll watch as 14 falls drop 350 feet (107 meters) with such force that a 100-foot (30-meter) tall cloud of mist stays permanently suspended overhead. This is the area famous for rainbows and great photo opportunities abound!For a close-up view of the falls you can walk through the subtropical forest of Iguacu National Park to the base of Salto Floriano. Here you can take the elevator to the top of the falls
From $23.00

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World Heritage Site

Iguacu Falls are located in the region bounded by the municipalities of Iguassu Port (Argentina), Foz do Iguacu (Brasil) and Ciudad del Este (Paraguay). To preserve the falls and the surrounding...
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Devil's Gorge

Devil's Gorge is likely the reason why Iguaçú is so famous. This portion of the falls are as high as 85m tall (roughly 240 ft). Essentially a 24 story building high rush of water coming down. Add on...
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Move at a Snail's Pace

One of the most important things to do when you are visiting Parque Nacional do Iguaçu is to operate at the same pace as this picture here, a snail. On most vacations, Sarah and I try to pack as much...
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Legend of the Falls

The name of the falls comes from the Guarani Indian word meaning "great water." I love this little legend which the local Caingangue Indian tribe told to explain their origins: The Caingangues, who...
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The Falls at Iguaçu

There is really only one reason to come to Iguaçu, and that is to see these incredible waterfalls. I’d seen Niagara and thought that was impressive, but found these even more spectacular. I’m in good...
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Patience is a virtue

Make sure you give yourself plenty of time to explore and take lots and lots of photos if you have a digital camera, sometimes the lighting won't be quite right, sometimes you will catch an unexpected...
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Butterflies

We saw butterflies all over the place when we took the Macuco safari, flitting in and out of the trees, on the rocks, on the pathway, all in vibrant shades of reds, blues, yellows. Well, there were a...
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Beggars

If you visit the Park, you are more than likely to encounter at least one begging coati on the trails looking for some kind hearted tourist to throw them some food. The Park requests that you don't do...
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Visit Both Sides

Tourists pressed for time may decide to skip either the Argentine or Brazilian side of the falls. In my opinion, this is a mistake. Take the time to view the falls, and the surrounding jungle, from...
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Seven wonders

"...If I live to see the seven wondersI'll make a path to the rainbow's endI'll never live to match the beauty again...""Seven wonders" - Fleetwood Mac (fragment)I do not know if there is a pot of...
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Great paths

The path system in the Brazilian park is not as extensive as that of the Argentine park, but the way that the paths work they way down the cliffs up close to the falls is great. Along the way, there...
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Great views

People often compare the experience of visiting the waterfalls from the Brazilian side versus seeing them from the Argentine side. In my opinion, they are both excellent. While the view from Brazil is...
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Definitely stay two full days in Iguacu!

I have been in Foz do Iguacu several times due to that one of my uncles lives around 150kms away from Iguacu (in Brazil) and so we always went there by car and drovethe same day back to his house, so...
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The most spectacular falls in the world

Out of all the falls I've seen Iguacu has been the most spectacular in every way. The falls fall out of the jungle and are just amazing. 75% of the falls are loacted in Argentina and 25% in Brazil....
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Top 5 Parque Nacional do Iguaçu Writers

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acemj

"A rumble in the jungle . . ."
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andal13

"Iguaçu: the "Big Water""
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Bwana_Brown

"Iguacu Falls - nature's spectacle!"
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mindcrime

"panoramic views!"
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Willettsworld

"The Brazilian side of the Iguaçu Falls"
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