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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

More Warnings and Dangers in Parque Nacional do Iguaçu

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"walking on water"

The strongest sensation from the brazilian side is caught by crossing the tiny wooden bridge over the river. Be warned: nor even your poncho will free you from getting really wet, and the sensation of...
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Kingdom of the Mist

The mist and haze are present everywhere in the falls. So, be prepared to wear your raincoat all the time, or to get wet. Of course, you have the solution of buying locally a light poncho, not...
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Quati / Cuati: Agressive Food Hunters

While anyone has trouble passing up a small furry animal, the fact is that these little guys should be ignored as much as possible. They are agressive when looking for food, and will climb up people's...
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The Hazards of Heat

The sun in the tropics is stronger than anywhere else, even when it doesn’t feel that way and even when the sky is overcast. The higher temperatures can quickly break down the body's normal responses,...
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Jogue o Lixo Na Lixeira

The National Park is filled with plenty of interesting wildlife, and because of this, travellers are required to be a little more responsible about where they put their refuse. In most locations, an...
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Respect nature

-Please treat the animals with respect and do not feed them. Human food is not good for them. The animals can get ill or even die from human food. -It's a good tip as wel to keep your bags away from...
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Wildlife

Because it is located in a protective area, Parque Nacional do Iguacu has a great abundance of flora and fauna. However, the profusion of tropical plants makes spotting the creatures that much more...
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The gangways

The trail to the waterfalls is a loooong way; the gangways, besides, have many steps, so if you have any walking problems, better take the bus and get off at the belvederes.The gangways are narrow, so...
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Native fauna

The National Park is a protected area; wild life must be respected, so do not take any plant and do not feed the animals. Several researchs have demostrated that the "coaties" have health disorders...
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Prepare to walk

When I visited in October of 2003, the elevator that brings you back up to the bus after you've viewed the Devil's Throat was not working. Construction crews were working hard and there were signs...
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Peligroso . . . caution in Ciudad del Este

There are over 200 murders a year in Ciudad del Este, a city with a population of under 100,000!! Yikes. Sounds like a dangerous spot. Yep, if you decide to cross over the Friendship Bridge connecting...
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Animals

There is an animal coming to us most of the time cause people keep on feeding them. they might be dangerous if not treated in a friendly manner. If someone knows the name of this animal, please, let...
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Dress for the occassion ;-)

Ladies, leave your see through blouses, your leather shoes, leather handbags, anything that's not waterproof in your hotels before heading here. As for your spouse, if he looks great without his top,...
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drink enough water

The weather is hot at Iguacu and with a lot of walking you can get dehydrated. I went through 5 bottles of water and near heat stroke since I wasn't used to the weather (it was very cold where I had...
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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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