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Fly over the Iguazu Falls

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Fly over the Iguazu Falls in a helicopter for breathtaking views over the entire length of the cataracts.

Iguazú Falls, when seen from the ground, offers an amazing perspective on this, one of the globe’s most dynamic and spectacular natural phenomena. But since there are 275 separate falls tumbling over rainforest-shrouded granite cliffs, extending over 2.7km, at ground level you can’t really get a comprehensive impression of just how gargantuan the cataracts really are. So why not take to the sky for a bird's eye perspective?

Hop into a helicopter for just ten minutes, and prepare your mind to be blown by the sight of the foaming waters as they crash downwards in a vortex of power. You’ll be able to appreciate their natural location in an untouched national park environment of tight tropical jungle, and observe the tiny pinpricks of boats venturing to the water’s edge while exotic birds wheel above.  

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