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Overall rating
4.4 / 5
based on 317 reviews

This was the icing on the Iguazu falls cake.

The ride is very short, but in my opinion completely worth it. pilot flew around it from all angles and it felt like an adventure ride as well as a scenic tour all packed into one! Connected the perspectives of the Brazil and Argentinian side together into one amazing view. However, this ride should only be considered AFTER you already know that you will take a boat tour into the falls, as that experience was even better. side note - I did not think to check which country the helicopter took off from when I booked this, it is in Brazil right outside the entrance to the park. Travelers from the USA should know that as of June 2019, Visas are not required to cross over into Brazil if you are already staying in Puerto Iguazu (Argentina). I did a ton of stressing while not knowing if I would be able to get my last minute visa in Puerto Iguazu, reading a ton of different explanations on how to obtain one. Just a passport did fine to get across the boarder!

Guide Carlos Machain was disappointing as English Guide.

It was once in life-time opportunity to visit and see most beautiful Iguassu Falls from Brazilian side. Long walk - up and down - and was paced very nicely with given enough time to stop and take pictures. There were thousands of Butter Flies along the way that even sat on your clothes. The tour was excellent except for the Guide Carlos Machain. He took several minutes to explain in Spanish but when it came to explain the same thing in English he spent only a few seconds. This once-in-life opportunity would have been much more enjoyable if we had q better guide to explain everything in detail in English. You can't imagine this lack of a good guide to take time in explaining in English was so disappointing. This tour company GUIA needs to pay special attention to hire a Guides that takes time in explanation in English for those who don't speak or understand Spanish.

Falls great. Phone time changed-missed transfer.Guide good English

Be careful of your phone automatically changing from Argentinian to Brazilian (+1) time as it meant we thought we’d missed the transfer to the Brazilian side so left early! As my phone was showing 1400 when it was actually 1300. Also take enough drinks/food for 3/4 hours in the sun as there’s not much shade and not anywhere to get food/drinks on the walkways . Review though from what we did do: Easy to book, quick comms on email despite only booking 2 days before. Picked up on time, 0720, guide nice and good English (Mirian), nice air-conditioned coach. Around 25 people on the tour, a few different languages and it was quite busy in the park so it was tricky for her to keep track of everyone going at a different pace and we were slow (with baby - and you can take a pram, we just took a carrier but what we did manage to do was all accessible with a pram).

Iguazu is a once in a lifetime experience!

The Iguazu waterfalls are really a fantasti experience. Pictures can not capture these magnificent views and the sound of water masses all around you. The park is easy to navigate and ways are mostly flat to walk. What is really exciting is that you are so close to the falls sometimes almost in. I definitely recommend trying to see both the Argentinian and the Brazil side. Brazil walk is shorter so can be done in half a day. Overall I’d say to stay at least one night to have a full day on the Argentinian side. GetYourGuide was very well organized and all the transfers were flawless.

Terrific way to see both sides in one day

This tour was great for what we wanted - transportation to both sides of the falls and a basic orientation when we got there. Great communication, they emailed confirmation two days before and told our hotel when they'd pick us up. Only a handful of the group was going to both sides (most did just Argentina) and Romina was great about helping us make our own plan for the Argentine side so we'd be back at the entrance to catch the transfer to Brazil. The guides were terrific on both sides and we're glad we did the full tour in one day.

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