The Iguazu Falls

The Iguazu Falls

The Iguazu Falls

The Iguazu Falls are considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Listed as a World Heritage Site, consists of 275 waterfalls in the Iguazu River, which in turn in that stretch is the border between Brazil and Argentina (20% are on the Brazilian side, the rest in Argentina).

Iguazu National Park on the Argentine side offers the possibility of visiting the falls from different angles.

In the region of Iguazu rains all year round, but are much more intense precipitation between November and May. Between May and September minimum temperatures can fall pretty at night. During the day always seems to be hot.

The high season is July and August, which is when they are most crowded. Between November and February, the heat makes the visit more difficult.

Sometimes it can be a little frustrating visit the falls and see that they have few waterfalls, either by drought or by the management of the two dams that are in Brazil, for irrigation and power generation. In times of flood given that cataracts are just a big waterfall, making it spectacular.

The Iguazu Falls 2

The coatis, lizards large and several bugs abound in the area, will eat your food if you offer it. It may be fed as they are a bit violent, furthermore, is prohibited.

The visit to the falls has 3 traditional rides: The lower ride, The upper ride and of course the most important leap view of all that is the Devil’s Throat.

With strategically placed balconies allow visitors to have contact with nature surrounding it and thus experience a unique feeling.

All months for 5 nights are also full moon rides…

Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, now receives an amount of over a million tourists a year.

They are one of the most visited destinations in Brazil and in Argentina. The beauty of natural accident is so impressive that will surprise on more than one occasion. Really worth going to see them, and for you to know Niagara…. these will surprise you infinitely more.

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