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The Iguazu Waterfalls are located in the Iguazu National Park which is shared by Argentina and Brazil. This area is surrounded by subtropical forest with many cascades and rivers and an amazing variety of flora and fauna. In the Iguazu Falls there are 275 cascades of up to 70 meters high, which are formed by the water flowing from the Iguazu river. The most amazing waterfall is the Devil’s Throat which produces a deafening sound.

The city of Puerto Iguazu is located in the northern part of the province of Misiones, Argentina. Iguazu has a close link with its neighbour countries, Brazil and Paraguay; it is situated at the confluence of the Parana and Iguazu rivers.

Puerto Iguazu has a variety of hotels, a casino, restaurants, campings, cafes and all what a tourist may need. It has an important tourist-services network at an international level and it is the starting point for different activities and visits to the Iguazu National Park and Iguazu Waterfalls.

In this region there are many activities to do. Puerto Iguazu offers different activities for those who are looking for nature and peace and also for those who enjoy adrenaline and entertainment. Horse riding through the forest, navigating the Parana and Iguazu rivers, visiting the Bertoni Museum, hiking, traveling through the forest, rafting.

Undoubtedly the Iguazu Waterfalls and part of the Iguazu National Park are one of the most beautiful places on Earth. They are considered as one of the Seven Wonders of the World due to their size, the wonderful flora and peace.


Climate

The climate in this region is subtropical with high levels of humidity, and an annual average temperature of 20°C due to the rivers Iguazu and Parana, and the Itaipu dam. The warmest months are from October to April, while the coolest months are in winter, but climate is always warm.


When to travel?

Any time of the year is adequate for traveling to Iguazu because the Waterfalls are always breathtaking. During the rainy months from January to March there is a greater amount of water. In case you could make your trip coincide with the full moon, a stroll in the moonlight round the waterfalls will be an extra bonus for your trip.


How long?

We suggest staying two nights in Iguazu, to visit the waterfalls on both sides, Argentine and Brazilian. In case you were to do other activities such as the San Ignacio Jesuit Ruins or the semi-precious stone mines in Wanda, we recommend adding an extra night.


Unmissable attractions

Iguazu Waterfallson the Argentine and Brazilian sides (the panoramic view is completely different from one side and the other), navigating in a motorboat under the cascades and watching the great variety of native fauna.

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