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Reasons to Visit

Iguazu Falls

Twice as wide and a third taller than Niagara, the Iguazu Falls are one of South America's most extraordinary sights. Vast torrents of water thunder over a horseshoe-shaped natural fault in the Iguazu River, bordering Brazil and Argentina amid subtropical rainforest, in which over 2,000 species of plants and hundreds of types of animals thrive. More than two hundred and fifty separate waterfalls are spread out along 1.7 miles of the river, the most famous of which is the awesome Devil's Throat. At 700 metres long and over 80 metres high, it is undoubtedly the epicentre of the action, where visitors are soaked by the constant spray caused by the incomprehensible and unrelenting volume of water which pours over the the side and into the foamy abyss. Here, rainbows regularly form to add the finishing touch to a spectacular show.

Specialist Knowledge

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Accommodation
in Iguazu Falls

Sheraton Iguazu

Located within the Iguazu National Park with views of the falls

Panoramic Iguazu

A Luxury hotel located close to the Iguazu Falls with panoramic views on the Parana and Iguazu Rivers

Iguazu Grand Casino

Esturion

Loi Suites

Yacutinga Lodge

If you love being in the heart of the rain forest, this is the lodge for you

Aguape Lodge

Superb wetland bird and wildlife watching opportunities abound on the shores on Ibera Lagoon

La Cantera

Located in the rainforest, 15 minutes from the falls. A wonderful place to relax and experience nature