Iguazú Falls

Iguazú Falls

Iguaz Falls are located on Argentina’s border with Brazil, with Iguazu National Park on the Argentine side and Iguaçu National Park on the Brazilian side. These massive waterfalls, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are probably one of South America’s most beautiful views.

Visitors may get up up and personal with the thunderous falls thanks to a network of easily accessible walkways and viewing platforms, some of which are located near the bottom of the falls, known as the Devil’s Throat.

Iguazu is made up of between 150 and 300 separate falls along its roughly three-kilometer edge, a number that varies depending on the season, with heights ranging from 60 to 82 metres and each one as beautiful as the next. It’s reasonably easy to visit, especially if travelling from Buenos Aires, because it’s served by an international airport in Argentina (as well as one in neighbouring Brazil).