Iguazu National Park
Iguazu is known for having some of the world’s most spectacular falls. A vertical drop stretching almost three kilometres along the Iguazu River creates cascades that fall from heights of 80 metres. Trails cut through the forest to spectacular viewpoints and boat rides take people closer. You have to come here to really understand their power, size and beauty, and to see that there’s more to this national park than this natural wonder.
This protected area of the Argentinean Misiones province bordering the Brazilian state of Parana encompasses swathes of subtropical rainforest home to coatis, jaguars and toucans.