The Iguazu (also called Iguassu) Falls are composed of 275 separate cascades, which make it the largest broken waterfall in the world. Made up of a chain of waterfalls that are fed by the Iguazu River, this powerful phenomenon sits on the border of Argentina and Brazil.
Set amongst lush forests, this is a truly breath-taking spectacle as thousands of litres of water tumble down the steps of the Parana Plateau.
A highlight of any visit to the Iguazu Falls is a stop at Devil’s Throat, a narrow u-shaped chasm that offers excellent photographic opportunities.
Named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984, the Falls are one of the most impressive sights in the world, with a breathtaking 275 cascades that spread across a gulf of nearly two miles (3 kilometres).
The Iguazu Falls are surrounded by a lush sub-tropical rainforest that is home to over 2 000 species of vascular plants, an impressive array of birds such as colourful parrots and toucans, thousands of butterflies and mammals such as tapirs and howler monkeys.
Be sure to experience the Iguazu Falls from Argentina and Brazil. The Argentinean side of the Falls allows for an awe-inspiring and up-close encounter, whilst the Brazilian side boasts exceptional panoramic views.
Summer (December – February)
Average temperature of 26°C/78°F
Winter (June – August)
Average temperature 17°C/62°F