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Situated between the Argentinian province of Misiones and the Brazilian province of Parana, the Iguazu Falls are one of the most visited natural attractions in the country. There are a total of 275 falls, the majority of which are situated in Argentina. The highest is the Devil's Throat, at 80 metres. There are a series of walkways from Puerto Canoas which allow observation of the falls, as well as the optino to take various excursions and boat trips. The local fauna us another great attraction of Iguazu. Over 450 species of birds have been sighted here plus 80 mammals including the jaguar and anteater. Iguazu Falls National Park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984 and was chosen for the New7Wonders project as one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
Visiting Iguazu Falls
“The organisation which included tours, transfers and internal flights was excellent. Local tour companies were spot on with communication and we had friendly English speaking tour guides throughout. We knew the trip would be 'full-on' to fit in everything scheduled but it was just fantastic and worth the effort.”
“‘Stunning locations and great to explore so much in such a short space of time.’
“‘The hotel in Rio was excellent and in an amazing position. The airport pickups were all waiting for us on arrival and the pickups and guides for the tours were all punctual, friendly and informative.’
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