The Iguaçu Falls, on the border between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, are an unforgettable spectacle.
Meandering 400 miles west from its source in the coastal mountains of Paraná and Santa Catarina, the Rio Iguaçu finally widens and falls over an area of one mile, thundering 240ft down to the river below.
Iguaçu is wider than Victoria Falls, higher than Niagara and, in the opinion of most, more beautiful than either.
Many argue over which country offers the best views of the Falls, and you will get to view them from various angles, allowing you to decide. On the Brazilian side, the best panoramic view is undoubtedly from Garganta do Diablo (Devil’s Throat) or see the falls from the river itself, and even from the air.
We consider Iguaçu to be a year round destination as the falls are even more impressive in the rainy season and visitors aren’t so concerned if there’s no sun