The largest sequence of waterfalls in the world, the mighty Iguassu Falls lie on the border of Brazil and Argentina, and are simply breath-taking. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Iguassu Falls are also listed among the New Wonders of the World.
Set among lush green rainforest, the horseshoe-shaped falls are at points 82m tall and stretch 2.7km wide – twice that of Niagara. As the force of the water plunges down into the long chasm of Devil’s Throat, it’s impossible not to be awed by the beauty and sheer power of nature. We discover the spectacle of Iguassu from both countries, exploring this natural wonder by a series of walkways which bring you very close to some of the cascades.
The lush tropical rainforest around Iguassu is home to a great diversity of wildlife, including the raccoon-like coati, toucans and other birdlife, and an amazing array of butterflies and other insects. Additional boat trips are available to heighten your Iguassu experience; you can book and pay for these locally if you wish.
This is a great adventure, and an unforgettable way to round off your experience in Brazil!