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Iguazu Falls, Foz do Iguacu

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Must see · World heritage site · Waterfall · Nature / Park
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From miles away, you'll see mist rising up as the water from Iguazu Falls plunges a height of up to 90 m (295 ft). This total of 275 waterfalls form the largest chain of waterfalls around the globe. To minimize damage to the National Park's environment, you'll board a colorful bus to access the park and view the falls. An elevator allows you to descend to the lower falls where the water meets the pools. Walkways extend out over the falls to viewing platforms overlooking Devil's Throat, with picturesque panoramas all the way to Argentina on a clear day. As you climb a little bit closer to the falls, you'll feel the mist cooling your skin and see butterflies fluttering around the colorful rainbow illusions created by falling water. Use our Foz do Iguacu route maker website to add Iguazu Falls and other attractions to your Foz do Iguacu vacation plans.
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  • You wont regret for going, it is breathtaking ! Each step of the way is a new view of the falls , all of them super pretty until you arrive at "Garganta do diabo", that is the most impressive one! 
    You wont regret for going, it is breathtaking ! Each step of the way is a new view of the falls , all of them super pretty until you arrive at "Garganta do diabo", that is the most impressive one!  more »
  • The best waterfalls on this planet. I've seen Niagara Falls, Victoria Falls and other waterfalls, but this beats all of them by far! Have a look from both sides (Argentina and Brazil, as both are... 
    The best waterfalls on this planet. I've seen Niagara Falls, Victoria Falls and other waterfalls, but this beats all of them by far! Have a look from both sides (Argentina and Brazil, as both are...  more »
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  • Really one of the greatest wonders of the world, a must see. Great infrastructure, it's good for most people, just need to be careful with the weather, as it may get really hot and humid, some people may feel unwell. Light clothes and lots of water are recomended on warmer seasons.
  • The Brazilian side of the park is way better for those that are looking to take pictures of the waterfalls and really appreciate the grandeur of the falls with panoramic views. Skip lines by purchasing your ticket online and booking your bus ticket ahead of time as you have to book the bus to enter the main park walkways. Only a few hours is needed here unless you do the boat ride excursion.

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