Iguazú National Park is an enormous natural reserve, that´s home to more than 2,000 types of plants and 700 animal species, just 2 hour-flight from Buenos Aires. Since 2011, Iguazú Falls is one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature.

Cataratas del Iguazú are waterfalls from the Iguazú River on the border of Misiones, a province in the northeast of Argentina, and Paraná, a Brazilian state. Together, they form the largest waterfall system in the world. Made of 275 waterfalls of about 80 meters high, they constitute a unique natural scenery in the world. The magnificence is such that it even surprises those who know well Niagara Falls.

Puerto Iguazú is the closest city to the National Park and although it is small in size, it has the necessary tourist infrastructure to supply the needs of the thousands of annual visitors to the park.


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