Iguaçu National Park
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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 98%Family Travelers
- 51%History Buffs
- 51%Nightlife Lovers
- 51%Adventure Travelers
- 51%Local Culture
Member Reviews (30)
- Iguaçu National ParkNov 19, 2013
Iguazu is a dramatic national park where Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay meet. Boasting close to 300 separate waterfalls and islands, the area itself is located mostly in Argentina, with the remainder in Brazil--both sections are UN World Heritage sites. Regardless of where you're coming from though, the falls are easily accessible from either country: Argentina has lots of well-maintained paths that take you up close to lots of different cascades, while Brazil has a long walkway along the bottom that affords breathtaking views. When I was there, the Argentinean park offered terrific boat tours of the canyon too.
- Iguaçu National ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6First to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Iguazú Falls, called Foz do Iguaçu in Portuguese, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, lie on the Argentina - Brazil border and are a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site. The name of the falls comes from the Guaraní word for "great water." A must see park and waterfalls!!! Simply just amazing!
- Iguaçu National Park