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Iguazu Falls is one of those unique places in the world where time seemingly stands still. Surrounded by tropical jungle and located along the international borders of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, Iguazu Falls is a world class destination that offers travelers everything from adventure to luxury. And travel from Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls has never been easier.
Things to Do in Iguazu Falls: Helicopter ride over the falls
A world heritage site and one of the new 7 Wonders of Nature, Iguazu Falls is truly a breathtaking sight to behold. With over 250 waterfalls that are shared between Argentina and Brazil, travelers will be sure to discover the perfect Iguazu experience. In addtion to the actual waterfalls, there are many things to do in Iguazu Falls. Take the Iguazu Eco-train and walk the “Circuito Inferior” through the national park and watch for monkeys and parrots in the trees; feel the refreshing mist of the Garganta del Diablo (Devil´s Throat) while walking alongside the falls, take in the sweeping panoramic vistas from the Brazilian side or from above in a helicopter and much more.
Things to do in Iguazu Falls: Watch for monkeys
One of the most adventurous things to do in Iguazu Falls trip is taking a boat cruise up the river and playing in the waves. You can’t help but smile as the thundering water falls from the sky and spashes deep into the river.
For something even more special, five days per month Say Hueque Argentina Tours offers Iguazu Falls tours by Moonlight. On this Iguazu adventure, discover the jungle as it comes alive under the moonlight. With guided walks along the trails to the Garganta del Diablo, one will marvel as the moon reflects on the flowing waters of Iguazu.
Things to Do in Iguazu Falls: Moonlight Tour of Iguazu
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