Magnificent Iguaçu Falls, one of the largest groups of waterfalls in the world, offers a stunning horseshoe of 275 individual waterfalls straddling the border of Brazil and Argentina. The falls are located in a national park and were placed on the World Heritage list by UNESCO.
On the Brazilian side of this Seven Wonders of the Natural World, the park spans 18,000 hectares of lush greenery. It is full of walking trails and scenic lookouts from where the falls can be photographed and admired.
On the Argentine side you will discover Devil's Throat, which thrills onlookers as the largest set of waterfalls of Iguazu Falls Park. The tour starts with a quick train ride from the park’s central station to Parque Nacional Iguazu, followed by an approximate 2km walk along raised walkways that lead to the Devil's Throat. Along this route, travelers see a spectacle unequaled and considered one of the greatest natural wonders of the world.