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Iguazu Falls - Brazil

The Iguazu Falls is a natural spectacular water show with 275 cascading waterfalls stretching over two kilometers along surrounded by dense forest with diverse wildlife, it is no wonder it has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site and voted as one of the 7 New Natural Wonders of the World. Iguazu Falls is situated in the Iguazu National Park which falls partly in Argentina and partly in the state of Parana, Brazil. It can be accessed from both Brazil and Argentina and it is worth seeing the falls from both the Brazilian and Argentinean sides as they present a different experience both equally wonderful. Probably not as famous as the Niagara Falls in North America, Iguazu Falls is twice as big in terms of the water flow. The Iguazu Falls are home to an extraordinary flora and fauna that can be explored thanks to guided tours both in the water and in the forest. There are clear tracks around the waterfalls so you can wonder around to explore this by yourselves if you prefer. The most spectacular time to visit is generally between March and September when the Falls is at its fullest. You will not only see the falls, but you will hear it from afar, and you will no doubt get a little wet or even drenched as no one can resist walking near the falls in the fine mist of water that surrounds it. In order to grasp the sheer size of the falls and its beauty you should walk along the clear tracks whether you are on the Brazilian or Argentinean side. One huge advantage of the Brazilian side is the wonderful and pink Hotel das Cataratas, which is the only hotel situated within the park. There is no other place to stay if you are here for the falls. You and the other hotel guests will have the Falls all to yourselves before the park is opened and after it is closed every day. Go on the walkway along the canyon and if you really don't mind getting a little wet, continue on to the extension to the lower base of the Devil's Throat, a long and narrow chasm which has about half of the water flow. Its deafeningly loud but should not be missed. Other activities include organizing a visit across the border, spending some time in the forest with a guided tour or getting right into the water to cruise under the Falls- another spectacular way to experience it. The view of the falls from the Brazilian side is generally described as more panoramic and you will have the best view over the so called the Devil´s throat but it is worth going across the border for a more intimate encounter that is equally spectacular.