Iguazu Falls lie within Argentinian territory in Misiones province on the border, although, for sure view, from the Brazilian side is as amazing as Argentina if not more. To have a better view you can take the lift at the bottom of Salto Fliriano to get a better view of waterfalls.
As a matter of fact you can choose to see the view with helicopter from just 110 US Dollars, on the Brazilian side of the falls. Walkways have been built around the Iguazu to allow visitors get close up to this beautiful waterfall.
Iguazu falls will immediately get you super excited, catch your by surprise and turn you into one of its lifetime fans. Hundreds of thousands of people visit Iguazu every year and always more.
82 Meters height, 2.7 kilometers width, with 275 waterfalls/cataracts, it is the main factor of the largest waterfall on earth. The size, shape and scale of Iguazu U shape monster is unlike other waterfalls.
Some 3000 cubic meter of water flows over two seconds.
A close view of Iguazu (or Iguaçu) Waterfalls. The water marks the border between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. This photo was taken from the Argentinian side.
Visitors can reach the falls from Foz do Iguaçu in Brazil and Puerto Iguazú in the Argentina, or from Ciudad del Este in Paraguay. If you are going to visit the Iguazu fall from either Brazil or Argentina, make sure to check for visa requirements. If you are going to visit the waterfall From Brazil, check out with a tour agency and they will sort out your visa in half a day.
Visitors are encouraged to arrange tours in advance to make sure they have a smoother trip. Iguazu waterfalls have been used for few Hollywood movies.
If you are going to Brazil to see Iguazu waterfalls, you are recommend to go during spring or Autumn because summer is too hot and during winter the water level drops.
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