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:: IGUAZU FALLS ::

The Iguazú Falls, popularly called in Argentina as “Cataratas” or “Iguazú Falls”, are a group of waterfalls that are located on the Iguazú River, on the border between the province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Paraná
The Iguazú River, which means large water in Guaraní, flows into the Paraná, creating a water layer 1,500 meters wide, which splashes islands and islets until it reaches a lava ravine formed 120 million years ago.
The Iguazú National Park preserves the greatest biodiversity in the ecoregion of the Paraná jungle of the country.
During the course of the year, the temperature generally ranges from 12 ° C to 32 ° C in summer and 14 ° C in winter. Therefore, the most favorable time to visit the Park is simply… all year round.
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:: GARGANTA DEL DIABLO :: desde USD 15.-
:: GARGANTA DEL DIABLO :: desde USD 15.-
The Tour to Garganta del Diablo begins aboard the Train, with open-air wagons to breathe the jungle environment and make contact with countless butterflies that fly over it, in a landscape made up of jungle and river.
A walk full of emotion where little by little you hear a roar that fills you with emotion, when you discover for the first time the most impressive and majestic waterfall in the Park, with more than 80 meters high and its abundant flow
Coatíes, toucans, magpies, waterfall swifts, turtles, agoutis, jotes, lizards, biguás and benteveos ... They all coexist in a unique natural universe, to marvel through walkways over the Upper Iguazú River, which take you to the mist and the unique energy of the Devil's Throat.
:: DEVIL'S THROAT BALCONY :: desde USD 15.-
:: DEVIL'S THROAT BALCONY ::  desde USD 15.-
Jumps of more than 150 meters in length with a drop of more than 80 meters in height (like a 30-story building). The fall converges in the shape of a horseshoe and has an average flow of 1,500 cubic meters per second (enough to fill 36 Olympic swimming pools in just 1 minute). This huge body of water moves visitors from all over the world.

- Ride time: 2 hours
- Features: Length 2200 meters (round trip)
Accessibility 100% through footbridges
- HOW TO GET
You can board the Ecological Train of the Jungle or take the tour on foot

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