Iguazu Falls is a breathtaking natural wonder located on the border between Brazil and Argentina. The falls are part of the Iguazu River and consist of a series of waterfalls that stretch for nearly 2.7 kilometers (1.7 miles). The falls are surrounded by lush, tropical rainforest, and the area is home to a wide variety of plant and animal life.
The Iguazu Falls are actually a collection of over 270 individual waterfalls, with the largest of these being the Devil’s Throat (Garganta del Diablo in Spanish). The falls are one of the largest and most powerful in the world, with an average flow of over 1.5 million liters (400,000 gallons) of water per second.
Visitors to Iguazu Falls can experience the beauty of the falls through a variety of activities, such as hiking, birdwatching, and boat tours. The area also offers a number of viewpoints that provide stunning panoramic views of the falls and surrounding jungle.
The falls are located within two national parks, the Iguazu National Park in Argentina and the Iguaçu National Park in Brazil, and are jointly managed by both countries. The parks are recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are committed to preserving the natural beauty and diversity of the falls and surrounding ecosystem.
The Iguazu Falls are an important tourist destination in South America, attracting visitors from around the world who come to marvel at their stunning beauty and power.