The power of nature
Declared one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Iguazú Falls are made up of 275 waterfalls that fall from different heights.
Despite the advances in technology and science, what really fascinates us, in the end, always has to do with nature. We evolve, we advance, but we always return to the basics: to the earth, to the primitive, to the marvelous. To the force of water, of the jungle, of animals in their own habitat. In the Iguazu Falls we find all that and much more. Declared one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Iguazu Falls are made up of 275 waterfalls that fall from different heights. It consists of more than 2 kilometers of waterfalls, of which the one with the greatest flow and the highest is the famous Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Throat), with 80 meters, whose majesty can be enjoyed from only 50 meters away. To the water is added the environment: an incomparable vegetal context that constitutes one of the most opulent natural landscapes in the world. There are two circuits to get to know the Falls: a lower one and an upper one; one that gets into the phenomenal landscape and another that allows you to appreciate it in all its splendour. In the lower circuit you reach the base of the falls, where you can feel the force of the water that, transformed into dew or steam, splashes the visitors. In the upper circuit, the panoramic views offered from the footbridges and the viewpoints allow us to take wonderful postcards that do not fit in any photo. It is very difficult to tell in words something as sublime as the experience of crossing the Iguazú Falls, a tour that we should all do at least once in our lives.