To the north of the province of Misiones, on the border with Brazil, are the majestic Iguazú Falls: one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and, without a doubt, one of the most spectacular places in Latin America.
Its location in the middle of the jungle and its enormous volume of water, and numerous waterfalls, make it an unforgettable and must-see place on any trip to Argentina.
The National Park was created in 1934 and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. It also received the mention of Important Areas for the Protection of Birds.
It offers a wide variety of hotels not only in the city but also inside the jungle, and even an exclusive one inside the Iguazu National Park.
Although the main attraction are the waterfalls, Iguazu has a vast range of options to enjoy its jungle, tradition, and culture.
Its main dishes are made from local fish, such as dorado, surubí, pacú, paty, and manguruyú. The most common ways of cooking these fish are grilled, baked, or in "milanesa" (breaded).
DID YOU KNOW?... The Iguazú National Park offers a unique experience every month; it opens at night to take a walk through the walkways. The end of the tour rewards the visitor with the Devil's Throat illuminated by the moon. This phenomenon allows us to observe how the moon changes its color from orange to white as it reaches higher altitudes. It is a walk that combines mystery with splendor and promises a different evening.