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Iguazu Falls
Iguazu Falls
The IguazĂș Falls (which means GREAT WATER in Guarani language) is an area recognized worldwide for its impressive waterfalls framed by lush jungles, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, and it is one of the mostly recommended natural areas. It has 275 waterfalls, with heights ranging from 40 to 80 metres, shared between Argentina and Brazil, but most of them are on the Argentine side.
The National Park covers 55,000 hectares of rainforest where 2,000 species of plants and 400 varieties of birds "the third of the total existing in Argentina" live. Puerto IguazĂș is located 12 km away from the National Park, and due to its hotel infrastructure and services, it is the reference point for spending the night and going on various tours to the waterfalls and other areas of the region.