Iguazu FallsApprox. Time: 3 hours
Activity Level: Easy to Moderate

The Iguaçu Falls are in the coastal mountains of Paraná and Santa Catarina Iguaçu. The name means "great waters", and these falls are said to be even more impressive than Niagara. This magnificent array of waterfalls is located in Southern Brazil in the state of Parana on the border between Argentina and Brazil. They stretch for 2.5 miles plunging 82 meters into Iguaçu River. One of the best places to view the Iquacu Falls is from the Brazil side where visitors can walk out onto a path along the river bank that end at the base of “Devil’s Throat.” La Garganta de Diablo is the place in the falls where rainbows appear. This is the largest waterfall amongst all the falls. You can take a guided boat ride through this fall.

Courtesy of the Brazil Tourism Board