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Travellers to Foz do Iguacu are generally all there for one thing - to witness the spectacular Iguacu Falls. One of the great wonders of the natural world, the falls extend over a two mile stretch of pure grandeur on the Brazilian-Argentine border. What’s more, they’re situated at the heart of a huge national park. Another wonder, this time man-made, that also draws visitors to Foz do Iguacu is the Itaipu Dam, making the city the perfect place to stay for anyone looking to be truly awestruck by this world of ours.
Iguacu Falls — The primary draw to Foz do Iguacu, the falls are one of Brazil’s most renowned and iconic attractions. Just to give you a sense of their scale, simply consider that the volume of water that passes over the falls is three times that which flows over Niagara Falls. With numerous trails through the park, as well as a number of boat tours available, the falls are an absolute must for all visitors to Foz do Iguacu.
Parque das Aves, Park of the Birds — This ecological sanctuary near to the entrance of the falls is home to a huge selection of exotic bird types. With trails taking you through vast aviaries that blend seamlessly with the park itself, it’s a unique opportunity to see approximately 900 birds from 180 species. What’s more, with butterfly and reptile sections as well, the park offers a wonderful opportunity to get up close and personal with the area’s incredible wildlife.
Itaipu Dam — To experience an awe inspiring monument to human endeavour, the Itaipu Dam is very hard to beat. Hailed as one of the seven wonders of the modern world by the American Society of Civil Engineering, the dam is also in fact the largest electric power generator in the world.
Three Borders Landmark — Foz do Iguacu is located right on the border of three countries - Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. This incredible spot boasts a landmark on each side of the three borders. From here you’ll be able to enjoy staggering views into each nation as well as imposing cargo freighters charting the waters of the river below.
The Iguacu Falls are home to a litany of sights that will take your breath away. The Salto do Macuco, or Tinamou Drop, is a tiny lake that fills from waters that cascade over a 20 metre drop. Whether you approach on foot or via electric car, you can then take to the water in a boat that takes you so close to the falls that you’ll receive a ‘wet blessing’. The Devil’s Throat is one of the world’s most incredible sights. Here, having trekked across a 1000 metre walkway over the placid Rio Iguacu, you’ll discover a surging torrent of water vanishing into a seemingly bottomless pit. And with the whole scene clothed in plumes of mist it’s a unique and breathtaking experience that’s not to be missed.
If all the trekking and sightseeing isn’t enough, Foz do Iguacu also offers a number of water parks for you and all the family to enjoy. For something a little more daring you should head into the Iguacu jungle, and in particular the Las Cateratas station. Here you’ll be able to get the adrenaline pumping by indulging in some abseiling or even whitewater rafting. If the great outdoors is your thing, then Foz do Iguacu is almost impossible to beat.