Iguassu Falls is located on the Border of Brazil and Argentina. About seventy percent of the falls are actually located in Argentina, but the 450,000 acres of Iguassu Falls National Park on the Brazilian side provides the most stunning views, easiest access, and the widest variety of attractions for visitors.
Being one of the world’s largest waterfalls, with 275 individual awe-inspiring drops, this panoramic destination has attracted locals, indigenous inhabitants, and tourists alike for centuries. The source of these falls, the Iguazu River, forms the boundary between Argentina and Brazil, making it a vital influence on both political and geographical structures in South America. This is nature at its finest.