IGUAZÚ NATIONAL PARK, ARGENTINA Iguazú National Park is surrounded by the subtropical forest and is centered around the mighty Iguazú Falls, whose name is derived from the local language meaning "big water." The falls are composed of 275 individual drops, running nearly two miles along the border of Brazil and Argentina. The park was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984.
IGUAZU NATIONAL PARK (BORDER OF BRAZIL AND ARGENTINA) Iguazu National Park is located on the border between Brazil and Argentina, where the Iguazu River breaks into majestic cascades and mists the surrounding forest life.
Iguazu Falls is the beautiful center piece of Iguazu National Park. It is a set of amazing water falls ranging from 60 to 82 meters high on the Iguazu River. The image of these wondrous falls are unforgettable. They are what draws so many people into Iguazu National Park each year. It has been awarded the “New Seven Wonders of Nature” by the New Seven Wonders of the World Foundation.