Visit the amazing UNESCO site, Iguazu Falls (or Foz do Iguaçú in Portuguese), in Iguaçu National Park in Brazil, where you will see the most spectacular waterfalls you have ever seen. Among the park's 270 waterfalls, Devil's Throat combines 14 falls and in good weather it will generate a "perpetual rainbow."
The Iguazu Falls stretch in width for 2.7 kilometres and their heights vary between 60 metres and 82 metres which makes the Iguazu Falls taller than Niagara Falls and twice as wide.
By foot or by raft you can explore the view of this World Heritage designated park that stands majestically on the border between Brazil and Argentina.
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Iguaçu National Park
You can look at all the pictures in the world, but nothing will compare to seeing and feeling> these falls for yourself. This is truly one of the top natural wonders of the world, an amazing place, with its nature as the main attraction. Try to see the falls early in the morning and at sunset - a wonderful experience. And dont forget to bring a Poncho - you will need it once you get to the Devils Throat. There are a series of activities to be done inside the park, such as rafting, boat rides and more, but these all come at an extra fee that's not in the entrance ticket. Inside the park there are busses that take you to any spot in the park you need to go!
Parque das Aves
This bird park is an impressive facility that takes in injured birds or captured birds from the illegal pet trade and gives them a second chance. Since this is also a hospital for the birds, it has a human side, not just another animal show! There are so many birds, and each one is sweeter than the other, so you get a chance to get really close to them.
It is located close to the entrance to the national park, so there is no need for a separate journey for this beautiful and amazing experience.
Photo by Anagoria.
The Itaipu Eco-museum preserves the history of this power plant and the Brazilian area in which it was built.
Here, you'll find a collection of innovating exhibits, based on interactivity and unusual display resources like sets duplicating the past and scale models. Visitors follow a course divided into modules that present from the occupation of the power plant's area on the Brazilian side up to Itaipu's environmental conservation projects. The tour includes attractions that help you understand the dam's function in water and energy. There is also a replica of a running turbine axel that even includes typical noises from the plant's inner core. A panel of 3X4cm photos pay tribute to the people who worked in the construction of the hydroelectric power plant, which is very touching considering many died during the construction.
Itaipu 180" by Herr stahlhoefer
Sky Dive Foz
As Leonardo da Vinci said, "I tasted flight and I long to return to the sky."
Iguaçu is a perfect place for skydiving, you can see three countries while free falling! The staff are professional and very well prepared, and will fly with you if you don't have a license to do so alone. You have a short "training" session before the flight and then off you go together with your friendly instructors who will calm you down if you're nervous!
We highly recommend this if you're seeking to fill this check mark on your bucketlist. You wil probably never feel so alive, and you'll get to say you went skydiving in Brazil.
Photo Via SkyDive Foz
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