You can visit these Iguazu National Park, either, from Foz do Iguaçu (Brazil) or from Puerto Iguazú (Argentina). The Argentinian and Brazilian Iguazu parks are listed separately on UNESCO World Heritage Sites. We recommend you visiting waterfalls from both countries. The total height of the waterfalls varies from 197 to 269 ft (60-82 m). Besides this famous attraction, you would also be fascinated by the amazing forest which surrounds Iguazu Falls. Many wild animals live in the Iguazu national park including toucans, monkeys, parrots, leopards or tapirs.

What can you expect:

Nature & wild animals Iguazu national park rating - 5 stars - nature - tauri travel

Adventure Iguazu national park rating - 3 stars - adventure holidays - tauri travel

Culture Iguazu national park rating - 1 star - culture - tauri travel

Historical heritage Iguazu national park rating - 1 stars - historical heritage - tauri travel

– Iguazu waterfalls,

– numerous species of wild birds and other animals,

– stunning landscapes,

– Puerto Iguazú,

– Foz do Iguaçu,

– National Parks.

– walking,

– sightseeing,

– animal watching.

Tours to Iguazu National Park

Backpacking for 3-10

A bite of culture and a sip of nature

Guided backpacking tour operated in private services. You can expect constantly changing scenery and environment which will make you speechless.
16 days
Ecuador
12 years

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Average monthly temperatures

Average min and max temperatures in Puerto Iguazú, Argentina

What are the average prices in Iguazu?

Check out this link. Here, you will find information about average prices of food, transportation, housing, entertainment and more in Iguazu. 🙂 This surely will help you to get ready for visiting this city!

What are the entry requirements to Argentina & Brazil?

If you are a holder of a British passport, you can read about entry requirements to Argentina and Brazil here. This article is prepared by Tauri Travel team based on information available on gov.uk. If you don’t have a British passport, contact us on, e.g. Messenger and we will try to help you with finding reliable information. 🙂

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