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Iguazu






Situated 300kilometers away from Posadas City ,the capital of the province, Iguazu offers the greatest spectacle of waterfall and forests on the earth. There are flight flying directly to th Iguazu International Airport which makes it easier to reach this natural beauty.
The city has a lot to offer its tourists, for example,the "Mbororé" and Natural Sciences Museums, Tres Fronteras Boundary Stone and the International Casino. However,the greatest treasure of Iguazu are its waterfalls and the forest circuits that have been well preserved. One of the wonders of nature the Iguazu waterfall is spread between Argentina and Brazil. One can just walk over and around the falling water or can hire a boat to visit the mouth of the majestic waterfall. The devil's throat is the point that offers the best and the greatest sight of the Iguazu . The view of the gushing water falling almost 230 feet below is a sight by itself. There are also provisions of helicopter rides for a more panoramic view of the waterfalls.

The Iguazu waterfall is surrounded by the Iguazu forest circuit which is undeniably one of the best natural locations in the world. This Iguazu forest is a home to a huge plethora of animals and the excellent temperature with minimum humidity make the location a perfect habitat for them. Iguazu ,however has other attractions as well which includes regions like, the Itaipu Dam,the Yacutinga Lodge Wild Conservatory and the San Ignacio Jesuit Mission Ruins.

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Last Updated on: May 15, 2017