Iguassu Falls has been attracting visitors since the first European explorer stumbled across the area in the 1540s. in the 1930s more than 404,685 hectares (1 million acres) on the Brazilian side was made into a national park, and in 1985 the falls were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Located on the border of Paraná state, is one of the most famous attractions in all of Brazil. These 275 massive waterfalls are divided between Argentina and Brazil and Provide vastly different views and experiences depending on what side they are viewed from. The fine mist tossed up by all that falling water precipitates down and creates a microclimate of lush rainforest, with tropical birds and an abudant population of glorious butterflies. Within the surrounding city of Foz do Iguaçu the main tourist attractions go hand-in-hand with the exuberant scenery provided by nature. In the “Land of the Falls”, visitors can revel in the splendor of the natural forests, rivers and lakes, as well as the world’s largest hydroelectric work, the Itaipu Dam.
Hotel das Cataratas
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