Natural Heritage

Within the Iguazú National Park, located 18 Km. away from Puerto Iguazú and declared World Natural Heritage by the UNESCO in 1981, are the famous waterfalls. The river flowing waters fall from a height of 70 meters, through 275 falls, and over a 2.7 Km.-long area. The border with Brazil goes through the Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Throat), where many cascades produce sprays of water and colorful rainbows.

The National Park protects the subtropical vegetation surrounding the falls with over 2,000 plant species - gigantic trees, ferns, lianas, orchids, - 400 bird species - parrots, hummingbirds, toucans - jaguars and yacarés (caimans).

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