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The Iguazu Falls

Do you dream of a trip to Latin America? And are you fascinated by the extreme forces of nature? Then travel to Argentina or Brazil and experience the Iguazu Falls first-hand! Don’t cheat yourself out of the chance to see these vast waterfalls, which are located in the Brazilian Iguaçu National Park and the Argentinean Iguazú National Park.

Popular small group tours to The Iguazu Falls

The Andes & waterfalls

Experience atmospheric Buenos Aires, the colourful Andes mountains and the magnificent waterfalls in the rainforest.

12d/9n, including flights



Highlights of Argentina

See the very best of the best of Argentina on this tour that takes in Buenos Aires, the glaciers, wildlife and waterfalls.

13d/10n, including flights



3 South American gems

Three of the absolute highlights of South America: Buenos Aires, beautiful waterfalls and enchanting Rio de Janeiro.

14d/11n, including flights



Andes mountains, wine and waterfalls

Visit the biggest waterfalls in the world, admire the breath-taking colours of the Andes mountains, experience the wine-growing regions, and explore the two countries’ charming and modern capital cities.

14d/11n, including flights



Rio, waterfalls & beach

Experience the thundering Iguazu Falls, beautiful Rio de Janeiro and the delights of a relaxing beach holiday in Buzios.

13d/10n, including flights



The best of Brazil

The most beautifully located big city in the world, the biggest waterfalls in the world, and the biggest rainforest in the world.

14d/11n, including flights



The Iguazu Falls

No vacation to Argentina or Brazil is complete without a stop at the Iguazu Falls! They are the largest waterfalls in the world and comprise 275 large and small waterfalls along a 2-7 km-long stretch of the Iguazu River. They are also included on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
The enormous force of the flow of water in such extreme amounts is enough to take anyone’s breath away! When you arrive at the falls, you walk out onto the footbridges, where the unforgettable sight of the waterfalls is offered both from above and below. As one of the most beautiful natural phenomenons in South America, every traveler should have this on their list! In particular the site’s main attraction, Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat) shows just how extreme the force of nature can be.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit the falls is between October and May. The falls are less impressive between June and September, when it is winter in Argentina/Brazil, which means less water in the area’s rivers and thus less volume in the waterfalls.

Pack your camera and your raincoat and get ready for an experience you’re unlikely to forget!