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Iguazú National Park

The amount of energy this wonder of nature gives off is amazing. The sight and sound of its world famous waterfalls is simply unforgettable. One of the best places in the world to disconnect.

The sound of falling water

No one could be surprised that this wonder of nature is one of the most visited natural attractions in the world. The tropical rainforest in Iguazú National Park is home to more than 2,000 species of plants and numerous native animal species. It’s the ideal place to feel at one with the earth, to close your eyes and be carried away by the mist and the sound of the water. At the heart of the park is the waterfall that gives it its name: Iguazú, at over 80 metres high and 2,700 metres wide forms a natural border between Argentina and Brazil.

Currency
The official currency is the Argentine peso. Although it used to be popular, it is now strictly forbidden to throw coins into the falls.
Language
The official language is Spanish. English is also widely spoken with visitors.
Internet
In some areas there are free public Wi-Fi hotspots. In many other areas there is no coverage at all.
Weather
The climate is mild throughout the year. Temperatures range from 15⁰C to 26⁰C.

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