Iguazu Falls: Selected by 100 Million Voters as One of the "New 7 Wonders of Nature"

  • Behold the Unique Power of the Iguazu Falls at the Devil’s Throat area
  • Visit the Iguazu Falls, selected by over 100 million voters as one of the "7 New Wonders of Nature"
  • Be next to and take close-up photos of the largest colony of toucans on display in the world, in Iguazu
  • Admire the majestic panoramic view of the entire Iguazu Falls from the Brazilian side
  • Get ready for a unique, close-up view of the mighty Iguazu Falls from our speedboat!
  • Get close enough to the Iguazu Falls to get sprayed by its mist, while listening to its thunderous roar
  • Stand next to and be showered by the imposing Bosetti fall at the Iguazu Falls

The powerful and imposing Iguazu falls are unlike any other waterfall on Earth. Nearly twice as tall a Niagara Falls and almost three times as wide, they were selected as one of the “New Seven Wonders of Nature” in a worldwide competition in which over 100 million voters participated.

They are made up of a system of 275 waterfalls with a staggering water flow of up to 3.5 million gallons (13 million liters) per second… that’s enough to fill five Olympic swimming pools! Iguazu Falls is so impressive in size and grandeur, that United States First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt was quoted as saying “Poor Niagara” upon seeing them for the first time.