Only about 20% of the park lies on the Brazilian side of the border. Thus, the vast majority of hiking trails, adventure tours and other activities begin on the Argentine side. There's still plenty to see and do among Brazil's beautiful corner of ... 

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falls' rainbow

November 2012

Iguassu Falls November '12

Iguassu Falls, Argentina

July 2014

Constant mist provides rainbows everywhere.

Iguassu Falls, Brazil

July 2014

Record rainfall produced spectacular sights.

Iguassu Falls from Helicopter

December 2013

A spectacular view of the falls from the air.

Devil's Throat

December 2013

Panoramic photo from the viewing platform

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April 2012

View of the Falls from the Argentina side.

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April 2012

Devils Throat

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April 2012

Brazilian Side of Falls seen from the Argentine side.

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April 2012

Kudamundi – most common animal seen in the park

Devil's Throat

December 2011

A view of Devil's Throat!

Boat

December 2011

View of the speedboat that drives around the falls.

Argentina Side 1

December 2011

Hanging out on the Argentinean side of the falls.

Brazil 3

December 2011

Hanging out on the Brazilian side.

Brazil Side 2

December 2011

Up-close view of a waterfall!

Brazil Side 1

December 2011

Beautiful view of the Brazilian side of the falls.

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