Located on the border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, The Iguazu Falls is one of South America’s most spectacular natural attractions. Stroll along the walkways and marvel at the power and splendour of this vast curtain of water, twice the size of Niagara, where hundreds of thundering cascades give rise to a mist that hovers above the tropical rainforest. You might want to try an exhilarating boat-ride to the base of the falls, where you’re sure to get quite wet! The dense emerald backdrop of Iguassu is home to a fascinating variety of flora and fauna, including orchids, toucans and many species of butterfly. You can also venture further afield to the fascinating Ibera wetlands, Argentina’s own version of the Pantanal. Travel by boat and jeep to spot howler monkeys and caimans, or sip mate tea with some of the most authentic gauchos in Argentina.