Natural Heritage of Humanity and one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature, Visiting the Iguassu Falls is an immersion experience in nature, through a hiking trails in the middle of the woods and the imminent proximity of the immensity of the waterfalls of the Iguaçu River .
Iguaçu Falls (in Castilian: Iguazú Falls) is a group of about 275 water falls on the Iguaçu River (in the Paraná River Basin), located between the Iguaçu National Park, Paraná, Brazil, and the National Park Iguazú in Misiones, Argentina, on the border between the two countries. The total area of both national parks corresponds to 250 thousand hectares of subtropical forest and is considered Natural Patrimony of the Humanity.
The Argentine national park was created in 1934, while the Brazilian park was inaugurated in 1939. Both areas of protection for the purpose of managing and preserving the water source that represents this cataract and the surrounding environment. The parks, both Brazilian and Argentine, became World Heritage Sites in 1984 and 1986, respectively. Since 2002, the Iguaçu National Park is one of the Brazilian geological sites. 
Historically, the first European to find the Iguaçu Falls was the Spanish Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, in the year 1541.  Currently, it is the second most visited place by foreigners in Brazil.
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