Iguazú National Park
The Iguazú National Park was created in 1934 and is home to the breathtaking Iguazu Falls surrounded by beautiful subtropical jungle. On the other side of the river lies its Brazilian counterpart (Iguaçu National Park). Both sites were declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, in 1984. The fauna of the park includes several rare and endangered species as well as a diversity of flora. The Iguazú River ends 23 km beyond the falls, after a 1230 km course. Its banks are densely populated by trees, including the Ceibo whose blossom is Argentina’s national flower.
- – Majestic Landmark Spanning Across 2 Countries
- – World Heritage Site
- – A Must See Landscape
- – Outdoor Activities For The Nature Lover