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#Iguassu Falls

Adventure and Nature

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Main Sights

Iguassu Falls and its outstandings landmarks.

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How to get to Iguassu Falls:

The only international flights to and from Foz do Iguaçu are from Lan Peru. On the other hand, Natal has connections to many Destinations that receive a good offer of international fights.

It has at least two or more daily flights to Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Brasília.

To learn which companies Fly to these cities, see the “about” section of each city or scroll down below to the "Learn More About Related Destinations".


Iguassu Falls is located in the South of Brazil in the State of Paraná. It is located right at the border with Argentina and Paraguay, right where the three countries meet

You can bundle it with Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo and even with stays in Argentina and Paraguay.

What to see:

A city where the natural beauties surrounds everything. The force of the waters form the falls that make this place unique and incomparable. There are plenty of adventure to choose from, such as trails, contact with wild animals, helicopter flights over the falls, visiting the Itaipu hydroelectric plant, and the Bird Park. This is just a glimpse of what this city has to offer.

Iguassu Falls is the brazilian city that is part of the triple frontier, shared with Paraguay and Argentina. That means you can visit these countries fairly easy! There is a huge variety of tours involving adventure and naturetours for shopping, passing the famous bridge of friendship in Paraguay and entering one of the world's largest shopping centers. In addition to that, try many Wines, enjoying a traditional argentine dinner or taking advantage of the Ice Bar’s Open Bar Service.

Iguassu Falls has everything to meet your expectations and more! Plan ahead to take full advantage in making a very versatile trip in one of the most sought-after sights of Brazil.

Climate and Temperature in Iguassu Falls:

The South of Brazil is colder than other regions. The maximum average is around 29 Degrees Celsius during Summer, from December through March. It starts get progressively colder until it reaches its lowest temperatures in June at around 22 Degrees Celsius or 72 Degrees Fahrenheit.

The minimum average is around 18 Degrees Celsius or 64 Degrees Fahrenheit in the Summer months. it gets progressively cold until it reaches the lowest temperatures in June at around below 10 Degrees Celsius or 50 Degrees Fahrenheit.

There some rain from October through March. It rains during winter.

Average Minimum and Maximum Temperature Over The Year In Celsius

Average Minimum and Maximum Temperature Over The Year In Fahrenheit

Average Rainfall

*Graphs courtesy of World Wheather & Climate Information 

The best time to go to Iguassu Falls:

In the summer months, it is a bit warmer and the falls have more volume of water because of the rains, but you can enjoy Iguassu Falls any time of the year.

What to try from Iguassu Falls' local cuisine:

Dourado Assado – A baked dorado fished, caught right off the Paraná River. Often served with rice and broccoli, and sauté potatoes.

Pirá de Foz – A traditional dish with dorado, catfish, with sides of manioc and rice with spinach with several different seasonings.

General Information

Local Time is UTC/GMT – 3.

Currency is the same all over Brazil - BRL – R$ - Brazilian Reais. Pronounced as Re-eyes (plural) or Re-owl (singular). No establishment accepts payment in any currency other than BRL.

Tap water is not drinkable. You should only drink bottled water. That is what you’ll be served when you ask for “water” anywhere you go.

Learn More About Related Destinations:


São Paulo


Map of Iguassu Falls