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Foz Macuco Safari

The Macuco Safari is the adventure tour most sought out in Iguassu Falls. The tour takes you upstream in inflatable ...

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Foz Itaipu Hidroeletric Dam

The construction of the Itaipu dam on the Parana river between Brazil and Paraguay started in 1975 and is still ...

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Foz Bird Park

The biggest park for birds in Latin America you find in Iguassu Falls close to the national park. The bird ...

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Foz Iguassu Waterfalls

The waterfalls in Iguassu offer many different ways to be explored; either hiking through the Atlantic rainforest or in the ...

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Foz Waterfalls Argentinean Side

The falls on the Argentinean side are a few kilometers away from the city of Iguassu Falls (Brazil). There is ...

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Foz Panoramic Flight

The helitour is a great tour for whom wants the complete panoramic views of the falls. There are two different ...

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Foz Multicultural Dinner Show

A typical Brazilian barbeque accompanied with a show of Latin Americas rythms and folkloric dances. Churrascaria Rafain is a reference ...

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Foz Casino

Casino Puerto Iguazu is on the Argentinean side of the falls since casinos are not permitted in Brazil. For anyone ...

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Foz Shopping Tour in Paraguay

Take the opportunity to visit Ciudad Del Este in Paraguay, on the other side of the Parana river. The city ...

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Foz Harbor Colonial

The Harbor Hotel Colonial, 3 stars, is located close to the waterfalls in proximity to the airport. Services include breakfast, ...

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Foz Rafain Palace

4 Star hotel located 5 minutes from the center of the city, the hotel has 213 rooms and 11 suites. ...

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Foz Bourbon Cataratas

A 5 star resort located close to the tripple border between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguaya. The resort has in all ...

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Foz Mabu Thermas

Mabu Resort has a warm water spring from the largest under water reserve in the world. With a constant water ...

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Water falls so beautiful that even the Argentineans think it belongs to them.


And actally half of them do, but if you visit the Argentinean side (there are casinos and chaeper tax free shopping there)  don't listen to them if they want to teach you portuguese since "mais grande" doesn't exist in portuguese. But for some reason they all think it does. Maybe because Foz is one of the greatest waterfalls in the world. Most beautiful no doubt.