Iguazu Falls in the South

Iguaçu Falls Into the depths of the “The Devil’s Gorge”, the hallowed ground of Iguaçu, flow 275 waterfalls with a combined width of almost 2 miles, and a height of up to 262 feet, and given “World Heritage” status by UNESCO. Return to nature in the homelands of the Guarani Indians, who call Iguaçu the “Great waters, the world’s chacra”. These quiet, unassuming people sell their handcrafts at the side of the falls during the day, returning at night to their homelands near the border, for contemplation and observance of their traditional role as guardians of nature. The Guarani will be happy to meet with you, and this can be arranged if you wish (optional).