Holidays Iguazu Falls

Experience the natural wonder that is Iguazu Falls as part of your holiday to Brazil and Argentina. Book online now or speak to an expert.

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Iguazu Falls

The weather in Iguazu Falls is wide and varied

The Iguazú Falls are so vast they span across both Argentina and Brazil, crashing through lush, subtropical forests teeming with wildlife. Argentina’s territory offers the most extensive network of panoramic walkways, whereas the Brazilian side allows you to get closest to the falls (where you will likely be soaked in spray). The busiest summer months are December - February, when the climate is hot and humid, and plenty of rain means the falls are at their fullest. From March - August the rain eases off, humidity drops and temperatures cool, making this an ideal time for hiking and cycling. From September - November the water levels in the falls are lower following the dry season and you’ll be able to make out individual cataracts and exposed granite cliffs.

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