Brazilian Beauty

Foz do Iguassu is a city located in southern Brazil and has become an international destination for events and tourism,
being the third most common city in Brazil as a destination for international tourists. It is multicultural city where
nature's grandeur meets diverse cultural richness.
Strategically nestled at the crossroads of Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay, Foz do Iguassu
offers a unique and inspiring backdrop.

The home of Iguassu Falls: Foz do Iguassu is the home of Iguaçu Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. With its imposing waterfalls, the sight and sound of Iguaçu Falls provide a unique sensory experience with the rejuvenating energy of nature. In 2023 the Iguassu Falls welcomed more than 1.8 milion visitors.

The marvel of engeneering: Built in the 1970s and operational since 1984, Itaipu Dam showcases the prowess of modern engineering. The colossal structure spans the river, boasting an impressive array of turbines that generate a substantial portion of the electricity for both Brazil and Paraguay. Guided tours provide a fascinating insight into the intricacies of its construction, revealing the innovative solutions employed to harness the power of the Paraná River.

The World lives here: It is considered as one of the most multicultural cities in Brazil; Foz do Iguaçu coexists peacefully with over 80 ethnic groups.

Ecocity: The Iguassu National Park, the Natural Priceless Asset of Humanity recognized by Unesco, has over 250 thousand hectares of subtropical forests and fauna, the largest conservation area of Atlantic rainforest in the country.

A unique Award Destination:
Best attraction in Brazil (Guia 4 Rodas);
1st place in the ranking of the most romantic destinations in the world (CNN, 2009);
The most memorable attraction (UK Newspaper - The Guardian, 2009- 2010);
The Iguassu Waterfalls is one of the 7 Wonders of the World (New 7 Wonders, 2011);
The Itaipu Binacional is one of the 7 Wonders of the Modern World (North-American Civil Engeneering Association, 1995);
3rd most popular destination of foreign tourists (EMBRATUR survey, 2012);
3rd most photographed scenery in Brazil ( Sights map , 2014 ) ;
1st place in competitiveness study of Brazilian inductor destinations as the Tourism Ministry defined the following aspects: access, services, tourism equipment, marketing and promotion, enterprising capacity and environmental aspects; The Very Best of Destinations (Travellers´ Choice - Tripadvisor, 2016).

The time zone of Foz do Iguassu UTC +3. Nestled in the southern hemisphere, Foz do Iguaçu experiences its winter in August, featuring mild temperatures and clear skies. This month marks the dry season, ensuring clear skies and minimal rainfall. With daytime temperatures ranging from 16°C to 24°C (61°F to 75°F). While evenings may bring cooler temperatures, a light jacket or sweater is usually sufficient for a comfortable experience. 

How to get to Foz do Iguassu

Foz do Iguassu is served by the Foz do Iguaçu International Airport (IGU). You can find more details about the airport here . On average, the airport handles 33 daily flights.
Foz do Iguassu receives direct flights daily from major Brazilian cities such as São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Campinas. These cities are well-connected to North America, Asia, and various European countries.

Some of the main airlines offering regular direct flights to Foz do Iguassu include: