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With around 275 waterfalls up to 80 meters (250 feet) high  that appear and disappear depending on the season, Iguazu Falls are considered the world's most spectacular. The sound and sheer power of the massive Iguazu River (which means big water in the local indigenous language) plunging 80 meters is an experience that will be remembered a lifetime. Surrounding the falls are lush, sub-tropical national parks that are teeming with wildlife to be explored on your tour of Iguazu Falls with Adventure Life. Contact one of our Iguazu travel experts for help planning your trip to Argentina.
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Isolated from civilization in the dense jungle of Argentina, you will be completely immersed in the natural beauty of Iguazu Falls, renowned globally as some of the most fantastic waterfalls in the world. Splitting the border with Brazil, this extensive system of cascades is in fact the largest system of waterfalls in the world. 

Exploring the local rainforest is a popular option, as you will see tremendous biodiversity and an unparalleled ecosystem. For many people, this experience alone is enough to fill their vacation, but if you have a bit more time on your hands and would like to explore a bit more of Argentina, consider:

–Visiting the bustling downtown Buenos Aires, Argentina's primary cultural centerd.
–Hiking the glaciers and windswept steppes of Patagonia & Torres del Paine National Park.
–Savoring the rich grass-fed beef and decadent wine from the valleys.
–If you have time, you could always quench your thirst for high adventure and embark on an Antarctic adventure right from the Argentine town of Ushuaia.
When is the best time to travel to Argentina?
Travelers should be prepared for unpredictable weather at any time of year. Most travelers consider the warmer months of November to March (seasons are reversed south of the Equator), to be the best time to visit southern Argentina. However, the hottest summer months, (December - February) can be unpleasantly humid in Buenos Aires so travelers that plan on extending their stay in the capital may opt for the shoulder seasons (October - November or April -May) instead. Holiday weeks (Easter and Christmas) tend to be the busiest times so avoid these times if you want to avoid the crowds. Travelers can visit Iguazu Falls year round, though again the summer months can be incredibly hot. Visitors to Northwest Argentina will also want to avoid these hot summer months. In fact, the best time to visit this area is during the coolest months of May to September. Recommendations for the best time to do each tour are listed on the Argentina Tours page.
What are the accommodations like?
In Argentina, we have selected a variety of charming accommodations ranging from cozy mountain lodges to comfortable city hotels with all of the modern conveniences. In general, we use small, family-run accommodations that are locally owned and characteristic of each area instead of luxury chain resorts. For more information, check out our Argentina lodging page to view pictures of our standard hotels/ lodges.
What type of transportation is used?
Our Argentina tours utilize a variety of transportation including private vans, comfortable tourist buses, ferries, flights, etc. We use a mix of private/ public transportation to provide travelers with the safest and most efficient transportation in each area. Each tour itinerary page has a description of the transportation included on that tour. If you have additional questions, just ask!
What is the climate like?
Argentina's climate is as varied as its terrain, ranging from subtropical in the north to humid and steamy in the central region and cold in the temperate south. The Andes region has erratic rainfall, flash floods in summer, searing heat, snow at higher elevations, and the Zonda - a hot, dry wind. The lowlands receive sufficient rainfall to support swampy forests and upland savanna, but rainfall decreases from east to west; shallow summer flooding is common in the east. The winter dry season is pronounced, and the summer heat can be brutal. Patagonia is mild year-round in the east and glacial in the south. Weather in Patagonia can be very unpredictable and can change drastically and unexpectedly. Argentine Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego have summer averages of just 11°C (52°F); nighttime temperatures will most likely be in the 1°C-5°C. For more weather information in other regions, check out Weather in South & Central America.

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