Iguazú Jungle tour operator offers excursions in Iguazu National Park, one of the most biologically-rich areas in Argentina, part of the famous forests of the Misiones province, and known in the scientific community as "Interior Alto Parana Atlantic Forest".
This protected area encompasses one of the world’s most opulent natural landscapes—Iguazu Falls. There are more than two kilometers of waterfalls over 70 meters high, a spectacular manifestation of one of the planet’s increasingly scarce resources—water.
The park was created in 1934, one of the first national parks in Argentina. In 1984, it was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In addition to its scenic beauty, it is habitat for endangered species such as our sub-species of jaguar (Panthera onca palustris). The park is a “natural school " where children and youth can learn about the countless relationships that exist between living things.