Declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1984 and a New Seven Wonder of the World in 2011, Iguazu Falls is situated on the border of the southern region of Brazil and the Argentine province of Misiones, and is often revered as the world’s most spectacular waterfall. Iguazu Falls spans 2.7km (1.7m) in width, and features 275 individual waterfalls, with heights ranging from 60-82m. The name ‘Iguazu’ can be loosely translated from the indigenous Guarani language as “big water”. Unsurprisingly, former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt, reportedly exclaimed “Poor Niagara” upon seeing Iguazu Falls for the first time. Iguazu Falls, with its 275 waterfalls, impressive width/depth, and diverse tropical climate, is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular treasures of our natural world.