IGUAZÚ National Park (Misiones)
National Park Iguazú was created in 1034 in an area of 67,000 acres, and in 1984, Unesco registered it as Patrimony of Humanity. Situated on the Argentine-Brazilian border, the semicircular water fall is one of the most spectacular falls in the world. The surrounding subtropical jungle is the refuge of tapirs, jaguars, ocelots, and 2,000 plant species. The exceptional beauty of the Iguazú falls makes it the most visited place in Argentina.