The Iguazú Falls are one of the world’s most jaw-dropping sights. Set deep in the rainforest and straddling the borders of Argentina and Brazil, the famous cascades can be visited from either country – although in our opinion, the views are better from Brazil. There are fantastic lodges on both sides and we will carefully select the best one for you, depending on your tastes and interests. Whatever you decide, it is easy to cross the border temporarily with just a stamp in your passport.
Personally, I would recommend spending two nights at Belmond Hotel das Cataratas. The property itself is impressive, but its location is what makes it remarkable. It is the only place to stay in the Brazilian part of Iguazú National Park, which is closed between the hours of 6pm and 9am. Therefore, during this time, Belmond guests are the only people with access to the falls. Imagine that: the Iguazú Falls all to yourself.