These giant water curtains are cited in the lapse of the grand Iguazu River which is located on the frame of the Brazilian State and the Argentine prefecture. These grand and glorious waterfalls divide up the Iguazu River into two parts: one part is the upper Iguazu and the other part is the lower Iguazu.
These gigantic waterfalls are one of the major tourist’s attractions for the visitors as well as the local residents of Brazil and Argentina. These mammoth waterfalls are comprised up with entire natural beauty and splendor. These waterfalls mainly separate two major countries and they are Brazil and Argentina. These giant water curtains are taller than the famous Niagara Falls and they are as wide as 275 cascades. For the duration of the rainy season in between November and April, the water level of these falls tremendously increases and adds enough charm to its gorgeousness and attractiveness.
The major feature of these waterfalls is that it is comprised up with a network of more than 275 different waterfalls. It is really a pleasure to view a series of amazing and splendid waterfalls falling into the grand Iguazu River. This huge water fall is entailed with catwalks on both the sides which reflect the wetter and mistier view of the Iguazu Falls. These waterfalls have been recognized as the natural heritage site by UNESCO.