Iguazu Falls, one of the most beautiful and majestic natural waterfalls, sits on the Iguazu River and rests on the border between Brazil and Argentina.

Iguazu Falls stretches along a 3 kilometer (nearly 2 mile) long rim shared by Argentina and Brazil. It is taller than Niagara Falls and twice as wide, with 275 cascades spread in a horseshoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River.

Iguazú Falls, formed out of a volcanic eruption, has a rate of flow of water that reaches 450,000 cubic feet (12,750 cubic m) per second during the rainy season of November - March.

The best times to see Iguazu Falls is in the spring and fall. Summer is intensely tropical, hot and humid, and in winter, the water level is considerably lower.

Take a glimpse at the photos of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Iguazu Falls: