Iguassu Falls is for many travelers a “bucket list” item, so it comes as no surprise that the 269-foot waterfall is one of Brazil’s most visited attractions. Bordering Argentina, the massive cascade contains over 275 waterfalls that combined create the largest waterfall system in the world. For the full experience, take a boat ride directly into the Devil’s Throat. Then, explore the nearby Valley of Dinosaurs, where giant animatronic dinosaurs bring fossilized tracks to life in a fun and immersive experience. The Parque das Aves, or Bird Park, is another popular local attraction where stunning blue and yellow macaws, toucans, butterflies, and more are on display to round out your visit to this brilliant part of Brazil.