The first thing to do before you plan a trip to Foz do Iguaçu is also thinking in the way you prefer to find the falls. If the idea is to see the waterfalls at its maximum volume and with much potential, go in the summer (November to March); if, instead, you prefer to see the beauty of more defined waterfalls, it is best to go in the winter (June to September). If you can not choose the date of travel, do not worry: the falls are an amazing spectacle all year.

In winter (June to September), with temperatures averaging 18 ° C, the chance to catch rainfall is lower, especially in the months of June, July and August. The situation is exactly the opposite in the summer, which, besides presenting an average of 26 ° C, has a large rainfall, causing a sharp increase in the flow of waterfalls. September and October historically are months with high rainfall and reasonable temperatures. The same rule applies to see the opened gates of Itaipu – the chances are higher in the summer.

The fear of getting have to be considered, because even if there is no rain, it is inevitable because of the vapor emanating from the falls. Go to the parks with rain cover, but know that by doing the boat trips, the protections are useless.

Foz do Iguaçu receive tourists throughout the year, but mainly in the holiday months (July, December and January), tourism is even more intense. Whatever the time of year, just as there is a holiday and the city and the parks are full of people.

What to expect of the region?

Brazil Trip Specialist

Brazil Trip Specialist