The Triple Frontier: Exploring The Border Dividing Argentina, Brazil, And Paraguay

The Triple Frontier refers to the area along the border that divides Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. The three countries are separated by the Paraná River and the Iguazú River. These

The Triple Frontier refers to the area along the border that divides Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. The three countries are separated by the Paraná River and the Iguazú River. These two rivers combine and flow into Iguazu Falls, the largest waterfall system in the world. Hundreds of waterfalls can be seen from Argentina and Brazil, which attract millions of visitors annually.

Traveling to this region provides a unique opportunity to quickly and easily explore three different countries. The border cities of Ciudad del Este (Paraguay), Foz do Iguaçu (Brazil), and Puerto Iguazú (Argentina) all rely on revenue from tourism, so they make crossing the border as painless as possible. If you are planning on seeing Iguazu Falls, you should take advantage of other attractions in the Triple Frontier.

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