275 waterfalls thunder into a 150-meter-wide and 700-meter-deep ravine on the border between Argentina and Brazil. The best view of the natural wonder of the Iguacu waterfalls—a UNESCO world heritage site—is from the Brazilian side of the national park. And when the park closes at five o’clock, guests of the Hotel das Cataratas (waterfalls) have the fascinating spectacle of nature all to themselves. The hotel was build in 1958 in the Portuguese Colonial style, and reopened in 2009 following a two-year renovation phase by Orient Express. A fascinating experience is a nighttime walk under the full moon when a rainbow appears over the falls in the silvery moonlight.