On the way from Buenos Aires to Rio De Janeiro we made a
stop at the incredible Iguazu Fall.
Iguazu Fall is located at the border between Argentina
and Brazil. It is arguably the most majestic and spectacular natural sight
in South America and probably one of the wonders of the world. Iguazu Fall
is the widest Fall in the World. There are 275 waterfalls with a total
vertical drop of 230 feet and stretch over 1.6 miles interspersed with lush
rainforest greenery. It is the quintessential tropical paradise.
Argentine side It was often recommended
that if you only visit one side, be sure it's the Argentine side. There
you can be over and under and right amongst the falls. Our inexperienced
tour guide only let us see the top of the fall, but that is already worth the
A miniature train took us to the catwalks that ended
overlooking the Fall.
The amazing Devil's Throat (the largest of the falls).
That night we had the traditional Brazilian
The next day we went to the Brazil side. The
Brazil view of the falls is very different. The falls can be seen from a
distance with a panoramic view.
Here is a real panoramic view stitched from several
We can actually get pretty close to the fall.
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