Whatever you’ve been told about the waterfalls of Iguazu, its true. In fact, it might be even better than you expect it to be. It’s so impressive, i’ve been there twice. For me, traveling back to Argentina in 2017, it quickly became one of the sights that i quickly agreed to visit again.
The Iguacu River begins in Brazil and weaves it’s way across the Brazilian plains before reaching the famed Waterfalls/Cataratas at Iguacu. The falls are located along the border of Brazil and Argentina, and represents one of the most stunning natural sights of either country. The river moves slowly as it creeps towards the edge of the cliffs which make the falls, where it splits into a wide pool before joining one of the 275 individual waterfalls and falls to the river below.
The falls are split between the two countries, and its possible to view the amazing waterfalls from both sides. The falls on either side are individually classified as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The parkland surrounding the falls is a beautiful rainforest, with many indigenous animals and birds calling the place home. The falls are a can’t miss the sight, and one of the largest and most beautiful waterfalls in the world!
-Argentina / Brazil /Paraguay. 2005 + 2017
Falling Water. 2005.
People vs Nature. 2017.
Palm Trees. 2005.
Waterfalls everywhere. 2005.
Three Corners. 2005
No Trespassing. 2005
Itaipu Dam. 2005.