Top 5: Iguazú Experiences

Screen Shot 2014-06-08 at 18.38.21When former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt came face to face with the Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat) waterfalls in Iguazú National Park, she exclaimed, “Poor Niagara!” And with good reason.

Bordering Brazil and Argentina, the Iguazú River (or ‘Iguaçu’, on the Brazilian side) drops down to create the most dramatic of the park’s cataracts at 82 metres high and 700 metres long, from which 1,746 cubic metres of water thunder every second. Voted one of the new seven natural wonders of the world, if these falls and the nature found within Iguazú National Park aren’t already on your bucket list, then it’s time to add them.

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