Thursday, 8 October 2015

Iguazzu Falls

There are waterfalls and then there are waterfalls, these are the second type. 
Victoria falls are the tallest but Iguazzu falls are the largest at 2.7km long and a million litres per second. 

The border of Argentina and Brazil runs along the middle of the river with 80% of the falls on the Argentinian side. 

We arrived around midday and after checking in to our Argentinian side hotel, drove across the Brazilian border to spend three hours strolling and staring at these marvelous waterfalls.

                            Getting drenched on the walking platform at the Devils Throat. 

The following day we spent six hours on the Argentinian side looking out over the falls from various viewpoints and finished with a boat ride up to and under the falls.