Travel Blogs from Iguazu Falls, Argentina

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Aug 18, 2011, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Aug 18, 2011

A travel blog entry by mayasandak1006

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Goodbye Salta - Hello Iguazu, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Goodbye Salta - Hello Iguazu

A travel blog entry by mnasf

... a nice little snack/ meal on the plane. The flight was not too long, but since the flight was late, the pilot flew us right over Iguazu Falls so we could see them from the air.  It was very impressive, and so cool to see the falls from the air.  ...

now thats what I call a waterfall!!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

now thats what I call a waterfall!!

A travel blog entry by jemmatm

... flight to Iguaçu Falls – one of the largest waterfall systems in the world. It was INCREDIBLE!!!! Iguaçu falls marks the border between Argentina and Brazil – and is utterly breathtaking! Its located in a national wildlife park – ...

Incomparable Iguazu, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Incomparable Iguazu

A travel blog entry by karana

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... the front. And then we were off. What an exciting trip. In no time we rounded a bend and there were the magnificent Iguazu Falls. We stopped momentarily for last photos with non-waterproof cameras and then we raced ahead right into the falls, not once or ...

WOW !!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

WOW !!

A travel blog entry by ozpaula

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... ) is the largest.  Argentine National Parks have constructed km's of metal boardwalks so that you can walk over the Iguazu river right to the edge of the falls, below the falls, up to the face of the falls, on top of the falls, everywhere you look ...

Cheese & Bread, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Cheese & Bread

A travel blog entry by staeven

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... and is one of the largest cities in the world. We flew the final 1,000km into the jungle to reach the Brazilian side of Iguazu falls. We were picked up and after a short ride we set our bags down in a local hotel and went straight to the Brazilian ...

About the photos....,  Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

About the photos....

A travel blog entry by garyelphick

... boat tour of the falls did i realise he´d jumped on the gringo bus trying to sell...much to elphick and rolfes amusement. The Falls were amazing!!! we took our own little tour round and crossed the platform right up to the face of the ´devils throat´. ...

You See Everyone Twice - Cataratas Argentinas, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

You See Everyone Twice - Cataratas Argentinas

A travel blog entry by texacalimatt

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... first to say it. Apparently, on these long term, continental adventures, you see everybody twice.  My second day in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina. I hopped up in the morning and hit the computer to check some mail and do the online chores. Before I knew ...

Raindrops keep falling on our heads…, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Raindrops keep falling on our heads…

A travel blog entry by richandliz

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... as the Grease Megamix and “I’m a Barbie Girl”. All perfectly appropriate for a Monday night. We visited the falls from the Argentina side of the river today – the majority of the falls are actually in Argentina and so you can ...

Amazing waterfalls!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Amazing waterfalls!

A travel blog entry by oz_flashpackers

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... next day for the Argentinian side of the falls, which was an up close look at how massive they really are. They are amazing!  Iguazu Falls is located in a big national park which you take a bus to and then go on walks/train to get around to all the ...

Lots of water, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Lots of water

A travel blog entry by tobyg83

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... falls. There’s a few nice walks around tho, like down to the river where Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina all meet. ·      Iguacu falls are cool, did a boat ride that went under them, got wet obviously. Bad choice of shorts ...

Iguazu - Rainbows and Waterfalls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu - Rainbows and Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by hanna.patterson

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In spite of the volcanic ash blanketing Argentina our flight to Iguazu Falls took off on time and everything was going well until the pilots decided that we needed to make a stop at Posadas, a city about 300K south of Iguazu, to wait for the most up to ...

No hosepipe ban here!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

No hosepipe ban here!

A travel blog entry by jennifermcl

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... is true of me...I have´t seen half of what there is to see in the UK and Ireland, let alone Europe, yet there I was at Iguazu Falls! Another remark this doctor made was that he was so used the american accent he found the British accent difficult to ...

The falls are Wizard, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The falls are Wizard

A travel blog entry by diasbuenos

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... stop, next stop was the falls. Time hasn't permitted us to visit Sau Paulo, but we will see the airport twice - on the way to Iguazu falls and on the way to Rio, let's hope our bags make the same connections that we do! Luckily this time they worked out ...

Iguazu falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu falls

A travel blog entry by chileadventure

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Left Corrientes and got to Iguazu Falls in one day but the last 50 kms it pissed down. I decided to go straight to the falls because I thought there would be accommadation options available there, there was only one which was the Sheraton Hotel, stuff it ...

Incredible Igaussu, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Incredible Igaussu

A travel blog entry by kymo

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... I have never seen anything as impressive before and I’m not sure any other waterfall will compare. The Brazilian and Argentina governments have done a fantastic job of preserving the natural beauty of the region. The rainforest that surround remain ...

That's what I call a waterfall!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

That's what I call a waterfall!

A travel blog entry by travel_goddess

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Amazing Waterfalls in a Tropical Setting, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Amazing Waterfalls in a Tropical Setting

A travel blog entry by bumihills

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    While at Iguazu Falls we stayed on the Brazilian side at the Tropical Hotel Cataratas where we had a tiny view of the falls area from our window.  The falls themselves are fantastic and quite possibly the most impressive we've ...

All fossed out!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

All fossed out!

A travel blog entry by catborthwick

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Got off the bus at 7.30am in Puerto Iguazu and discovered there´s only 1 bus a day to Salta (at 10.45am) so had to quickly run to the nearest hostel to book a bed for the night. Having sorted all that, I headed straight to the National Park and (in the ...

Enfin les chutes!!!!! :), Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Enfin les chutes!!!!! :)

A travel blog entry by tiago.matias

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... ouvre les portes pour evacuer l'exces d'eau il peut faire degager jusqu'a 40x par second le volume d'eau que passe aux chutes d'Iguazu, le Barrage est sur le Rio Parana que fait frontier avec le Brazil et le Paraguay, les chutes sont sur le Rio Iguazu ...

Iguaçu Falls Brazilian Style, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Iguaçu Falls Brazilian Style

A travel blog entry by jmabro

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... view of this giant Rio Iguaçu River, formed of the confluence of 2 rivers further up where Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay all meet, we were at the Brazilian Falls Park. They too have done an excellent job of making the Falls accessible to all. From the ...

Recommendations when visiting the Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Recommendations when visiting the Falls

A travel blog entry by lilamariana

Brazilian side: * You don't need a guide to see you around, its a very simple walk. Most signs are also written in English. * The trail is 1.200 metres long, it will take you less than 2 hours to walk it all. Buses leave you at the beginning of the ...

I´ve never seen so much water..., Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

I´ve never seen so much water...

A travel blog entry by architour

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Ich bin vor 1stdn mit guten 3stdn Verspätung aus Iguazu wieder nach Haus gekommen! 02.02... Ein genialer Trip! Wie erwähnt sind wir am Donnerstag Mittag los... nach 22stdn Busfahrt sind wir dann in Punto de Iguazu am Freitag morgen um 10.30h angekommen. ...

Under the Falls!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Under the Falls!

A travel blog entry by marandbob

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Today is Friday the 11th and off to our adventure at Iguazu falls. It was such an amazing time. We did two hikes and rode a train and a truck to the river below.  The highlight was the boat ride where we went under the falls and the entire boat, ...

Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by debandpete

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... is excellent and cost us around £6 for the bottle! Day 38 - 15 Sept - We catch the bus to Iguazu (the Argentinean side of the Falls).  A small train takes us through the forest and to the first trail where we spot some wild coaties (like raccoons ...

Subtropical Iguazu and Mammoth Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Subtropical Iguazu and Mammoth Falls

A travel blog entry by luvlifetravel

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... Climbing the stairs to the top there are more walking trails that circumnavigate the whole island. You get a different look at the falls from here. Young Condors/vultures nest in the red cliffs and perch themselves in the trees just above our heads. ...

The big falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The big falls

A travel blog entry by alexsteiger

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Heute gings am Morgen frueh nach Iguazu. War bereits um Mittag in Iguazu, sodass ich am Nachmittag bereits Zeit hatte die Faelle ein erstmals zu besichtigen. Nach einer 30min Busfahrt (die 5 Pesos kostet) erreichte ich den Nationalpark. Der Eintritt ...

Las Cataratas - die Wasserfälle, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Las Cataratas - die Wasserfälle

A travel blog entry by frediundmoritz

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Die Wasserfälle sind wirklich beeindruckend!  Am ersten Tag sind wir zur Brasilianischen Seite gefahren und haben uns die Wasserfälle von dort angeschaut. Hier hat man mehr die Panoramasicht und am nächsten Tag, dann von der Argentinischen Seite, ...

Fallsing out of Argentina, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Fallsing out of Argentina

A travel blog entry by laura.and.steve

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... of course, and in that sense, the Iguazu Falls were the perfect place to end our stay here. The thing about the Iguazu Falls is that everyone raves about them. They are, without a doubt, a top highlight, a "must-see" for Argentina. ...

Coucou d Igacu, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Coucou d Igacu

A travel blog entry by mariemichdub

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Les chutes d Igacu sont en mise en candidature pour les 7 merveilles naturelles du monde et je crois que c est sans aucun doute une grandiose creation de la nature. Des kilometres de chutes et un parc national ou la faune et la flore tropicales y sont ...

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