Travel Blogs from Iguazu Falls, Argentina

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Iguazu, die groessten Wasserfaelle der Welt ..., Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu, die groessten Wasserfaelle der Welt ...

A travel blog entry by bauerman

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... selbst erlebt habe (lg an Mama);). Jetzt hab ich es selbst rausgefunden und kann das nur bestaetigen... Ich kann nur jedem empfehlen, der einen entspannenden UND spannenden Urlaub erleben will nach Argentina zu fahren, es ist einfach einfach!! Manfredo ...

Argentina's side of the falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Argentina's side of the falls

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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... in 1541 by Alvar N˙˝ez Cabeza de Vaca and established in 1984 as Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The falls are located 80% in Argentina and 20% in Brazil.  We went straight from the airport to Iguazu National Park.  Once there we took ...

Iguazu, Brazil, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu, Brazil

A travel blog entry by tomdarwood

... scoffed down some real grub! Anywho, tomorrow is going to be an epic day. We┤re off to Iguazu falls. We decided to come straight to Argentina instead of viewing the falls from Brazilian (inferior) side. First impressions of Argentina are: it rains here, ...

Puerto Iguacu, Iguacu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Puerto Iguacu

A travel blog entry by fabi_marco

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... gerade noch erwischt, jetzt heisst es durchatmen 12:40 Wieder ins Taxi und zum Flughafen! Tag 1 Aus 2 Tagen Puerto Iguazu ist nun einer geworden. Da laut diversen Reisefuehrern diese Seite der Wasserfaelle am Nachmittag am schoensten sein soll, lassen ...

The Famous Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The Famous Falls

A travel blog entry by desandem

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hello again! Just arrived in hot and humid Salta in Northern Argentina and Des is taking a nap after our 23.5hr bus ride from Iguazu. This was our second overnighter and we were expecting the same airplane style service we had on the bus from ...

Iguazu Falls, Argentina, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls, Argentina

A travel blog entry by oneluckygirl

... we did instead of waiting an hour in line, and the park was really cool. It's in a seperate entry for pictures. Anyways, Iguazu falls was super beautiful and breathtaking. If you like waterfalls (and of course you do), you have to visit Iguazu sometime ...

Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by vamosbenhoran

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... the Iguazu town on the Brazilian side.  We`ve been told again and again that its impossible to do both sides of Iguazu (the falls straddle the Argentinian & Brazilian border) in under one day so it was important our bus wasn`t late.  The ...

Quick hi from Argentina, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Quick hi from Argentina

A travel blog entry by jronco

Just wanted to say a quick hello from Argentina. I came over here today to see Iguazu Falls from this side, and I have to admit that this side is much better. I spent a very nice day with this guy from Spain who I met on the ride over. There is a ton ...

The Mighty Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The Mighty Falls

A travel blog entry by fishtails04

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The Iguassu Falls...  they really are as spectacular in real life as in the tourist brochures. What was I thinking when, having got as far as Rio, 16 years ago, I abandoned my plans to continue to Iguacu in favour of returning to Maceio to ...

The Falls - A Tale Of Two Climates!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

The Falls - A Tale Of Two Climates!

A travel blog entry by sargeandwest

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... the falls, but without doubt the weather made sure it was the Brazilian side which won the prizes for us! When we awoke in Puerto Iguazu (Argentina) to a thunder storm, we knew that we didn┤t have the time to wait for it to pass and maybe go later in the ...

Butterfly me up!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Butterfly me up!

A travel blog entry by chris-zoe

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... bus ride and indulged in the relative luxury (time wise rather than comfort) of a quick flight up to the border of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.  Leaving the urban sprawl of BA we immediately warmed to the blue sky and palm tree charm of ...

CZ Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

CZ Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by obrobr

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No co napsat o Iguazu vodopadech? Proste uchvacujici. Naprosta bomba, vsak kuknete na foto. Moc se nam libilo i presto ze nam cely den prselo. ...

Heading for a fall!, Iguazu Falls - the Argentinian side, Argentina travel blog

Heading for a fall!

A travel blog entry by timeofourlives

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We arrived at the Argentinian side of the Iguazu Falls at midday and immediately set of to see what we had been told were ┤the most amazing waterfalls┤! We arranged to do a boat trip under some of the falls and set off to find our boat. On the way we ...

El Garganta Del Diablo!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

El Garganta Del Diablo!

A travel blog entry by calmyourjets

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... a view of the Sheraton Hotel that has to have one of the best views of any hotel in the world - right down the Rio Iguazu to the Falls - it looks a little out of place in the middle of the forest though! After a short and very squished train ...

Nature┤s awesome power, dude, Iguassu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Nature┤s awesome power, dude

A travel blog entry by angiedarren

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... event - Iguassu Falls. These are a series of 275 waterfalls that straddle the border between Brazil and Argentina over a 3km stretch. They are wider than Victoria Falls and higher than Niagra. On the first day we visited the Brazilian side which give you ...

Water water everywhere so why not just drink some., Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Water water everywhere so why not just drink some.

A travel blog entry by cccd

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... us his name was Al Capone/Al Pacino to which the Don siad I bleedin hope so cos Im Robert De Niro, Bang! The falls from the Argentina side were class where we got a boat trip up under the falls where we got soaked then strolled round the ...

Three Corners, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Three Corners

A travel blog entry by allisonakemi

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Today I went to the three corners... where Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina meet.  I was expecting the three corners to be an actual corner where I could stand... but there was a river between the three borders!  Still, it was very cool to see the ...

Practical advice,  Great Adventure and  Big Water, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Practical advice, Great Adventure and Big Water

A travel blog entry by nickfear

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... just unlucky and combined the daily limit with some faulty systems... So to where I've been since the last post. I've been to Iguazu Falls both on the Argentinian and the Brazillian sides (its on the border). The first thing you notice when you arrive ...

Iguazu falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu falls

A travel blog entry by sarahandluke

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... and had dinner at the house of a couple me and Emma met in California. The next day we got another 20 hour bus to the Iguazu falls.  We arrived  at around 7am, dropped  our bag in a locker and went straight to the Waterfalls. The ...

Buenos Aires to Iguazu, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Buenos Aires to Iguazu

A travel blog entry by khillski

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... the Atlantic Ocean but flows away from the coast for about 900 miles before entering the Parana River. Iguazu Falls, or the cataratasas as they are known in Argentina, are the number one tourist attraction in South America. The falls are not just one or ...

Water water everywhere, Iguazu Falls - Brazil and Argentina, Brazil travel blog

Water water everywhere

A travel blog entry by davidandem

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The Iguazu Falls is a waterfall system on the border of Argentina and Brazil which consists of 270 falls along 2.7 kilometres of the Iquazu River. It is well worth visiting both sides of the falls as each side offers a very different perspective. We ...

Iguazu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by wanderingblonde

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... word to describe multiple tiers of water crashing over the cliffs for 14 miles in the rainforests of Argentina and Brazil.   The Argentine side of the falls consists of three separate circuits - the Upper and Lower Circuits, plus the Devil's throat. ...

Breathtaking views, and some impressive wildlife, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Breathtaking views, and some impressive wildlife

A travel blog entry by hansieryder

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... are cute little things a bit like raccoons with little snouts. There were lots of huge catfish in the warm river approaching the falls. Saw a turtle sunbathing on a rock approaching the Devil's Throat, which is the top of the falls. Then a lizard later, ...

Iguazu Falls - Animals, Birds & Butterflies, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls - Animals, Birds & Butterflies

A travel blog entry by khillski

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Most visitors come to Iguazu to see the falls but the other stars of the show are the over 2,000 species of plants, 450 kinds of birds, 80 kinds of mammals, and countless varieties of insects. As you walk through the park look up, look to the ...

May 01, 2011, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

May 01, 2011

A travel blog entry by yearofdan

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Pantanal to Iguacu Falls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Pantanal to Iguacu Falls

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak

... the National park where we paid our entry and with map in hand began the walk to the falls. Iguassu falls can be seen from both Brasil and Argentina but the main walks and closer experiences are had on the Argentinian side. Walking and coming upon the ...

Water water water falling!!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Water water water falling!!

A travel blog entry by marie-line

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... Daniel decided half an hour before closingtime of the park to continue on to Brazil anyways that night (earlier they decided to spend 2 days at Iguazu Falls), so they ran the rest of the trail. I decided to just take my time and enjoy what I can see, not ...

Waterfalls, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by worping09

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One of the `must do┤ trips in South America is a trip to see the Iguazu Falls, and this was next up for us. We arrived on a Friday & left the following Monday, the falls are really the only attaction here. We booked into the `Hostel Inn┤ which is a ...

Soaking wet, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Soaking wet

A travel blog entry by christianfeu

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... we were waking up with howler monkey howling, parrot shouting, cricket sound and no idea what else added to this morning concerto. Iguazu is also a strange place weatherwise. We truly experienced the 2000mm average yearly rainfall, 5 times a day. Every 2 ...

But it will be dry, Puerto Iguaz˙, Iguaz˙ Falls, Argentina travel blog

But it will be dry

A travel blog entry by quinny

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... (a game that is played with your hands, now that is something I have never understood). Iguaz˙ Falls, bordering Brazilian one side of the Paranß river, and Argentina on the other, is awesome! I went to the Canadian side of Niagara Falls a few years ...

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