Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu, Brazil

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Bird Park, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Bird Park

A travel blog entry by sophslife

... on Jess' shoulder kept slipping on her shirt and had to grab it with it's beak a few times. That was funny! Brazil Capital: Brasilia Major Languages: Portuguese Population: 196,655,014 Currency: Real Life expectancy: 72.51 Literacy Rate: 86% ...

Three countries in one day, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Three countries in one day

A travel blog entry by ristohannah

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... the best part of a week, and headed for Asuncion, Paraguay. In order to get to Paraguay however, we had to pass through Foz do Iguašu, Brazil.     As far as we could see there's not a lot there. Although there was a Macro.  And ...

Macuco Safßri - all the wet photos & videos, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Macuco Safßri - all the wet photos & videos

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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Many of these photos are in my "Macuco washing machine ride on the River" entry which has just the highlight photos plus description of the trees etc. Salto do Macuco (Tinamou Drop) (Macuco Safßri). On this short tour I had for the first part my own ...

Iguazu, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu

A travel blog entry by rjsmith

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Iguazu falls are the widest waterfalls in the world, and certainly one of the most impressive natural wonders I have ever seen. There are 275 waterfalls over a total width of 2.7km. An average of 1,500 m│ per second of water drops 65m to the valley ...

Cararates de Iguazu Falls - Brazil side, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Cararates de Iguazu Falls - Brazil side

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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Here are the images that I took from the Brazil side. Sorry so many but this is also my safe web back up site! I used two cameras so they are more or less what I saw in real time taken with both cameras. Too difficult at the moment to try and merge ...

Iguazu falls part 1, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu falls part 1

A travel blog entry by comfortsontour

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... sitting next to me had elbow space issues and kept stealing my elbow space - annoying! We arrived in the town of Foz Do Iguassu in Brazil at 7pm, but the difference in humidity was noticeable straight away. We aren't that far from the edge of the Amazon ...

PARGUE NACIONAL IGUAZU, BRAZIL AND ARGENTINA, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

PARGUE NACIONAL IGUAZU, BRAZIL AND ARGENTINA

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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... Jungle which takes you along the upper Iguazu River to three walks to the Falls.  We walked the long path across the swollen Iguacu River to the Devil’s Gorge which is literally on the top of the waterfall, a leg swing from going over the ...

Iguacu (Brasil), Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguacu (Brasil)

A travel blog entry by jonandfinola

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to be ...

Foz do Iguazu Brazil Falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Foz do Iguazu Brazil Falls

A travel blog entry by antipodean

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... the site of the largest man made dam and dam wall in the Southern Hemisphere with a hydro-electric plant that powers 100% of Brazil and 75%of Paraguay. The two countries share the dam, its resources, and management equally. It has been listed as one of ...

Splashdown in West Brazil, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Splashdown in West Brazil

A travel blog entry by skintsaint

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After a rather long 15 hour bus drive and a short taxi we arrive in the town of Foz de Iguacu on the Brazilan/Argentinian/Paraguayan border. We both were glad the guesthouse was nice and the area quiet so we could relax as both quite tired and stressed ...

foz, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

foz

A travel blog entry by filly

the ...

Waterfalls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by elliotandcarla

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... and get quite wet) and they look amazing! As always the photos show it better. In the late afternoon, we got the bus over to Brazil, which is really easy and stayed in a hotel that again was a little way out of the centre but had a swimming pool, tennis ...

Iguašu's 6 most awe-inspiring displays of power, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Iguašu's 6 most awe-inspiring displays of power

A travel blog entry by seanrobfred

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... in the form of beer mean that we haven't had a huge number of traditional south american meals.  However in Iguacu we decided to change that. Brazil is famous less for its food (beef) and more for its portion sizes (lots of beef). Specifically, they ...

Iguazu Falls Brazil's side, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu Falls Brazil's side

A travel blog entry by kenthoi

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After almost 14 hours of bus ride, I finally got to Foz do Iguašu. Finally bad weather has caught up with me. It rained the whole day on Thursday. I spend most of the day at the Bird Park with the intention to checkout the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls. ...

BIG WATER y-guasu = Iguacu Falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

BIG WATER y-guasu = Iguacu Falls

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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... and stretching 2.7 km. (No, I have not seen Niagara yet.) Some statistics: Name Argentina side = Cararates de Iguazu (Spanish) Brazil = Foz du Iguacu (Portuguese) 2.7 km (1.7 miles) long Average flow 396,258 gallons per second Peak flow 1,717,118 gallons ...

The Falls - Brazil, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

The Falls - Brazil

A travel blog entry by fiandross29

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We dropped off our gear at the b&b and due to our rumbling bellys headed straight out for dinner. Our first Brazilian BBQ experience. For those from Aberdeen it was like Tropiero without the green/red cards and yes I tried chicken heart for the first ...

Cataratas del Iguaz˙, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Cataratas del Iguaz˙

A travel blog entry by finrod3791

... day. In between I took a city bus up to the Itaipu dam, located on the Parana river and built jointly by Paraguay and Brazil in the 1970s. It provides 90-95% of Paraguay's energy and 25% of Brazil's, and is the largest hydroelectric plant in the ...

An extra day in Foz do Iguazu, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

An extra day in Foz do Iguazu

A travel blog entry by ellenmilton

Yes, but I had a good day because I visited the falls again till it was time to take the ...

Foz de Iguazu, the last station of my Westy, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Foz de Iguazu, the last station of my Westy

A travel blog entry by aleman

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To IGUAZU FALLS. after making a stopover in Blumenau, a very german settlement (not that nice though) i drove all the way to Foz de Iguazu. For one thing i wanted to see The Falls again (which i did first more than 10 years ago), and to sell my ...

Iguacu Falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguacu Falls

A travel blog entry by paulrobinson

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The highlight of the trip was a day at the Iguacu Falls on the border between Brazil and Argentina. A bus ride and a boat ride preceded the ...

One of the 7 Nature wonders..., Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

One of the 7 Nature wonders...

A travel blog entry by bjornrosier

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... make a short visit to Paraguay, since we wanted to get an extra stamp in our passport ;-) There goes a direct bus from Foz do Iguacu to Ciudad del Este. After 15 minutes we were there, but unfortunately the bus did not stop at the border. Between ...

Erster Kongresstag, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Erster Kongresstag

A travel blog entry by rinneaufreisen

... sehr warm und herzlich. Zwischendrin erfuhr ich, dass man fŘr mich in Brasilien ein Projekt hat und ich auch Rio de Janeiro beruflich besuchen werde. Ich soll dort zu einem anderen Scheringprodukt die Mitarbeiter unterstŘtzen. Daher werde ich nachher ...

Last stop in Brazil.... Obrigado!, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Last stop in Brazil.... Obrigado!

A travel blog entry by arango

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... here.  Other than Rio, I think we’ve met the most diverse groups of travelers here; US, Canada, Swizterland, Brazil, France, Slovakia, Argentina....it is certainly a world-wide attraction.  We will go to the falls tomorrow, and we are ...

Brazillian iguacu falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Brazillian iguacu falls

A travel blog entry by fsorbie

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... nice, a bit like a camomil and green tea that had been in the water too long and gone bitter. Gave passport to enter brazil, more stamps! When you arrive at the national park you have no idea there is anything spectacular to see. You still have to take ...

Rain at Iguassu = Relaxing at Hostel Natura, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Rain at Iguassu = Relaxing at Hostel Natura

A travel blog entry by danasv

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I woke up to rain and realised I'd forgotten to turn my alarm on the previous night. After breakfast and a shower I relaxed for the rest of the day in the hostel common room After the last day and a half really needed break, and the weather really ...

That's banana-cheap, Foz do Iguacu , Brazil travel blog

That's banana-cheap

A travel blog entry by jac_rob

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... get back into what we came here for... long bus trips. We needed to get to Porto Alegre to catch a bus to Foz do Iguašu. The Uruguay/Brazil border of Chui Chuy has a reputation of being the most complicated in South America if you attempt to cross it ...

The breathtaking Iguazu falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

The breathtaking Iguazu falls

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan

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... miss if you are in Argentina or Brazil! Make the effort.  We caught a bus back to the central bus station of Foz do Iguacu and boarded a bus to Ciudad del Este where we had to cross another border to get into Paraguay. Three ...

Iguassu Falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguassu Falls

A travel blog entry by jamesburford

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Iguassu Falls, undeniably one of the greatest sights of the natural world, stands on the border of Argentina and Brazil just south of Paraguay. The falls can be seen from both the Argentine and Brazilian sides and offer a different view from each.  ...

Iguazu - the Brazilian side, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu - the Brazilian side

A travel blog entry by davelauren

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Iguazu National Park is home to the largest remnant of the Atlantic forest in Brazil. The falls are formed by the waters of the Iguazu River. Today there are approximately á275 waterfalls with the largest water flow occurring in October and the smallest ...

Iguacu Falls From Another Point of View, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguacu Falls From Another Point of View

A travel blog entry by gypsylifestyle

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From Rio de Janeiro we took another 24 hour bus ride to the Iguacu Falls (the Brazilian side). When we arrived we quickly went to our Hostel to unload our backpacks and headed for the Argentinean border for some of the GREAT meats, cheeses and wine! We ...

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