Travel Blogs from Puerto Iguazu
... some lunch after and headed out to explore some local sights. There are people everywhere trying to take you on tours and get some money from you for something. Instead of being roped in to paying extra, we just grabbed some brochures for inspiration on what to do and planned our own excursion. We walked down to the point, where three boders meet - Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil. In between you have the river, which divides them all and on the top of a hill ...
The weather was still fine and so we decided to visit the other falls in Missiones as well: The Moconá falls of the river Uruguay. The road to the falls was as nice as the falls itself - windy and the the top of the hills at a lot of scenic views on the rain forst and rivers.
It was really hot that afternoon and we welcomed the wet boat trip to the falls.
... get a good look from a lot of angles which was good. One thing that was really cool about the mini waterfalls running alongside the main set were covered in really green foliage that somehow is able to cling to the side of the cliffs. I know I may have used this phrase before on the blog, but it was a really Jurassic Park like landscape! As an added bonus we could also get a good look at Brazil, which is on the opposite side of the river. There is also a viewing platform ...
... we were able to get some amazing shots!
On the 2nd day we started with the “Lower Trail”.
On this track you walk to the bottom of the waterfalls that you view on the upper trail. The amount of water that pours over the edge is astounding. As you stand at the bottom, all you can hear is the loud roar of the water crashing into the river below. All you can see is white mist blowing in every direction and all you can feel are ...
... view of the falls on the Brazilian side. It was incredible, and we decide it’s the perfect spot to alleviate some hunger pains. As the path is narrow, we sit just off the edge of it and settle down to enjoy the bread, crackers, cheese, salami, Dulce de Leche and wine luncheon. We had a lovely time and even ended up with an extra Amanda, who happened to be walking past, joining us to share in what Anna calls “the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking