Bourbon Cataratas Convention & Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Two days ago we went to Sugar Loaf Mountain (?) with our guide Augusto. It is a mountain, or actually two mountains, strung together by cable cars. It was lovely up top, not much different from other pretty mountains but you had a 360 degree view of Rio which happens to be a spectacularly beautiful city. He drove through a part of town called Urca …
We had an early start for Tam Flight to Iguazu Falls. Left our hotel at 7am to catch our 9 am flight.
Luckily we were using Buenos Aires local Airport which was only 10 minute bus ride from our hotel. Flight was quit bumpy due to heavy cloud but on time. On arrival we were taken straight from the Airport to the Argentinian side of the falls. It …
... second during flood seasons. What this means is simply an awe inspiring sight. We walked the hundreds of metres of excellent walkways at different levels, admiring sections of the falls from the Argentina side. These walkways are right in the jungle and near the water for an up-close perspective.
The following day we took another bus that passed through customs and into Brazil for a look at the falls from across the river. As with Argentina, ...
... really powerful. There is a lot of mist, so it is hard to see to the bottom, but you can feel the power just standing next to it. I have never been to Niagara Falls so I can't compare the two, but I can say that Iguazu is truly beautiful.
You can also take a motorized boat into the spray of the bottom of the falls, which I decided to do. You get really, really wet, and there is a long climb down and ...
... the noise we were making we were not in danger of seeing any puma, jaguar or toucans. The boat trip following was amazing. We were warned to put our ponchos on, then our life jackets. We were provided with waterproof bags for our shoes and cameras and then off we went. We rode the rapids in a mild sort of way then approached the falls from below. Really spectacular. Then it started to rain, a real tropical downpour. ...