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We were greeted to an up close and personal view of the falls in the form of a walkway that extends a few hundred metres, right up to where the falls drop. The views were incredible. I was lucky that I had brought my waterproof dry bag that I could put my camera and passport into. I am pretty happy I brought my water proof camera along! Getting splashed was my favourite part of the day!
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Probably the most beautiful scenery I have ever seen: the full view of the Iguazu falls. For the first 5 minutes I couldn’t stop smiling and hearing “wow” “wow” “wow” from everybody and from everywhere. It’s simply amazing: the colors, the view, the amount of water passing from being calm on the upper river (Rio Plata) to a gigantic power-showing-off on the falls and then calm again. The sound, deep and strong, ...
... are so varied. Highlights were the devils throat, the little walk on San Martin Island and the speed boat taking us directly under the falls. I expected to get wet on this ride but it was insane! Imagine someone emptying a lots of baths of water directly over your head! Soaked through but lots of fun! The little coatis were cute but hungry! I just bought myself a rather tasting empanada, strolled ...
... be viewed from both sides. The Argentinian side is largely considered the best side as it boasts a majority share of the falls across it's border and gives tourists the opportunity to get up close and personal... and I mean this quite literally. We perilously took a boat ride to three of the biggest waterfalls within the lagoon which actually took us directly into the path of the unforgiving falls, forcing us to shut our eyes tight and become deafened by the ...
... Falls revealed themselves once again. I was even more amazed than I'd been the day before. And it just kept getting better; the platform not only led you right out into the middle of where the water was falling (lucky we'd packed our rain jackets!), but we were also able to get so close to the falling water that you could put your hand out to touch it. As you can imagine it was very loud. The sound was so much that ...
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