Iguassu Golf Club & Resort
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Well today started early 7am we left for the airport...got to the airport......plane delayed..... great first internal flight and its delayed..... the lucky thing was we were offered lunch.... first realise we have been through check in and security..... they herded all travellers down a long corridor and told we needed to go to the third floor.. …
... particular can be quite fast - the flood last June saw 46 million litres of water flow through the park - 95,000 houses at the edge of the park were under water - not just flooded but completely under water - the lowest amount flowing has been 250,000 litres and this was in drought!! We flew from Buenos Aires to Iguazu and took a bus to the National Park on the Argentinian side. Once in the park we walked a short distance to the station and took the little ...
... the National Park, paying a significantly smaller fee. Both countries set up the National Parks, Argentina in 1934 and Brazil in 1939, to protect and preserve the natural environment of the falls. Both were declared UNESCO World Natural Heritage sites in the 1980s. We were struck by the superior infrastructure and efficiency of the park on the Brazilian side as an internal bus ride delivered us to the trailhead for the walkway into the jungle. Completely ...
... longer climb back up, but it was worth it. It was really fun to be in the falls, even if I was soaked at the end (they give you a dry bag for your belongings and camera). You can also take a helicopter over the falls on the Brazilian side, but unfortunately, that wasn’t in my budget.
I visited both sides of the falls and had a good time. There were actually a few jerky guys who were ...
... to pose for photos as he wonders what you are doing. Iguazo Falls is in the heart of the jungle and there is very little habitation in this area. We then crossed the road and jumped on a helicopter to view the falls from above. The spume of the falls is visible from many miles. There is a junction in the river that forms the borders of Brazil, Argentina and ...