This spectacular landscape of crashing waterfalls was once held sacred by the Guarani people, who called it Iguassu, or "Big Water." Straddling the border of Brazil and Argentina, Iguassu Falls is an enormous basalt staircase streaked with ... 

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2 sisters

February 2013

2 sisters and me

falls' rainbow

November 2012

Iguassu Falls November '12

Foz de Iguassu

November 2015

Picture taken from the Brazilian side of the National Park

Iguassu Falls

July 2014



Taking in the view

Iguassu Falls, Argentina

July 2014

Constant mist provides rainbows everywhere.

Iguassu Falls, Brazil

July 2014

Record rainfall produced spectacular sights.

Devil's throat

May 2014

The main waterfall seen from top

The itaipu dam

May 2014

A photo of the dam taken from the bus that takes you all around

Iguassu Falls from Helicopter

December 2013

A spectacular view of the falls from the air.

Devil's Throat

December 2013

Panoramic photo from the viewing platform


February 2013

in Brazil

Rakuns everywhere

February 2013

Rakuns fighting for food. Do not feed them because they get aggressive


February 2013

There is an option in Argentina to go on the boat. I did 12-20 minutes and that was plenty for me.

Argentine falls

February 2013

it was great. Our tour guide was lovely.

from Brazilian side

February 2013

If you want nice pictures I recommend Brazilian side, however I enjoy bush walking and I enjoyed Argentine side full day much more

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