Iguazu Falls

Photos speak louder than words.

The Argentinian side of the falls is really great, you get what you pay for. It’s just ” Wow “, we were warned, and even with that, we were impressed. In the end, we stayed 7 hours in the park under a blazing sun, with a few showers and taps to cool off and refill bottles.

Iguazu Falls seen from the Argentine side
Lots of butterflies to see.
And an iguana basking in the sun. 🙂

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The view from the Brazilian side. DSC03544

In our opinion, the Brazilian side is far less attractive than its neighbor. The Argentinian side of the falls is really great, you get what you pay for. After that, you really get the sense that they want to make the park as profitable as possible, so we take a bus to the falls and stop in front of all the fee-paying exit stops (boats, bikes, kayaks, etc.). But the view when you arrive is just amazing, you can see all the falls in one panorama and it’s well worth it. In our opinion, the Brazilian side is far less attractive than its neighbor.

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We are Floriane and Matthieu, a French couple with a passion for travel. After working for a few years in our beautiful capital, we decided to leave everything behind to travel around the world. of 2016-2017. Today, travel is still a part of our lives. Here we share all our traveltips and useful information. Find out more about us.
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