Iguazu Falls: A Mini-Guide to The World’s Most Spectacular Waterfalls; Nick & Dariece; TravelPulse
Iguazu Falls or Iguaçu Falls, depending on which side of the gigantic South American waterfalls you are referring to, are not one of the natural wonders of the world without very good reason. These falls are taller and twice as wide as the famous Niagara Falls, with three times its flow capacity. If you are visiting South America, this UNESCO world heritage site should be at the top of your list!
Situated at the tri-border of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina, it is recommended that you visit the National Parks in both Argentina and Brazil to experience the two-mile chain of jaw-dropping waterfall cascades in all their glory.
How to Get There
The most spectacular waterfalls in the world can be reached easily by plane or bus.