Iguazu falls are one of Argentina's most advertised attractions. And rightly so. After leaving Potosi and Bolivia behind, my next destination would be Puerto de Iguazu. That involved a little bit of excessive travelling :)
|almost 2.400km, which translates into 40h spent in buses during 3 days...hope Iguazu is worth it|
Puerto de Iguazu, the town that is close to the falls, is really nothing special.....apart from the huge mosquitoes it has :) The climate is tropical, humidity is high and the altitude is nearly at sea level....quite the opposite from Bolivia's altiplano cities.
Now, pictures time....you cannot really describe in words how spectacular these falls are. I have been to Niagara falls some years ago and was amazed, but when you face Iguazu, you remain speechless with the energy and the beauty you face right in front of you !!
|if you want your name to remain in history, all you have to do is.....jump :)))|
|going to the Garganta de Diablo...|
.the 3rd one in Argentina :) the other two are in Cafayate & Tilcara
|you take a nice shower just from the spray....refreshing i must say|
Next, I am heading down south to Rosario, another 18h on the bus :(