the beauty of the girl might have conquered the landscape as this site is on the run for one of the new 7 wanders of nature.
After another overnight bus ride we arrived in Iguassu and crossed the Brazilian border to the Argentinian side.
After a belly full of incredibly good empanadas we entered the park. The park stretches through several kilometers in the higher and lower sections around the gigantic water fall.
We started our visit with a train ride to the devils throat (garganta del diablo), where the river takes a vertiginous drop and lands some 100 meters below.
|Nuno getting to know the local butterfly community|
The noise from the water crashing down below is heard long before sighting the waterfall and a cloud of mist announces the spot.
We then proceed our tour by foot to other view points. Information boards tell us to stay on the path..or...
|...or the God serpent might come after us too?|
Next day it was time for some more beautiful views of the Iguassu falls, but this time from the Brazilian side. Beautiful waterfalls and beautiful butterflies.