6 hours from the city of Asuncion and across the border into Brazil, one of the seven wonders of the world lies waiting for your visit!
Iguazú Falls, located on both the Brazilian and Argentinian sides, is the largest chain of waterfalls in the world. Home to many creatures like the coati, Iguazú Falls is a well preserved national park that welcomes visitor from all around the world.
I was lucky enough to be able to travel to these falls for the second time, having been here back in 2015. But still, seeing them first hand is surreal. In all honesty, no picture or video can do it justice. The sound of tumbling water, the tweets from tropical birds, the mist that rises into the air, they're all moments that in my opinion should be witnessed in person.
But as a lot of people don't have the same opportunities as I do, I'm writing this article to hopefully give some insight into what the visit would be like.
Below in this gallery of photos showcases the waterfalls, plant life, and animals you would see if you're ever able to travel here. (which I highly suggest if you ever get the chance! South America is filled with many hidden gems!)
If you want to see more just click on this link to watch my YouTube Vlog about my trip!