Travels of a Lifetime, VideoBlog Series: Iguazú Falls

 #1. Iguazu Falls, Argentina and Brazil

"The Sound of Water" 

Iguazú Falls are waterfalls of the Iguazu River on the border of the Argentina province of Misiones and the state of Paraná in Brazil, and a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site. Divided by various islands into separate waterfalls, two thirds of the falls belong to Argentina and one third to Brazil. The falls are part of the ecosystem protected by both the Argentine and Brazilian government.

About twenty minutes stroll from the park entrance, we took the train at ‘Estacion Catarata’ to reach the entrance to the main route/walkway to the Devil’s Throat or Gargantua del Diablo. It was a long walk to the viewing platform. We could see the spray way over the falls from midway of the trail. Approaching Devil’s Throat, I heard the thunderous sound of violent magnificent falling waters.

Click HERE to watch it on Youtube or click the thumbnail below.


This is the first issue of "My Travels of a Lifetime" VideoBlog series. Places are not ranked from top to bottom. This will be a continuing series to include places I have yet to see.

Photos by the author



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