The Iguazu Falls lie on the border of Argentina and Brasil and are truly a site to behold in person. They are made up of over 275 different waterfalls and features a mind boggling amount of water that careens over what is known as the devil's throat. To properly visit the falls requires at least one day on the Argentinian side and half a day on the Brazilian side. It is really worth it to see the falls from both countries as the perspectives are much different (my initial pics are of the Argentinian side; the tail end of my pics are of the Brazilian side).
One thing I was surprised about when visiting was how brown the water was (this is due to more sediment being carried by the water). Interesting note on this, from what I read, only 4 decades ago, the water at the falls was clear. Enjoy!|