Located in South America, Iguazu Falls is definitely one of the best tourist attractions in South Africa. It is the place which combines natural beauty with pure magic.
Facts on Iguazu Falls
- Brazil & Argentina: This fall is split between two countries, divided by Iguazu River. Both countries do share a fair part of hundreds of waterfalls. But more than 80% of it is located on the Argentinean side. Although not distributed evenly, both sides do offer wildly diverse views. Its endless angles and history are quite exciting.
- Rainbows & endless mist: here, you are likely to come across rainbows forming around you. If it is a sunny day, you may get to witness several of them. The mixture of sun and mist results in the formation of the right amount of light required to generate beautiful and stunning rainbows.
- The number of Iguazu waterfalls: This place boasts of having 275 waterfalls in all, which is quite astonishing. But to see them, will entirely depend upon your location country. Although only 1/5th of waterfalls are on the Brazilian side, this place is well keno for offering panoramic views. You can walk underneath on the Argentinean side. You should definitely visit both sides to enjoy what nature has to offer.
- Wild animals: This place is considered to be among the world’s most diverse environments. There are various types of wild animals like jaguars, toucans, monkeys and the Coatis, belonging to the raccoon family. The Coatis are sneaky animals!
- Hiking Paths & Walkways through the Park: Several walkways and trails exist through the Iguazu Falls. They are easily navigable. You can come across a long pathway at the Brazilian side, moving along the river, offering amazing views. Also is present along jetty going out, allowing you to have a direct view of the huge Devil’s Throat. The lower & upper trails on the Argentinean side provide you with every possible angle to view the majestic waterfalls.
- Devil’s Throat: Above the largest Iguazu waterfall on the Argentinean side, you are sure to get amazing views. There is a small viewing platform, underneath which is the Devil’s Throat, considered to be among the most powerful of all things to be viewed. It is also known as ‘Devil’s Cauldron’. Waters amounting to 1 million litres gushes over the falls in a second.
- Beneath the falls: River flowing beneath it is 820 miles long and is a natural border between Argentina & Brazil. There are more than hundred different species of fishes here. It also connects to South America’s second-largest river, the Parana River. Before you see it you hear Iguazu in the native language. The name means big water. A waterfall twice as tall as Niagara and miles wide we take a boat across the rapids to one of the wonders of nature this is the largest waterful system in the world so huge it cuts across two nations over there is Brazil this side Argentina disgorging the contents of five Olympic swimming pools every second.The centre of the Falls called Devil’s Throat. You can feel the ship powers and Falls our little boat is getting buffeted around and there is a constant mist in my face but we’re still not wet enough. Millions visit it was but close by is another magical place many folks miss. 400 species of birds live in the National Park that surrounds the Falls. Some endangered Yarra helps run a local sanctuary in Brazil something that is very serious traffic 40 because of moles we have wrong in the park 1200 animals half of this came from confiscation endangered birds like the hyacinth Macau and red-tailed parrot. Confiscated from traffickers across Brazil who sell themabroad including in the US the taku toucan is particularly sought after Yara says part of changing that is reaching hearts and minds we receive in this bank 800,000 people per year.We’d love to think that most of them leave here and chanting Brazilians and folks from around the world come to a quasi to experience the thrill of the wild and leave knowing a little more about how toprotect nature and you know in those Falls you see the power of nature and with the birds you seeits vulnerability.
The above facts are sure to impress you and compel you to visit the place.