Cataratas del Iguazú en Argentina. The Iguazu Falls.





En Enero de 2018, en nuestro viaje a Argentina, tuvimos la oportunidad de visitar las Cataratas del Iguazú tanto en Argentina cómo en Brasil, había llovido mucho los días anteriores por lo que pudimos contemplar esas inolvidables cataratas en todo su esplendor. Estas cataratas están consideradas una de las “Siete maravillas naturales del mundo” . Está formada por 275 saltos y el 80% de ellos están ubicados en el lado argentino, la caída más alta es de 80 metros. Puedes pasear para conocerlo a través de tres largos caminos muy seguros en el lado argentino. Te mojarás al pasar tan cerca de las cataratas y escucharas un gran estruendo de agua cayendo al vacío.
En Brasil puedes contemplar las cataratas con más distancia lo que te permite una visión de conjunto preciosa, también hay paseos seguros, cataratas cercanas en la que seguro que también te mojarás.
En resumen si es un año lluvioso y puedes visitar ambos lados, serán visitas inolvidables. En estos dos vídeos resumo ambas experiencias y sensaciones.
In January 2018, on our trip to Argentina, we had the opportunity to visit the Iguazu Falls, both in Argentina and in Brazil; it had rained a lot in the previous days so we were able to contemplate those unforgettable waterfalls in all their splendour. These falls are considered one of the “Seven Natural Wonders of the World”. It is made up of 275 jumps, and 80% of them are located on the Argentine side, the highest drop is 80 meters. You can get to know it by walking through three along, safe paths on the Argentine side. You will get wet when passing so close to the falls and you will hear a great roar of water falling into the void.
In Brazil, you can contemplate the falls from a greater distance, which allows you a beautiful overview, there are also safe paths, and nearby waterfalls in which you will surely also get wet.
In short, if it is a rainy year and you can visit both sides, they will be unforgettable visits. In these two videos I summarize both experiences and sensations.

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  1. In January 2018, on our trip to Argentina, we had the opportunity to visit the Iguazu Falls, both in Argentina and in Brazil; it had rained a lot in the previous days so we were able to contemplate those unforgettable waterfalls in all their splendour. These falls are considered one of the "Seven Natural Wonders of the World". It is made up of 275 jumps, and 80% of them are located on the Argentine side, the highest drop is 80 meters. You can get to know it by walking through three along, safe paths on the Argentine side. You will get wet when passing so close to the falls and you will hear a great roar of water falling into the void.

    In Brazil, you can contemplate the falls from a greater distance, which allows you a beautiful overview, there are also safe paths, and nearby waterfalls in which you will surely also get wet.

    In short, if it is a rainy year and you can visit both sides, they will be unforgettable visits. In these two videos I summarize both experiences and sensations.

  2. Vaya imágenes te has reservado para inaugurar el año amigo Javier. Que lugar tan increíble, todos los que amamos la naturaleza soñamos con ir ahí al menos una vez en la vida.
    Gracias por traernos las a casa.
    Un fuerte abrazo y feliz año nuevo.

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