Iguazú Falls seems to be on every travelers bucket list these days & there are many different ways (and places) that you can see them. Today I talk a little about our experience at Iguazú Falls in Argentina; what we brought with us, what we would have changed about our time there and why we decided to visit in Argentina.
Iguazú Falls are waterfalls situated on the border of the Argentine province of Misiones & the Brazilian state of Paraná. Together, these falls are the largest waterfall system in the world! When you are looking at the falls from above, the right bank on the Brazilian side makes up more than 95% of the Iguazu River basin but only 20% of the falls themselves. On the left side (the Argentinian side) you will find the other 80%.
You can also visit Iguazu Falls from the country of Paraguay which also serves as a gateway to Iguazu.
Headed to Iguazu Falls in Argentina & wondering where to stay? Check out some of your options below 👇
✖ Gran Melia Iguazu (luxury)
✖ Hotel Posada La Sorgente (Comfort)
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