Iguazu Falls is located on the border between Brazil and Argentina. It is a complex of 300 cascading waterfalls among the lush jungle vegetation. Since 10,000 years ago, the Indians have given it the name "the great water". The water flow is at least 5,000 cubic meters per second.

When the water falls on an ancient monolith of cooled lava, the roar and the view are incredible. On both sides of the falls, the areas are included in national parks where the animal and plant life is diverse. The best time to visit is in early summer, when the falls are at their fullest. The nearest town is Puerto de Iguazu.

Rating 5 from 2 voted Iguazu Falls, Argentina