Iguazu Falls is bordered by two countries, Misiones province in Argentina and the state of Parana, Brazil.
The waterfall in Iguazu is comparable with Niagara waterfall, however, in fact, Iguazu Falls is bigger and more unique than Niagara. As data comparison between both waterfalls, the maximum height of Niagara is 51 meters while Iguazu 82 meters.
The uniqueness of Iguazu fall that cannot be found in other waterfalls in the world is that it divide the river into two upper and lower parts. There are 275 areas from where the water come to the bottom, in some areas the water goes down in two steps. The waterfalls form an incredible view that never be found in any corners of the world.
The Iguazu River or it is also called the Devil’s Throat can be seen from both countries, Argentina and Brazil in three ways, from the land by walking through the bridge so that we can get closer to the waterfalls, by speed boat through the river, or by helicopter. The helicopter is only available if we visit the Iguazu falls from Brazil only.By bus, the trip will take about 3 hours or more from Buenos Aires. In Argentina, Iguazu Falls is part of Iguazu National Park. As mentioned above, the falls have a nickname “Garganta del Diablo” or the Devil’s Throat as the Argentinean said that the shape is like the devil’s throat.
To reach Iguazu, visitors can go by train that called Ecologist Rain forest Train. The distance is about 1,100 meters, then we have to walk as far as 600 meters until we reach the river. From the river we walk again through the bridge until we reach in “Garganta del Diablo”.
The renting fee for the helicopter is 180 Real Brazil to have about 15 minute’s unforgettable experience in your life. The renting fee includes 1 DVD of your journey while you are above the waterfalls and another DVD of Iguazu waterfalls photo clips, in addition 10 photo clips of flora & fauna of the Iguazu National Park.