Iguazu Falls: There are no words to describe it

Iguazu from the helicopter
Iguazu from the helicopter

I can’t begin to tell you how excited I was to visit Iguazu Falls, one of the New7 Wonders of Nature.

Lying on the border of Argentina and Brazil, the falls are made up of between 150-300 smaller waterfalls, depending on the water level.

It has a total length of 2.7km, the longest drop is about 82m, and the average flow rate is 1756 cubic metres per second.

Those are the facts.

The real-life experience of standing before that beauty, however, is something I can’t explain.

I’ve tried, and I literally cannot put into words how amazing visiting Iguazu was.

So, instead, I’ll let my pictures (especially the goofy, over-excited look on my face) speak for themselves:

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