Two countries, two languages and one slightly large set of waterfalls with a border in the middle.
We stayed in Iguacu on the Brazilian side of the falls so started off there.
The roar of crashing water assaults you long before you get to see or feel any of the wet stuff. A couple of bends later…
From here, it gets noisier and wetter until only diving cameras have a sporting chance of survival.
Managed to find a bunch of colourful butterflies to disturb on the way out, sorry!
There is a bird park here too. Not colossal fans of seeing our feathered friends in cages but this facility provides large areas in their natural habitat. So much so that there are identical birds sitting on the top of some of the cages.
The Argentine side is a day trip and is no less impressive. Any trip here should involve both views. Much more walking on the Argentine side but well worth every step.
Back to Rio in the morning for our connection to Columbia. Front row seats! Woo Hoo!!