Iguazu Falls, Argentina

So you’ve decided to book an Argentina dove hunting trip with the best bird and big game hunting outfit in the country—Argentina Birdman. Well, we can’t wait to have you! Although experiencing the best dove hunting Argentina has to offer is definitely worth the trip on its own, there are also a number of other wonderful places to explore while you’re here. So why not extend your trip by a few days and check out some of the beautiful sights that Argentina has to offer?

Need help narrowing down your sightseeing and recreation adventure options? Well, we can definitely help with that. Throughout the next few blogs we’ll fill you in on some of our favorite spots to visit throughout Argentina. This month, let’s takeheaven-on-earth-iguazu-falls-south-america a look at the gorgeous Iguazu Falls—located on the border of the Argentine province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Parana…

Iguazu Falls should definitely be on your bucket list of places to visit before you leave this earth. These magical falls were voted one of the 7 natural wonders of the world, which seems fitting since “Iguazu” roughly translates into “Great Waters.” If you thought Niagara Falls was a glorious sight to see, you will have your socks blown right off when you visit Iguazu Falls—which are much taller than and twice as wide as Niagara Falls. The waters from the Iguazu River seems to hurl themselves over the mesmerizing cliffs, and in the process create a spellbinding mist that rises amongst the jungle. The sheer power of these falls will leave you mouth agape and in awe of what nature is capable of.

The falls divide the Iguazu River into the upper and lower sections. While the majority of the river flows through Brazil, the powerful falls all spill over into Iguazu National Park in Argentina. You can make your visit to the falls a day trip if you’re short on time or trying to see as many sights as possible, but we would suggest spending at least two days near these enchanting waters. No matter where you’re starting off in Argentina, the falls are easily accessible by plane, car and bus.


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