The definite highlight of our recent trip to Argentina was visiting Iguazu Falls, one of the biggest waterfalls in the world (actually a conglomeration of 275 smaller waterfalls). Our first stop was the U-shaped Devil's Throat section - where about half the water of the Iguazu river tumbles off a 82 m high cliff. It's very wet! Here you can see Daniel's back as he views the massive flow.
A pic of both of us at Devil's Throat.
A view of Devil's Throat from afar.
A view of the rest of the falls from the vantage point of the lower trail.
Posing at the lower falls.
View from atop the falls.
We didn't go on a helicopter tour like we did at Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe (view my recap) because they don't offer them on the Argentine side of the falls and I didn't have a visa to go to the Brazilian side. So we never got a true panoramic view. But the area was so lush and lovely. Truly a world wonder!