Top 10 Latin America Waterfalls

Our Top 10 Best Latin America Waterfalls List consists of the favorites that we’ve personally visited. It’s a very large region so this collection is merely our humble sampling…

Top 10 Waterfalls of the World

The Top 10 Best Waterfalls of the World List consists of the waterfalls that Julie and I have personally visited that we consider to be our favorites. It’s sure to change as we continue to collect more falls from around the world.

Iguazu Falls: Paid Excursions and Activities

In addition to the catwalks and trails that allowed us to experience Iguazu Falls in a more intimate way, we did manage to do one of the paid excursions to experience a more wilder side of this place…

Iguazu Falls: When Is The Best Time To Visit?

When is the best time to visit Iguazu Falls? Well that really depends on what you’re trying to get out of your visit? Are you looking for more water in the waterfall? More activities to do at the waterfall?…

Iguazu Falls: How To Get There?

While I realize that answering this question really depends on who’s doing the asking, we can only speak from experience so we’re going to break down how we were able to get to Iguazu Falls from Los Angeles…

Iguazu Falls: Which Side is Better?

Because a waterfall such as Iguazu Falls spans two different countries, it’s natural to ask which side is better. In this case, is the Argentina side better? Or is the Brazil side better? Now I know there are those who’ll dismiss this question and say…

“Challenges and solutions going from Paraguay to Iguazu falls”

“Iguazu Falls” is one of most beautiful places in the world. This wonderful place is located near “Tres Fronteras” where Iguazu River enters river of Parana and national borders of Argentina, Basil and Paraguay comes together. Visitors can enjoy amazing views from Argentinian or Brazilian sides. Unfortunately form Paraguayan side falls cannot be seen. Ones […]

I love this place (Iguazu Falls)

Here are some pictures from my trip to brasil and Iguazu Falls in dec.2012 0 Comments*Enter your name*2 characters minimum.Do not change these fields following

Iguazu Falls in Slow Exposure

Last January I was at Iguazu Falls on both the Argentine side and the Brazilian side. Annoyingly the falls open at something like 10.00am way too late for a photographer. And they close before sunset. I decided to sneakily stay in overnight and get a morning shot from one of the most famous locations. The […]

The most awesome place I have ever been!

I visited Iguazu Falls the first time back in 1978. I stayed in a hostel that was just outside the park where international travelers stayed – no electricity and no plumbing in the rooms. The falls were so fantastic that I went back another three times, staying at the same hostel. The natural beauty is […]

Iguazu Falls – Exceeds Expectations

I visited Iguazu Falls in 2003 and, based upon what I had read and what I had been told, I had high expectations for the falls. That said, after getting off of the bus, while I was walking to the falls, I heard a tremendous roar of the water. I got chills, the roar of […]

Most Amazing Waterfall! Iguazu Falls

I visited Iguazu Falls in February 2010 for two days staying at the Sheraton Hotel in the Park on the Argentina side. Two days was not long enough as I did not make it to the Brazil side. We took a boat trip into the bottom of the falls thinking that it would be like […]

Iguazu Falls Itinerary – August 30, 2007 to September 3, 2007

This itinerary of our visit to Iguazu Falls was designed in the interest of limited time as it took place over the Labor Day Weekend plus a couple of additional days off to extend the holiday to a total of five days…

“La Catarata Loca” (Iguazu Falls – August 30, 2007 to September 3, 2007)

Screams were heard all around us as if we were in some rollercoaster ride. The Kiwi guy sitting behind me kept yelling to no one in particular, “To the extreme!”