In order to get the best price on the plane flight I flew in a day early and left a day after the conference ended. Due to arriving early I was able to go to both sides of the water falls. I really enjoyed my time at both sides but I have to say that I liked the Brazilian side the best because you spent lots of time at the base of some of the largest falls. The water falls are actually named as one of the new seven natural wonders of the world.
I wish that I could share with you the raw power that I felt while standing at the base of this glorious water fall. The mist kicked up by the water fall was so heavy that we got pretty soaking wet just standing at the base.
There are something like 150-300 unique waterfalls which make of Foz de Iguacu depending on the water level. Due to all of the different unique waterfalls the park offered many great viewing points.
On Tuesday the entire conference went to the Argentina side of the water falls. We were able to walk to a platform right above the Devil’s Throat waterfall. It was amazing to be able to stand above the water fall and hear/feel the power of the water crashing over the edge.
The Devil’s throat is the highest of the water falls.
We also were able to walk along the edge of many of the water falls. It was spectacular to be able to see all of the unique falls that we saw.
On the Argentina side of the water falls I brought up the end of the group so the picture below was often my view.