Travel Brazil’s Iguazu Falls, deeper and wider than Niagara!
When planning to visit Brazil, everyone thinks of a traditional samba or a festival city.
But beyond that, there is a lot to see in Brazil.
Apart from Sao Paulo or Rio de Janeiro, there are many beautiful places to visit.
Brazil has Foz do Iguaku. A small town in the south of Brazil. A city located on the border of Argentina and Paraguay. You can go there after visiting Sao Paulo or Rio.
The buses in Brazil are so comfortable that you can’t even think. The night buses also have toilet facilities. Iguacu is a 14-hour drive from Curitiba. A small town with many tourist-friendly places.
Several popular ‘Cataratas or waterfalls. There are hostels next to all these waterfalls to stay. However, you can also go to the National Park before seeing the waterfall.
You can go to the National Park by bus. Enter with a fixed fee. You can enjoy the magnificent view by riding on the open-roof double-decker bus in the park. Just 15 minutes of travel will fill the mind.
Find yourself among thousands of butterflies.
Iguanas, monkeys, and sweating will also be seen.
The strangest thing is that Foz do Iguacu Falls is not only deeper than Niagara. It’s twice as wide. You can walk along the narrow path along the waterfall. Be speechless when the whole waterfall is visible to your eyes.
You can visit Itaipu Hydroelectric Power Plant.
Based on this, Brazil’s huge industrialization has survived.
This is a huge power plant. Huge sums of money have been spent to build the whole power plant.
This is the most expensive and huge man-made infrastructure. In addition, you can spend a lot of time looking at the surrounding scenery.
Source: Happy Trips