Living in Hawaii, I’m no lightweight when it comes to being impressed by waterfalls. But mulitply Akaka Falls on the Big Island by about a thousand and you’ll get Iguazu Falls in South America: the dribble after turning off a fire hose.
I’ve spent the past three days exploring, hiking and gazing awe-struck at this 2-mile long waterfall that spans two countries, Brazil and Argentina. Mind blowing is the best way to describe it. And wet, of course.
Even Niagara in New York, which I visited last month and raved about afterward looks like only a tiny part of Iguazu.