Using every extra minute to read, while waiting on a shuttle back to the airport, we were ready to leave Iguazu Falls. We left with a bright memory of this wonderful national park!
These are last photos near the waterfalls. We spent at the Iguazu Falls 2 days and it was enough to discover everything around. We are so glad we did this trip and saw one of the New Seven Wonders!
As I mentioned, we were thinking about taking the "waterfall shower" :) And we did so! We were excited! :)
The tour started in the morning when we, with other tourists, got on a bus that drove us through the Iguazu Park. While enjoying our journey through the jungles, our guide was giving us information about the Iguqzu. After a while, we arrived to the point of destination, from where we took a path to the boat platform. Once we put on our safety jackets, we were ready to leave the platform.
Our lunch in the Iguazu Sheraton hotel before leaving the waterfalls. What a meal! What a view of the falls! The cuisine in the hotel did not disappoint us. Everything was due to our particular tastes :)
Water break. What a good timing to have a glass of water relaxing outside, overviewing the waterfall and enjoying the wonderful forest breeze.
Here there are! :D
Wow! For a while we thought, “Did we close our balcony door?”. To be honest, when it is summer we might leave it opened… But we closed it! Phew… It means monkeys did not enter our room…
Right after we saw it, we went to the reception where Clinton let people know about “monkeys in somebody’s room” and… The lady said that it happens there all the time (and animals even “steal” stuff from tourists), so, “Do not worry and make sure you close the balcony door always”, was the answer. :)
Coming closer to the hotel, we saw monkeys jumping from balcony to balcony! It wouldn’t be so funny if somebody did not close the balcony door! We could see three monkeys entering somebody’s room! :D
I’m glad I made some video in perfect timing that we can remember this funny accident. :)
Seeing a warning sign, I was concerned about meeting coatis. Every time we saw them, we just tried to escape coming closer. But in this case it was inevitable! So many! I wonder whether they wanted the tourists to feed them… Anyway, we quickly took some picture and continued walking through the park to the hotel.
So impressive how many waterfalls there are in a row! We could not believe our eyes!
Btw, there is a boat in the water. With all those tourists in it, after having a drive on the water around waterfalls, it comes closer to one of the falls, and…is driven right under the of “rain clouds”! So fun! We saw people been completely soaked with the water but satisfied and happy after the tour :) So… We were thinking maybe also to gain this “underwater” experience the following day…:)
Finishing our stroll for the day…:)
Amazing natural beauty!
Does anybody have an idea what is there in the water?