Iguazu falls (Argentina) — exact location, interesting places, inhabitants, routes.
The cascade of Iguazu waterfalls is officially recognized as one of the 7 natural wonders of the world, and the steamed Niagara and Victoria certainly fade in front of it. The waters of the Parana river, which separates Argentina and Brazil, have washed their way through soft sediments, but basalt barriers and islets remain unbroken. They stretched for 3 km downstream, forming a network of 275 channels, rapids, waterfalls and canyons. Continue reading
If you think that you know everything about salt and it will not surprise you, then you should go to Uyuni to get acquainted with it again in the vast white desert.
Uyuni is the largest salt marsh in the world. It covers 12,106 km2, which is 5 times the area of Luxembourg.
The huge mountain lake Minchin 25,000 years ago almost completely dried up, leaving behind a couple of small reservoirs and two giant salt marshes: Uyuni and Koipasa.
The dried-up Uyuni salt lake is the main attraction of Bolivia. Continue reading