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Iguacu National Park is amazing !!

by Hirotaka G.
(Tokyo)

I've not been to Brazil, but I wanna go there not less than once sooner or later. Brazil is a fantastic place for me!! There is abundance in attractive culture such as the samba, Rio de Janeiro's carnival, feijoada completa (the cuisine of Brazil), and so on.

Above all, I want to visit Iguaçu National Park. Iguaçu National Park is a national park registered on UNESCO's World Heritage list in 1986. This tropical rain forest has beautiful landscape and includes five ecosystems. But, those things are not the most notable part of Iguaçu National Park.

It is 'The Waterfall of the Iguaçu.' This immense waterfall straddles the border among Brazil and Argentina, and its length reaches 2.7 km!! About no less than 150 or 300 waterfalls (depending on season) compose The Waterfall of the Iguaçu, and the top waterfall has a difference of 72 meters in elevation!!

I can't imagine how impressive the view from the summit is!! No picture might do justice to the scene!! So I wanna watch it in person. Let's go together!! We can't miss it !!

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