Massive volcanic craters, acres of raw jungle and stretch of deserted sand dunes: the work of Mother Earth is just incredible. Thanks to these natural wonders, our Earth has been blessed with gorgeous landscapes and undulating backdrops. Without environmental protection, they might be gone faster than we expect. To pay tribute to these phenomenal sites, I’ve compiled a list of seven natural wonders of the world, based on my own opinion. I’ve personally visited all seven of them and can prove that they are all amazing and impressive. But obviously this is not a definitive list, it’s just my humble opinon.
Iguazu Falls, South America
Located on the Argentinean-Brazilian border, Iguazu Falls divides the countries, as if the waters were plunging off the edge of the tectonic plates. It has been compared to the Victoria Falls and Niagara Falls, but the Iguazu definitely offers better views and well-designed walkways. At the Devils’s Throat, you are standing in the midst of the torrential waters, surrounded by 360degrees of waterfalls. Visitors can see the falls from the Brazilian side (Foz de Iguacu) or the Argentinean side (Puerto Iguazu). Here are some tips for those visiting Iguazu Falls with kids.