What’s it like to be in the presence of the world’s largest waterfalls system? Well, in three words: wet, wild, and wonderful. These wonders of nature formed as the Iguazú River hurtles off the Paraná Plateau in the form of hundreds of waterfalls, at a rate of 1,500 square metres (gallons) per second, mark the local border between Argentina’s Misiones state and Brazil’s Paraná state (with Paraguay’s Ciudad del Este right nearby, as well). And this shot doesn't t even do them justice – Iguazú Falls (Iguaçu for Bralizians) are totally a UNESCO World Heritage bucket-lister if ever there was one. Read more about it in our blog post.