This exceptionally beautiful waterfall horseshoe in South America is shared by Brazil and Argentina. Named "The Great Waters" by the local Tupi Guarani Indians, these falls are a UNESCO World Heritage Site:
As the jeep bounces and lurches along the rutted, potholed track, the ominous rumblings of distant thunder grow increasingly louder, its source masked by the surrounding dense jungle. At the end of the road, a brief clearing. Steamy, subtropical air is slightly cooler and carries the scent of mossy dampness...
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