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Brazil, a wild and exotic country. The colors, the food, the people, the nature...The beautiful Brazil! . Even if you have been to Brazil a dozen times, or live near - you will never have truly seen everything. In this article, DO go chasing waterfalls, you won't regret it!

 Home of some of Amazon, Brazil offers the worlds greatest wonders as waterfalls and these majestic bodies of water leave much to be inspired by: 

Garganta del Diablo
Don't let the name scare you away. Garganta del Diablo (The Devil's Throat) leads to of the Brazils, if not the planets most spectacular sight. A lookout platform is situated right at the top over looking this majestic, powerful torrent of water - with vapors soaking those who visit with a mystical mist that can be seen several kilometers away. 

There are organized tours from Cataratas Train Station, or you can walk and enjoy the sights and sounds. 

2. Iguazu Falls
One of our favorite places to visit; Iguazu Falls is an UNESCO recognized site, as it is insanely magnificent and ecologically important. 

Located in the town of Curitaba, on the border of Brazil and Argentina, is one of our favorite and top rated places to visit; the Iguazu Falls - an UNESCO recognized site as it is insanely magnificent and ecologically important to the area. Compromised of nearly 300 individual falls, voluminous flow of water has quite the tourist following so be sure to arrive early to enjoy and be misted with all of its splendor!

3. Salto Yucuma Waterfall 

Spanning nearly 5,000 feet from side to side, the Salto Yucuma Waterfall is known for for its height, but for its incredible breadth! The sounds of this waterfall alone is enough to evoke a feeling of wonderment, to which you can float off and dream to. Just be sure not be careful during the rainy season as it can be quite treacherous. 

4. Pe Da Serra Waterfall 
An underrated beauty in our books, the Pe Da Serra is not too far from other Brazilian attractions such as the Mirante do Cristo and Salome J Rodregues Park, and is also a great option for those who are mindful of their budget as it is free for those to enjoy. 

"Pe Da Serra isn't just beautiful to gaze upon — it sounds amazing as well. Find a nice spot to sit, close your eyes and listen to the water cascading down." - 

There are so many other great waterfalls to visit while you're in Brazil! Comment below to name your favorite!