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Iguazu Falls, Argentina-Brazil. Grand tour

In January 2008 we photographed Iguazu Falls (also known as Iguassu and Iguaçu) located on the border of Argentina and Brazil. This was one of the first AirPano virtual tours. We got only two aerial panoramas in the tour, because of local restrictions for shooting from a helicopter. At that time there was the only helicopter company Helisul, located at the Brazilian side. Unfortunately administration of Brazilian Iguazu Falls Park requested 20 thousand US dollars for a permit to open helicopter doors. Obviously, we didn't have such money, and so I had to struggle shooting spherical panoramas through a small passenger window. Besides, it was prohibited to fly under 500 meters above the waterfalls (which would disturb the nature), as well as crossing the Argentinean border that runs through the middle of the Iguazu River. These restrictions kept our pilot away from most interesting spots of the waterfall.

Iguasu falls, Argentina-Brazil

I took another attempt in a few days. Available helicopter, however, didn't have passenger headphones. I had to cancel the flight, because it was critical to communicate with a pilot during our trip. As I was scheduled to leave Brazil on the following day, the director (an old lady) promised me to refund 500 dollars deposit for the cancelled flight. When I returned to Iguazu Falls a year later, the lady conveniently forgot about her promise and I never got my money back.

Iguasu falls, Argentina-Brazil

It was obvious that a large helicopter was not enough to shoot Iguazu Falls properly (especially from the Argentinean side). We decided to take a second chance and sent our RC helicopter team to Iguazu.

Today we present a large virtual tour that includes aerial and ground photographs. Visitors can see details of Iuazu Falls that were not available for public before from the bird's eye view.

And now I give you Stas Sedov, who personally took part in this photo expedition.

Oleg Gaponyuk



Leaving for Iguazu Falls, Dima and I were worried that it would be a dry season.

Dry season, 2006 year

Dry season in 2006

Big water, 2005 year

Big water in 2005

Our mission was to photograph one of the largest waterfalls in the world, and not a little drip of water. Dima planned our trip very well, carefully selecting travel dates. However, no one could imagine that this would be one of the most stressful and exhausting photo shoots in AirPano history...

Here are selected parts of our email communication with colleagues during the trip: 

18 June 

I arrived to Iguazu Falls. It rains practically non-stop. There were few gaps in the clouds today, but no sun.

I have never seen so much water in the waterfall basin, even though I have been traveling for 10 years. It pours at 3 million liters per second, and the norm is 1,5 million liters per second...

The waterfall is unbelievably cool! A true endless flow of water!

Iguasu falls, Devils throat

We will figure out how to shoot the waterfall. We have few ideas, but we worry about our equipment very much. Guys, send us some good weather ASAP! We miss the sun a lot!

19 June 

It has been raining non-stop since last night. We went to the observation deck under the waterfall. It was impossible to shoot there! I was soaking wet after running there and back! The viewpoint is practically enveloped in a cloud of mist. We have to take this spot off our location list, unfortunately.

Almost entire canyon is covered with think mist created by falling water. In Moscow, you cannot even imagine the way it looks — it is completely different from older Iguazu spherical panoramas.

20 June 

Morning. It's raining again. But we have finally caught our "three rays of sun!"

We have waited for quite awhile on the observation deck; lots of tension, everybody's stressed. There was even more water comparing to the day before. It was risky. At times we flew the helicopter in a thick water mist, maneuvering between heavy clouds. The equipment is still functional. In 15 minutes after our lucky moment it started to rain again, so we wrapped it up. 

Iguasu falls, Argentina-Brazil

There was a funny incident later at night. We decided to get a snack while waiting for the sun. Dima bought few packs of cookies and a can of soda in a café near the viewpoint, and left it all on a table. We looked away for a moment and immediately heard a light crunch. We didn't understand what it was at first. Quick look at the table — the cookies are gone! Everything disappeared, but the tail of a little thief running for cover in a nearest shrub. What a vermin! And usually these nosy creatures look so chubby and slow, especially when posing for a camera.

Going to study Iguazu Falls from Argentinean side tomorrow. I checked the footage — there is a chance to get close to the Devil's Throat.

22 June 

We have finally shot Iguazu Falls!

It was the most challenging photo shoot — physically and emotionally — of my entire career. Out of five days of our trip the weather favored us only once, today. We have been [censored] exhausted while waiting for the sun to come out!

We have tried practically all weather improving tricks known to men: throwing coins into the water; sacrificing an old flash card to the waterfalls; Dima even made a personal (much more powerful) sacrifice — he quit smoking! (Ok, it was only for the duration of our trip).

I don't know which of the tricks finally worked, and who heard our prayers, but today the sun showed up by the end of the day, even if only for a couple of hours. We did our best to make use of this time and to shoot as many locations as possible from the Argentinean side of the waterfalls. Too bad, we didn't have enough time to photograph everything we wanted.

Iguasu falls, Argentina-Brazil

At night, while processing images, I noticed a peculiar effect — upside-down rainbows! They looked normal from the ground level, but from a higher angle (from a helicopter) a rainbow arches not up, but down. Amazing!

It is raining again outside, so we are going home tomorrow...

23 June 

It is late at night, I am writing from the capital of Brazil. We merely made it from Iguazu Falls — as if the waterfall didn't want to let out team go.

Under the morning rain (as you probably guessed by now) we arrived to the airport to learn that our flight was cancelled. They offered us to take a 4PM flight.

Clouds lifted a bit, and sun picked out for a moment. We grabbed out bags and ran back to the park, to the waterfalls. I assembled our helicopter on the floor in a car rental office while Dima signed papers. 

Iguasu falls, Argentina-Brazil

When we entered the park, sun was still out, shining bright. We were very excited. Well, as you can easily imagine, the sky got quickly covered with dark clouds with no hope for an outbreak.

After an hour of waiting I proposed to shoot anyway, while waiting for the sun. Agreed — we take off.

The helicopter flew far away from the observation deck — so scary! Ok, it looks like we've got the pictures, time to go back. I land the helicopter and remove the camera to check our "masterpieces." What the hell? The focusing ring was messed up completely. All images can go down the drain.

Alright! I prepare for the next flight. Now we got a strong wind and light rain. We thoroughly check the camera and lens before take off. Everything is fine.

Iguasu falls, Salta Bossetti, Argentina-Brazil

We take off and start shooting. There was a moment when the helicopter almost crashed due a strong turbulence, but we managed to keep it up. We land and remove the camera — what the hell??? All our camera settings were off! The humidity might have caused it, but we didn't care — all images could go down the drain again. The following five minutes were filled with loud cursing in Russian. Finally, I tell Dima "The waterfall simply doesn't want to surrender to us. Let's wrap it up before we crash the helicopter." Dima agreed.

Well, we couldn't help it and stayed for another 15 minutes or so. There was an opening in the clouds. What do you think? We flew one more time.

It was probably the most thorough and precise pre-flight check we have ever done. We checked every single detail three times. While at it, a heavy cloud of mist came from the waterfall and we were forced to take the helicopter higher to keep the lens relatively dry.

Fortunately, this flight went well. We quickly packed our gear and left for the airport under heavy raindrops.

In the airport we found out that our flight was delayed for another hour and a half, so our trip to Iguazu Falls turned to be one day longer. There was no more sunlight. On the way back, when I looked out of an airplane window, everything was covered with clouds. It was raining again at Iguazu...

Photography by Stanislav Sedov and Dmitriy Moiseenko


Iguazu Falls in South America crowns the final stretch of the river bearing the same name. Fifteen kilometers downstream from the waterfalls, the Iguazu River (also known as Iguassu or Iguaçu) empties into another waterway of the continent — the Paraná River. Both create a sort of T-shaped crossroads where the three Latin American states come together: Argentina, Paraguay, and Brazil. Huge frontier markers on the three riverbanks are painted in the national colors of the respective nations. 

Iguasu falls, Argentina-Brazil

It is far from being unique that a waterfall creates a state borderline. For example, Niagara Falls is a natural border between the United States and Canada. Yet comparing to Iguazu Falls, the famous Niagara Falls "look like a kitchen faucet," as Eleanor, the wife of the American President Franklin Roosevelt, once said. The First Lady of the United States had not overstated. The height of the Niagara Falls on the Canadian side reaches 53 meters, whereas on the US side (because of piled rocks beneath) it shows only 21 meters. Iguazu Falls, however, drops from the heights of 60 to 80 meters.

It is not surprising that, translated from the language of native Guarani Indians, Iguazu means "big water." Fantastic beauty of the site is multiplied by a colorful rainbow, which can often be seen above the sparkling mist and lush tropical vegetation along both riverbanks. It is believed that Spanish conquistador Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca was the first European to find this natural landmark of South America. He reached the waterfalls in 1541 on his voyage through the jungle up the Paraná River in search of the legendary treasures of Eldorado.

Iguasu falls, Argentina-Brazil

If Iguazu were a single curtain of water, it would be the widest waterfall on the planet. However, this is not the case. Today the title of the widest undivided waterfall in the world belongs to Victoria Falls (1800 meters) in Africa. By the way, it is also a natural border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. 

As for Iguazy Falls, it consists of over 270 separate waterfalls with total width of 2700 meters. Numerous islands of different size separate waterfalls. In turn, the islands are connected by footbridges, where one can enjoy a closer view of the falling water. The biggest waterfall of the Iguazu cascade bears a grim name — the Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo in Spanish or Garganta do Diabo in Portuguese); it also serves as a border between Brazil and Argentina. The width of "The Throat" is 150 meters, and its length is 700 meters. The shape of the Devil's Throat resembles a horseshoe and includes fourteen powerful waterfalls.

It is interesting that people just recently began using waterfalls for their needs. For example, the Itaipu hydroelectric dam was opened only in 1991. Built by Brazil and Paraguay, the Itaipu Dam generates 12 600 MW powering almost 40% of Brazil and Argentina. The Itaipu Dam is also one of the largest dams in the world; both nations consider it a masterpiece of modern technology. 

Iguasu falls, Devils throat

The Iguazu National Parks located on both sides of the waterfall were designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1984 — 1986. In 2011, Iguazu Falls was announced as one of the winners of the "New Seven Wonders of Nature."

Unfortunately, the Natural Wonder of Iguazu Falls is very fragile. Approximately 1,5 to 3 tons of water flows down the Iguazu Falls every second depending on the season. However, every 40 years a drought turns Iguazu Falls into a basalt cliff. Last time it happened in May — June 1978: not a single drop of water has fallen into the Iguazu chasm for 28 days... On the other hand, major floods fill the waterfall up to the brim. The only waterfall immune to weather in Brazil and Argentina is the infamous "Devil's Throat."

Iguasu falls, Devils throat

Most of the waterfalls are located on the Argentinean side of Iguazu (2 100 meters long). Being much lower, Brazilian side, however, is considered most spectacular, as one can enjoy a better view of the waterfalls. You have an opportunity to look at the famous landmark of South America from above and see that Iguazu Falls are stunning from every angle. 

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carlos enrique martinez delgado, Brazil

¡Añoro mi querido Misiones!
Todo el verde que llena los ojos, el canto de mil aves... Y esta Maravilla Mundial que Dios ha plantado en las tres fronteras, crece y se agiganta en mis recuerdos. Esculpida en la roca basáltica bajo la imponente fuerza del agua que se desploma como un monstruo implacable y un grito visceral desde la Garganta del Diablo, enmudeciendo toda vana conversación.
I yo...
Quemándome atrapada en un desierto silencioso sin opción.

I'm home sick for Misiones!
All the green that fills your eyes, a thousand bird songs, a World Wonder planted by God among three Nations, grows like a giant in my memories. Sculpted on basaltic rock, by the relentless force of waters that plummets down like a fierce monster, a visceral growl from the Devil's Throat, drowning all vain conversation.
And I'm stranded, burning up in a quiet desert!

Gabriela Steger, USA

Just returned from a trip with my daughter to Iguazú, we are still speechless and amazed by this incredible natural site. Thank you for your panos, they will be with us reminding the fabulous memories we brought back. Thank you again and keep the great work!!

Ed Albesi, Argentina

This is indeed the most BEAUTIFUL WATERFALLS that I have seen (having visited several countries)and am indeed very stunned that nature can create such an outstanding natural work of ART AND BEAUTY. I have seen such 3 times now and will revisit such every time I visit Argentina or Brazil.

John Dunlop, United Kingdom

Exelente y magestuosas panoramicas de unas de las bellezas De este planeta Llamado Tierra sensacional Felicidades

Gilberto Sanchez mercado, Mexico

las fotos son muy bellas, pero tengo que decir algo, soy paraguaya y las cataratas del Yguazu son el hito de las tres fronteras, Paraguay, Brasil y Argentina.
Es mas la hidroeléctrica mas grande del mundo Itaipu es una binacional entre Paraguay y Brasil que se hizo gracias a una parte de las cataratas

Hilda Diaz, Paraguay

Simply superb, thank you very much for sharing such amazing photography with us, don't think in this life time I can ever take such pictures. What dedication. Master piece.

Nehal Paramjeet Sahi, India

Excellent presentation. Had a good balance of he "human concerns", e.g., inadequate sunlight, difficult angle for shooting, "helicopter fraud", etc. and the natural world and beauty of the waterfalls. The contrast between the Summer 2005 and Winter of 2006 was remarkable. -- Thanks for the good work and for making it available to the public!

Joe Reisinger, USA



Esto es la obra de Dios. Y nosotros, que también lo somos, nos extasiamos con la Creación, ....pero mucho más maravilloso es el Creador.

Jose Navarro, Spain

¡¡¡¡ MARAVILLOSO !!! Como Argentina mi orgullo es enorme !!! GRACIAS.

EvA Maria Vaccaro Segura, Argentina

majestic panorama .

Alicia Davidson, USA

estuve en dos ocasiones pero hoy vi otra cosa para mi si antes era maravillosa esto es diez veces mas muchas gracias por lo que me han dado.

jose soldano, Argentina

Siempre he deseado conocerlas,espero ir pronto,espectacular

Maria Teresa Nucete V, Venezuela

Um trabalho deslumbrante e de grande sensibilidade. Parabens e obrigada por compartilhar estas belezas conosco.

Luciana Aragon, Brazil

I Am Thankful
I can see the beauty all around me.
There are those whose world is always dark.Tank You Allah :-*

Peyman Ahmadi, Iran

Hi airpano team, my heart-full congratulations to you people, you are doing very nice, smart amazing work as "panorama's".It's great.i got one thought while watching this waterfalls panorama that,it is even beautiful if there is waterfall sounds.
Then i hope you will find more beautiful places and make more panorama in india.
Thank you and all the very best.

sasikumar sagabala, India

Soy guia de las Cataratas desde hace 34 años y me agrado muchisimo ver este trabajo tan elocuente de mis cataratas

Carlos Piedrabuena, Argentina



uma verdadeira obra prima da natureza!

caio marcos, Brazil


Efstathia N Stroumpou, Greece

very nice

majid] kakaiee, Iran


vicente cinos, Spain


n m, Slovenia

Bom pa cacete; doidera

joel jesus, Brazil

It is unbelivable what the science can offer us nowadays - fantastic

Bruno Gombac, Slovenia

¡Ya me gustaria ir a verlas llevo diciendo mucho tiempo Majestuoso pero nunca llega el momento

ascension Silveti SORAZU, Spain

keren! awesome>>>>>>>>

windy kartini, Indonesia

Son estas cataratas maravillosas

Angeles Sierra, Mexico

Estupendo! Obra fantástica da natureza. Vamos preservar.

Arlene Pereira, Brazil


Leo Underdown, USA

Espectacular! Estuvimos en junio del 2013 y fué increíble por la cantidad de agua, no se pudo llegar a Garganta pero se vió algo único.Gracias Dios por lo vivido.

sarita núñez, Argentina

I've been asking my friends to send me some picture who live there thank you I live in New York my wife is from foz and my second home is 15 minutes from the iguasue foz I've been there I a lot but I can only imagine the what it sounds like .when I talk about the falls I tell people you can't believe your eyes this is truly the 7 wonder of the world

John Collins, USA

Acho o lado argentino mais bonito que brasileiro, pois o lado brasileiro e um salto salto somente,sendo que o argentino são vários salto, vale a pena conhecer, enfim tanto o lado brasileiro quanto argentino são maravilhosos.

Luiz Antonio Alcantara, Brazil

Beleza de fotos! Natureza no seu máximo explendor! parabens! Lindo Trabalho!
Photo beauty! Nature in it's maximum explendor! congratulations ! Nice Job !

Alfredo Sérgio Silva, Brazil

Loved your photos absolutely wonderful shots. We will be there in the middle of july. Cannot wait to experience the falls first hand.
Thanks Again for the lovely photos and commentary

Nora Takats, Australia

Dear Nora, thanks a lot! I'm sure you will be happy to be there.

Varvara, AirPano

espectacular mente bello

ineuville@hotmailcom ileana neuville, Venezuela

Belleza de la naturaleza que se da en dos paìses desde mi argentina es expectacular ver esa garganta del diablo que parecerìa que te traga hacìa el fondo de la tierra. Visitè en mes de octubre 2005, hermoso recuerdo.

Alicia Gonzalez, Argentina

Visite este lugar en tres oportunidades y nunca me voy a cansar de admirar esta belleza que DIOS nos dio. Ahora con estas fotos me quede mas impresionada. BELLO, HERMOSO, MARAVILLOSO. Gracias por deleitarme con tanta belleza

Juani Benitez, Paraguay

If possible would have rated "6" on a scale of 5. These pix & entire presentation is fantastic. I visited Iguassu (& Itaipu) in the early 1990's and the impression has been unforgettable but your panoramas restore my memory of the awesome sight in all its glory. Many thanks.

George Reisman, USA

George, thank you for your kind words! Hope you enjoyed another panoramas. 

Varvara, AirPano

wow....amazing...no words to explain the beauty.
One of the must see place in the world.

Arun krishnan, India

te inunda el alma fabuloso

juan carlos aversa, Argentina

Congratulations to the photographer, they were really very beautiful pictures! very nice

behrouz mousazadeh, Iran

Impresionante. Casi mejor que estar allí.

Serafina Poch Blasco, Spain

Really Nice collection,very good job. Kindly update some monuments from India also

Anup Kumar, India

Vraiment magnifique,inimaginable

Dupont-Serafini Mireille, France

Absolutely breath taking-no more words to describe.

Nissim Samuel, Israel

Very Very Very Wondarfull Videos Mind blowing Vidios..... Very.Very..Very...Very....Very.....Very......Thanks AIRPANO.COM

Arambakam Subbu, India

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You. AirPano provides views of the World that are second to none. There is so much indescribable beauty on this planet. You bring it to us in such a unique and fulfilling way!

Joel Stark, USA



Ýõ ðóññêèå ìîëîäöû âû ìîè ñïàñèáî

íèíà ãîëèíñêè, USA

We were there in August 2005!Nothing like your pictures .
Amaizing pictures , marvalleus experience!!!

Antonio Garcia Blanquez, Spain

We were there in August 2005 !! but nothing likes your pictures and 3d views ! really AMAIZING !!
Thanks for sharing with us !.

Antonio Garcia Blanquez, Spain

you are so crazy

blerina berisha, Australia


nikolay vaschilin, Russian Federation

I had the pleasure of visiting Iguazu Falls from the Argentenian side March 2013, and it was certainly a fantastic experience. A real natural wonder of the world.

Aldric Woo, Trinidad and Tobago

My wife is from Brazil and I lived there for 2 years. I only made it to Foz do Iguaçu one time, and it happened to be in 2006 also when it was dry season. It wasn't quite as bad as the dry photo at the top, but closer to it. I've seen a lot of photos of Iguaçu, but none as spectacular as these. Thanks for letting me see what I missed out on.

Mike Domingo, USA



Es sencullamente fabuloso, He visitado este espectacular sitio 2 veces y ahora en forma virtual, muchas gracias por recordarme tanta belleza, gracias Dios mio por esa maravilla de la creacion.

Olga Rojas Chacon, Colombia

He estado ahí, he sentido la emoción nuevamente al visitar vrtualmente, Gracias, que Dios tan grande.

madzu núñez, Chile

Hoe groot zijt GIJ
How great thou are

Jack de Vringer, Netherlands

An absolutely amazing production. Great work! I like the music as well.

Erik de Regt, Canada


maryam amiri, Iran

Lo miro y admiro,y no me canso de ver esta maravilla de la naturaleza,No puedo expresar con palabras todo lo que me hace sentir.Gracias por darme la oportunidad de disfrutar viendo tanta, tanta belleza .

Luz Landa, Spain

É muita água doce em um só lugar.

Paulo Rattes, Brazil

I think they are amazing,I just love looking at them.I have one picture as a background on my laptop.

charles haugh, USA

splendidi,meravigliosi panorami!!!!!!!!!complimenti avete fatto un lavoro SUPERBO!!!!!STRAORDINARIO!!!!!!per la gioia degli occhi e dello spirito e per le persone che non potranno mai fare viaggi così interessanti:GRAZIE INFINITE!!!!!BRAVISSIMI!!!!.carla villa.milano-italy

villa carla, Italy

Um dos maiores espetáculos da terra! Talvez o mais belo .

Marlene Santos, Brazil

I am speechless.Ongelooflik

Piet Mostert, Namibia

Las mejores imágenes de esta maravilla de la naruraleza. Reconocimiento y felicitaciones

Juan César Muro, Peru

This is the most wonderful scene I ever seen

Czeslaw Grzadzielski, USA

le magnifiche cascate (gtande acqua)erano stampate nella mia memoria fino dalla prima volta che le ho
visitate nel 1972 ma riviste nelle vostre magnifiche
riprese mi sono riapparse ancora più vivide,suggestive,stupende,ineguagliabili.
Grazie... siete stati bravissimi

Romano Bertoni, Italy

Thanks for your effort and sharing with us your phenomenal masterpiece. More power to you.


Argentina es el país con mayor diversidad de ambientes del planeta. Las cataratas son 80 % argentinas y lo que se ve en el video son todos los saltos argentinos. Maravilloso!!!

Mario Dufi, Argentina

Your e-mail is outstanding - it has allowed me to revisit so many places I have been to over the last 40 years. I remember staying next to the Iguazo Falls in 2005 - what an incredible place. Thank you so so much.

Cynthia Howard, United Kingdom

Heel mooi proficiat voor de zeer mooie beelden.

jean vanhaeren, Belgium


Francisco Javier Díaz Benito, Spain

Thanks a lot for your efforts, actually you are presenting a unique view for this great waterfall, hope you successful and Continuity in your job.
Thanks, best regards.

Farouq Hussein, Iraq


serafin dopico, Spain

"Fantastic..... My compliments...

Aloexandru Samoila, Romania

Atemberaubende Momente. Kompliment

Mohammad Kalateh, Germany



Fantastic. Awesom Thank you

Hanna Christensen, Canada

Beautiful , seen Victoria , Niagra ; must visit Brazil

Prakash Sanzgiri, India

Brilliant - thank you for sharing so much beauty - the world needs more of this kind of idea. ñïàñèáî Air Pano Russia

Katherine Leonard, Canada

Humans are great but Nature is the greatest.
hearty congratulations for the team for giving us this wonderful....no words to describe... experience.Thanks a lot.

Dudekula Khasim, India

very goooooooooooooooooooooood
super place.thank you

ibrahim mohamadi, Iran


arshad hussain, India

Fascinated by the 3D panoramas. Excellent job.

Sasha Isjanovski, Macedonia

Wau,. super

Olgica ač.Dagistani, Croatia

What a wonderful world!!! This makes me so proud!!! Iguazu's Fall belongs to my country.. to my State.. WOW!!! It's mine!!! Thank you for show again.. I miss so much!!!

Antonia Berg, USA

Vooooovvvvv Super, Wonderful, You made me very happy. Thank you for sharing Very beautiful This pic. Thank you my God for Nature. I love my God,nature and you've Created all living things.

Suheyla Caliskan, Turkey

Simlpemente...? Inmejorable...?

Antonio Martinez, Spain

Simplesmente fantástico, Deus soube colocar as coisas nos seus devidos lugares. Vale a pena conhecer, jamais vai se esquecer destas vistas deslumbrantes, é sétima maravilha do mundo.

Otacilio Leal de Medeiros, Brazil

Amazing! Excellent job!

Elizabeth Herrera, USA

Excellent job guys.Thanks a lot for presenting the miracles of nature with such great photos.

Apostolis Karamintzios, Greece



Rearly amazing, fantactic and beautiful pictures - exellent job, thans.

Gertruda Trella, Poland

Absolutely amazing, keep working guys!!!! I will forward to my friends!!! Florina, Romania

Florina Borsan, Romania

Great job guys. You have given us a chance to see the miracles of nature which otherwise would be impossible to see. Keep up the good work.

Eva Rasidaki, Greece

Excellent job,thanks

Maritza Olmos, Venezuela

just awesome photography- We were there in 1977 - with hardly any tourists need to go again

helga brown, USA

Awesome area and very beautiful view of the falls and the country.

Alex Opal, USA

'my god'

mohammad jafar, Iran


Küpfer Peter, Switzerland

Oh what a might and buity of mother nature, we may utilise this by setting up hydro-electric power generation station, for human upliftment.

Avinash Limaye, India

"wonderful shoot term"

h zc, China

Fantastic, wow what an amazing picture of mother nature the team has done warm regards

Narayanasamy Balasubramanian, India


Jan johan, Czech Republic


vimala jagannath, India

one word:AMAZING


wow....that is really amazing and so beautifull...

shadi minafar, Iran

Excellent. Mind Blowing.


Wow!!!! what a pics Pano team, keep it up...

Akash Yadav, India

Amazing! thank you!

Debbie Dakeyne, United Kingdom

Exelente, son realmente aomobrosos

Csaba Herke, Hungary

Dear Friends
Allways something spectacular,Congratulations

Jose Angel Arroyo, Mexico

I have seen most of the country and the beauties in it.
But this one is spectacular...never imagined nor seen....its dangerously beauty and so sweet....fearful but lovely! thank U!
Åãî êðàñèâûé! ÷óäåñíûé!!îòëè÷íî!!!

Naren Pradhan, India

'This is the beauty and splendor and more than wonderful scene'

Karel Hofmann, Czech Republic

Ihre neuen Aufnahmen wasserfälle Iguasu sind unübertrefflich. Sie sind ein ganzes Abendprogramm
u. ich komme gar nicht mehr aus dem Hause.Sie machen
Millionen menschen einriesiges Geschenk. Danke-Danke
Freue mich schon auf Singapur! Bizel, Deutschland

F. Bizel, Germany

Globe pic is awesome!!!

ekkarthik reddy, India

I have been here and have taken my own pictures in August 2010. But nothing to compare your views and photography. I am nothing in front of this presentation. I have been always telling everyone about this falls but now I will forward this to my friends. Thank you and thank you. God bless you.

Ronald Mascarenhas, India

Fantastic..... Every time I receive a new project from you it is a real feast ...
My compliments...
Kind regards Ton

Ton Vanhoorn, Brazil