Around a million tourists flock to Iguacu Falls every year
People planning to take a solo holiday in South America should consider taking in the "sound and fury" of the magnificent Iguacu Falls, which is located on the border of Brazil and Argentina.
Award-winning travel writer Colin Barraclough, who was writing in the Financial Times about the fantastic natural sight, opined that the sheer vastness of the Falls makes them an ideal attraction for people on vacations, such as solo holidays.
"A million tourists a year visit the Iguacu Falls, on the border between Argentina and Brazil, marvelling at the sound and fury of the 275 distinct cascades as they flow over 80-metre-high basalt ledges, nearly two miles wide," he noted.
However, the travel journalist also praised the area surrounding the natural phenomenon, writing that the "the toucan- and butterfly-filled jungle" is growing in popularity.
Mr Barraclough is currently based in Buenos Aires and has written for a number of publications about travel to South American destinations.