Podcasts > Passport Joy Travel Talk

31: Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls, and Buenos Aires (Brazil & Argentina)

September 20, 2018

Rio de Janeiro is one of the most spectacular cities in the world. Buenos Aires is one of the most romantic. And, the Iguazu Falls will have you in awe of the beauty, magnificence, and endless natural splendor. It has been unmatched in our travels around the world. 2.5 times the size of the Niagara falls, its the world’s largest waterfalls system, and rightly named to the New 7 Wonders of Nature List and should be on everyone’s bucket list. This two-week trip was memorable for many reasons. We break down what you should consider while making your way to this remarkable part of the world in this week’s Passport Joy Travel Talk with Nikki and Matt Javit. Main Topics Covered: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Iguazu Falls Buenos Aires, Argentina Links Mentioned in the Episode: Airbnb - The best way to travel anywhere in the world. Get your discount today.  Mizzen and Main - The best pants available for traveling. Versatile, fashionable, and comfortable. Use your coupon today to get the best pants possible.  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is one of the world’s largest cities and definitely one of the most beautiful. Having a private tour guide can really enhance your experience. Our guide took us to a neighborhood to watch a Street Soccer (Futbol) in Rio Brazil We discuss more about the benefits of our guide in Rio Brazil (Top 6 Things to Do) We loved the delicious food at Bar do Mineiro.  The Bip Bip Bar in Rio is one of my favorite bars in the world.  The Iguazu Falls, the world’s largest waterfalls system, are rightly named to the New 7 Wonders of Nature List and should be on everyone’s bucket list. This video of us going into the heart of the Iguazu Falls shows the beauty of this amazing location.  Our post on the Iguazu Falls Brazil & Argentina gives additional insight on the journey with photos.  Tomas was an extraordinary travel guide in Buenos Aires, Argentina and we highly recommend him if you are visiting the area.  Be sure to check the currency situation before arriving in Buenos Aires as it is often changing. Make sure you understand what to pack. Pack Less! Here is a great post on everything we packed in a single backpack.  Sign up for our Newsletter to get the latest tips in Travel and hear about our weekly visits around the world