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Iguazu Falls

Iguazú Falls or Iguaçu Falls is one of the world's largest waterfalls of the Iguazu River in the Iguazú National Park region of Misiones Province, Argentina, and within the Iguaçu National Park region of Paraná State, Brazil. The waterfalls are spectacular for most rivers running through Brazil, but 80% waterfalls are on the Argentine side.

Iguazu Falls is located where the Iguazu River falls on the edge of the Paraná Plateau. Many islands at the top of a waterfall that has a length of 2.7 kilometers long so divide many waterfalls and cataracts apart. The number of waterfalls fluctuates from 150 to 300 and falls at an altitude varying between 60 meters (197 feet) to 82 meters (269 feet).

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Approximately 900 meters (2,950 feet) of the 2.7 kilometers (1.7 miles) total length does not have water flowing over it. About half of the river's flow falls into a long, narrow ravine called the U-shaped Devil's Throat. Water from lower Iguazu collects in a canyon that flows into the Paraná River and a water crossing marks the border between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.

Iguazu Falls has more than twice the height of Niagara Falls (50 meters or 165 feet). Iguazu is also often compared to Victoria Falls on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. Iguazu is more spacious, but Victoria has the largest water curtain in the world for a width of more than 1,600 meters (5,249 feet) and a height of more than 100 meters (328 feet).

Iguazú National Park

Iguazú National Park is a conservation area of 672 sq kilometers (259 sq mi) to protect Iguazu Falls in Iguazú Department, Misiones Province, Mesopotamia region, Argentina. The park was compiled in 1934 and the Iguazú National Reserve was established by law 18,801 of 7 October 1970 which enabled the construction of the international airport and the concession of three tourist hotels.

The park is home to jaguar (Panthera onca), jaguarundi (Herpailurus yagouaroundi), South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris), ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) plain parakeet (Brotogeris tirica), Anteater, black-fronted piping guan (Pipile jacutinga), harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja) and yacare caiman (Caiman yacare), great dusky swift (Cypseloides senex), Toucan, South American coati (Nasua nasua), butterflies, vinaceous-breasted amazon (Amazona vinacea) and plumage.

The Iguazú River ends on the Paraná River as far as 23 kilometers outside the waterfall, after traveling 1320 kilometers. Inside the park has a width of 1,500 meters and turn first to south, then north, forming a large U. Dense riversides by trees, including ceibo (Erythrina crista-galli), Lapacho negro, Lapacho amarillo, palm and palo rosa (Aspidosperma polyneuron) are 40 meters tall.

Iguaçu National Park

Iguaçu National Park is a conservation area of 185,262 hectares (457,794 acres) and a length of about 420 kilometers (260 miles) to protect Iguazu Falls in Paraná State, Brazil. The park is set in federal decree nr. 1035 of January 10, 1939 to be managed by Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio).

This park is home to many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna, including giant otter (Pteronura brasiliensis) and giant anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla). The clouds created by the Iguazú Falls water spray water the fertile vegetation growth. Iguazu Falls or Iguazú Falls or Iguaçu Falls

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Location: Argentina and Brazil.

Routes and public transport:
Flights to Cataratas del Iguazú International Airport in Puerto Iguazu City, Argentina, then use the bus or taxi to the Iguazu Falls complex.

Flights to Foz do Iguaçu International Airport in Foz do Iguaçu City, Brazil, then use the bus or taxi to the Iguaçu Falls complex.

Advice: On the Brazilian side, the path along the canyon has an extension to the base of Devil's Throat. Buses are free and often provided to various points within the park. The helicopter tour offers a great view of the waterfalls available from Brazil,

Argentina has banned helicopter tours due to adverse environmental impacts on flora and fauna. The Rainforest Ecological Train allows access across the forest and to the entrance of Devil's Throat via Paseo Garganta del Diablo is a 1 kilometer (0.6 mile) passage. The pedestrian walkway and the rubber boat service bring visitors very close to the waterfall and San Martin Island.

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List of airports in China

China is generally a land country where almost all areas have connected transportation systems, but air transport is the best choice for travel efficiency, except for travelers who seek adventure along the rivers, ferry to reach several small islands and overland journeys.

Airports are spread over many where they have two types of services. International airport to serve international and domestic routes, while domestic airports only serve inter-regional routes in the country. Below is a list of active public airports in China. This list may increase considering that many new airports are still under construction or reduced due to many relocation plans.

= City, airport name, IATA

Anqing, Anqing Tianzhushan Airport, AQGChizhou, Chizhou Jiuhuashan Airport, JUHFuyang, Fuyang Xiguan Airport, FUGHefei, Hefei Xinqiao International Airport, HFEHuangshan, Huangshan Tunxi International Airport, TXNWuhu/Xuancheng, Wuhu Xuancheng Airport
Beijing, Beijing Capital International Airport, …

Timang Beach

Pantai Timang is coastal attraction forms the boundary between Java Island and Indian Ocean in Danggolo Sub-village, Purwodadi Village, Tepus District, Gunung Kidul Regency, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, as one of the beaches in Gunung Kidul which has white sand. The beach is in a secluded area between Siung Beach and Sundak Beach where a coral island becomes a lobster habitat.

Timang Beach traveled using vehicle from Wonosari City for about 32 kilometers where the motorcycle is the best mode to facilitate travel. This beach is flanked by beaches on the coast of Tepus where the west including Seruni, Pok Tunggal and Ngetun, while in the east are Jogan, Siung, and Nglambor.

This beach consists of two parts where the first part of the east is the white sandy beach and many pandanus plants around it, while the second part to the west is a steep hill rock that directly borders the sea and has great views of the island or a large rock offshore.

The island gets its name as Long Rock or Long Island…

Odzala-Kokoua National Park

Odzala-Kokoua National Park or Odzala National Park is a conservation area of 13,500 sq kilometers (5,200 sq mi) at the Cuvette-Ouest Department, Republic of the Congo, declared a protected area in 1935, biosphere reserves in 1977, and national parks in the year 2001 at. Odzala-Kokoua has more than 100 species of mammals and as one of the most diverse primate populations in Africa.

Odzala-Kokoua is managed by the African Parks in collaboration with the Ministry of Forest Economy, Sustainable Development and Environment of the Republic of the Congo in 2010. The park has retained the old rainforests and terrain that vary from 350 meters (1,150 feet) to forest bushy and lots of glade. The area also includes dry forests, savannahs and rainforest ecosystems.

Odzala National Park is one of the oldest national parks in Africa has been neglected for many years and suffered heavy poaching. The poaching of ivory and bushmeat remains a constant threat. African Parks began to organize in 2010 and…