Parque Nacional Iguazu
Parque Nacional Iguazu
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Wombling_Free_7548
Bristol, UK2,107 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Couples
We arrived at 10am on a Thursday. No queue to buy tickets and the Park was quiet. The Devil’s Throat walkway is closed, but you can still do the Upper Trail and Lower Trail. You don’t get wet on either one. Fantastic views on both trails. Make sure you have the water you need before starting a trail, as there is nowhere to stock up on the way.

We saw monkeys and coatis near the restaurant area. Lots of butterflies and some birds.

Different perspective to the Brazil side so definitely worth doing both.
Written 6 June 2024
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Skeney57
Sydney, Australia24,421 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Couples
Day one was spent on the Argentinian side of the falls and luckily it was slightly overcast, so it didn't get oppressive! The falls are amazing, and your first sighting is thrilling plus you wonder at the power of the river serving the falls. There are two tracks to follow, the higher & lower trails (or superior/inferior) and personally I found the lower to give a better overall picture of the various falls. The major fall is St. Martin's where the awesome power of the falls is most evident, but all the falls attract your eye. The braver souls went in the power boats and got soaked for their efforts. Sadly, the Devils Throat section was closed due to storms last year that destroyed the walkways and repairs will cost a motza! There is a cafe & restaurant, with the cafe being pretty reasonable in pricing plus the beers were cold! My photos tell it better than I can say!
Written 12 May 2024
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Matheus Lacerda
Campinas, SP82 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2024 • Family
Amazing place, great hikes, world wonder views. Best experienced from both sides, Brazilian and Argentinian. Truly a wonder!
Written 15 March 2024
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Renato W
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Family
Incredible place, where we would say only God can make a place like that. Beautiful, healthy and safe environment. I will never forget
Written 26 January 2024
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yycyycyyc
Calgary, AB653 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Couples
Despite the Devil's Throat trail being closed due the walkway being washed away (apparently not that rare an occurrence) this was still a fantastic experience, although very crowded on the 2 remaining major senderos -- trails -- Superior and Inferior.

Here on the ARG side, a train takes you to the trailheads, but without the Devil's Throat, the distance is short. The walkways take you close to the lip of the numerous falls, and being close to the water has a considerable and welcome cooling effect as the air temperature away from the falls was close to 40°C. Both trails are by necessity one-way due to the crowds. The first half of the Superior (or upper) trail takes you very close to the top of 20 or more falls of various size, and the trail is level.

The Inferior (lower) trail has steep slopes and some steps, and is largely at the mid-level of the falls, so you look up and down. We ended our day on the Sendero Macuco, a dirt trail that runs parallel to the river downstream, and had it almost to ourselves.
Written 12 January 2024
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DenverAmyD
Costa Rica8 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023
Impressive waterfalls from every angle. Argentina has created miles of walking trails through the jungle to allow visitors to see calm pools and trickling streams that then turn into the powerful rush of cascading waterfalls! Devil's Throat Trail was closed for safely reasons. Boat trips were not running that day. The Full Moon Tour didn't happen because of rain, but the falls alone are worth the trip! Be sure to also see Brazilian side of the falls!
Written 8 May 2023
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Robert D
Brooklyn, New York3,872 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023 • Solo
Seeing the falls from the Argentinian side is a must. It's like getting an inside view. There are several walking trails and I did three of them. You take an Ecological Train to get to the Devil's Throat walking trail. This magnificent falls is in the middle of the Iguazu River and is breathtaking. I then took the Upper Falls and Middle Falls trails. We saw many animals including, Crested Jays, Butterflies, Coatis, and Capuchin Monkeys. It takes more time to see the falls from the Argentinian side than it does to see them from the Brazilian side. If you are able to, be sure to see the falls from both sides in order to appreciate nature's majesty.
Written 8 April 2023
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Glenn D
7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023
Spend as much time as you can. Bring water and dress appropriately for the weather! To get there take the bus from downtown. Unable to go to the Devil's Throat because of damage to the boardwalk. Upper trail has great views and an easy hike. I had concerns with mosquitos but did not notice any but still smart to use both bug spray and sun block. I have knee issues so I could not do the lower trail because of the steep stairs. Do both sides if you can!
Written 20 February 2023
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dottomac
Argentina159 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
Fuimos con mi pareja y mis dos hijos (5 y 7), recomiendo hacer los recorridos en dos días, sobre todo si van a hacer el sendero Macuco (muy largo).
El clima es importante si van un día de mucho calor, no la van a pasar bien y los van a picar los jejenes (llevar repelente)
Las comidas dentro del parque no me resultaron caras ( empandas 2 U$S, ensaladas 7 U$S, gaseosas 2 U$S)
Podes también llevarte tu propia comida y comer en lo lugares habilitados.

We went with my partner and my two children (5 and 7), I recommend doing the tours in two days, especially if you are going to do the Macuco trail (very long).
The weather is important if you go on a very hot day, you will not have a good time and the gnats will bite you (bring repellent)
The meals inside the park were not expensive for me (empandas 2 U$S, salads 7 U$S, soft drinks 2 U$S)
You can also take your own food and eat in the authorized places.
Written 14 August 2022
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Alejandro K
Argentina55 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022
They have the possibility to generate a phenomenal experience and they do everything backwards. It was really a shame to be in front of such a place, with so much nature but so disorganized that we wanted to leave.
To begin with, the train broke down at 200 meters and we were stuck for 15 minutes, until a mechanic came to change a hose.

When we got to the second train station, to go up to the Devil's Throat, we found ourselves with more than 45 minutes of waiting, under the sun and with an infernal crowd of people. We went with baby strollers and there was no place to sit or priority on the trains. The trains had to be for 4 people per seat but the employees forced to get on 6 or 7, crazy. We had to give up going to the Devil's Throat.

We did the upper circuit, very well put together, very good structures, secure and views. The only thing that wasn't charming is the constant noise of helicopters flying over the area. This circuit is very beautiful and recommended. Be careful with the food and the animals, it can generate an unfunny situation.
Written 27 July 2022
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