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This wonder of nature permits the observation of one of the most unique landscapes in the World; constituted by the upper Iguazu River and the Subtropical Forest, which frame the incredible Devil's Throat balcony. Three ring-shaped balconies permit...more
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Let me start by saying Iguazu Falls was the last stop of a 26 day vacation during which we visited and were blown away by the awe inspiring Pietro Moreno Glacier, the Futalelufu River and Mt FitzRoy...... so the Falls were up against strong competition.......More
we were allocated in the Gran Melia Iguazu, Our guide told us to leave earlier from our hotel and walk to the entrance (not wait for the train), we did it and after a 40 min walk we arrive at garganta del diablo and were...More
A day after visiting the Brazilian side we went to the Argentinean side. it is really worth while to go and see both sides of the falls! the Argentinean side was our favourite because you are on top of the water. the park is possibly...More
This point in the park is full of visitors. Oficcial photographers have some space allocated for them as well. There is only one way in and out but you can spend as much time as you want.
Expect to get wet or even soaked by...More
Words cannot describe these falls. Just go and see them yourself. You need at least six hours for Argentinian side. There are three trails and make sure you do all three. The lower trail has stairs in some parts. Have lots of water or other...More
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Ignore the people who said it doesn’t get windy. It all depends on what time of year and time of day you are visiting. When we went in January around midday it got fairly windy and lots of spray all over. This was on the... More
Ignore the people who said it doesn’t get windy. It all depends on what time of year and time of day you are visiting. When we went in January around midday it got fairly windy and lots of spray all over. This was on the Argentina side. We took photos on our camera until the wind picked up and then switched to phone. You’ll definitely want to get some sort of waterproofing if you want to take pics at the falls. There are many places in the park where you can take pics without any concerns though.