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This was a nice quiet walk in the forest, but if there has been rain recently it is going to be buggy and very slippery - the ground is clay dirt and it is slippery. A walking stick and bug repellent is something I recommend...More
This was a nice quiet walk in the forest, but know that if there has been rain recently it is going to be a slip slidey mess. The ground is clay dirt and it is slippery. A walking stick is something I could have used...More
Needing to take a walk without bumping shoulders with hoards of travelers, and hoping to see some birds, I decided to walk out the Sendero Macuco to the Arreche waterfall at the end. I had partial success. There were more people than I expected, but...More
Don't waste your precious time in the national park by going there. The road is long, and the waterfall is not that Great - compared to everything Else there. And, unlike we were told, you are not allowed to swim there (quite new information!)
The common view is that the Argentinian side of the Falls has all the drama and the spectaculars. True, the Devil's Throat is a wonder to behold, especially if you feel like you could star in a remake of Hitchcock's 'Vertigo' with yourself in the...More
A lovely forest trail that makes for an authentic selva experience. It's a fairly long walk but very flat so not difficult and the gorgeous waterfall at the end is really a worthwhile destination. Away from the more tourist parts of the park so you'll...More
A wonderful break from the crowds at Iguazú. The path starts at the Central Station and leads through thick jungle to a very pretty, small waterfall with a pool below where people can swim. This is where the original Iguazú Falls were, millions of years...More
The Sendero Macuco trail is good when you want Something quiet at the Iguazu national park. In fact, the trail is about 3.5 km each way to arrive and see a last waterfall. quit separate of all the other ones, making it very special.