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All the waterfalls in Iguazu are magnificent. A word about Salto Bernabe Mendez however. This waterfall is dedicated to and named after a park ranger killed by poachers in 1968. He had dedicated his life to conserving and protecting Iguazu. When on April 14, 1968...More
walking the blue trail/Paseo Superior takes you close to the top of a lot of the falls. It's a one-way-walkway with a lot of different angles on the various falls along the way.
1.5 km full of breathtaking views.
If you have time for one...More
We booked a tour with Viator tours and it was worth the money. We spent the whole day seeing every angle of the falls on the Argentina side. We returned the next day on our own and went on the boat ride. We took the...More
This vistapoint is located on the circuit superior (Upper Falls or Red line) walk on the Argentine side of the Iguazu Falls.
The point has been quoted in English as 'The last patrol' tribute point to Ranger Bernabe Mendez. The detail is as pictured in...More
Salto Bernabe Mendez provides a greating viewing point over the 'smaller' waterfalls in the Iguazu national park. The falls are only 'small' when compared to the largest waterfall - Devil's throat or El Gargantum del Diablo. The amount of water flowing over them was enormous....More
This is a spectacular section of the falls that is named after a park ranger killed by poachers in the park in 1968. You can look down on the falls from near the end of the "upper circuit" trail and get great views from the...More