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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
When you happened to go to a natural wonder, what more can you expect. You will be WoWed for sure by the magnanimous nature of the falls. Amazing and extraordinary are too small to describe the same. Out of the world. Plan the trip inside...More
I visited both sides of the Iguazu waterfalls - Brazilian and Argentinian.
Of course, Garganta del Diablo is the pearl of Argentinian side. It is possible to approach so close to it and see its beauty!
Talking about Iguazu park, Argentinian side is much better....More
AMAZING! Argentine side is a must see. The "gargantuan del Diablo" is mesmerising...Once you are in the National Park you can catch a little train if you do not feel like walking that much. The footbridges are easy to walk and because you are constantly...More
It's all I can say, breathtaking, espectacular, majestic, nature at its pinnacle.
A must seen, a pleasure and an unforgettable experience.
The trail there is very easy to follow (made of metal so it can be slippery).
Plenty spots for awesome pics.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime event! You can really only get the full Grandeur of this site from the Argentinian side. You have to enter the park and take a train and then from that train walk along and elevated walkway for about half a kilometer....More
It takes a bit of effort to get to "The Devil's Throat," but once you are there you will be glad you did. The sights and sounds are amazing. A word of caution - if you have mobility issues,be sure to allow plenty of time...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.
You should be able to leave your bag though a better idea is to arrange with the taxi driver at the airport to collect you again and to hold the luggage for you. I would advise trying to arrange this before you land as they... More
You should be able to leave your bag though a better idea is to arrange with the taxi driver at the airport to collect you again and to hold the luggage for you. I would advise trying to arrange this before you land as they may try to sting you at the airport. If you are actually staying in Iguacu then I personally would be inclined to get to the hotel and leave the luggage there - you can get cheap buses to the Falls from both sides of the border (Brazil and Argentina).