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Saw Monkeys on the trail in.

Walked quietly as to see the most animals. The falls are small if comparing, very peaceful. Takes 3... read more

Reviewed June 9, 2018
Cheri F
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Puerto Rico, Argentina
Macuco Nature Trail warning

This was a nice quiet walk in the forest, but know that if there has been rain recently it is going... read more

Reviewed January 20, 2018
pnewl
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Asheville, Nc
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Reviewed December 30, 2016

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 ago, but the course of the river changed and left this small stream, small falls. The trail is glorious - real jungle filled with birdsong and small creatures.

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Reviewed December 2, 2016

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.
The path is very well maintained and, if you are lucky, you will see several animals, specially birds and butterflies.
If you like quietness and nature and love walking, you should really do this one.

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Reviewed November 1, 2016 via mobile

It is a wide, rather flat and straight walkway through the forest which would have been boring if it were not for a small waterfall at the end of it. Swimming in it could have been a pleasant respite on a very hot day. However, as it happened, the path leading to the bottom of the waterfall where swimming is possible was closed off for repairs and a surly machete-wielding repairman cast a disapproving look at me as I tried to enter the fenced-off zone. All that remains is the top of the waterfall but the view is not that spectacular and certainly is not worth the time or effort.

Thank smartnik
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Reviewed June 8, 2016

The walk is through the forest, which is great to get out of the heat in summer. You walk for about an hour and get to a cascade where you can take a natural shower. Take your binoculars if you like birding, I suggest closed shoes due to the ants in the path. The terrain is flat, very easy. No services, so take your water and a bite if you plan to enjoy the cascade for a while!

Thank MdeIncognito
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Reviewed May 5, 2016

If you want a break from the crowds and get to mix with the locals, then go hiking to this swimming hole under a waterfall.

Thank ShlomoW2012
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