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All reviews heat and humidity main entrance runs every minutes once in a lifetime national park both sides lots of water niagara falls own pace small train an absolute boat tour natural wonder devil's throat walks monkeys 2km
Photos cannot do this justice. The views of the falls are magnificent. The only downside was the number of people. However we got there as the park opened and were able to get on the first train to avoid the crowds.
We live near Niagara Falls, Canada, and all I can say is that the Iguazu falls are 10 times as impressive. It is worth making a special trip to see them.
Plan your trip for an early start, and be prepared. Go early to avoid...More
this was totally great - walks are very sturdy and non slippery - but expect it is a long walk - still it is so breathtaking, the views, the wild life and other people doing the trek that it is totally enjoyable
We visited both sides and while the Brazilian side is more organized the Argentinian side is way longer, more spectacular and dramatic. The falls are a highlight in the region, but if I had to pick one I would definitely go for the Argentinian side
The Argentinian side of the falls is the most extended and as such you need to plan to be almost the whole day and go as early as it opens otherwise you run the risk of big queues specially for the train than goes to...More
Walk through the pathways and get close to wildlife animals, even a crocodile in the river below if you walk, take the train from one station to the other and walk the pathways to the falls, fantastic!
The Catarates del Iguazú (Iguazu Falls) are fantastic to see. The park has three main trails to provide beautiful views of the falls from various angles and proximities. They also provide a small train to take you to the farthest trail which leads to the...More