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Falls are fantastic but the facilities were very small and uncomfortable stairs, we walk through a very narrow trails which did not allow me to stop and see the nature without bothering the other people due to the small space to walk
Best experienced from the Argentinean side of the falls, this is the first and largest falls of the Iguazu river. Take the little park train from the visitors center to the end of the line for the 1.5+ km ewalkway over the Iguazu river to...More
To properly see this unique part of the falls you HAVE to be in the Argentina side of the falls. It is a very long walk to see them so its highly recommended to be well hydrated and to have water with you since there...More
Do not hesitate to go there!! Garganta del Diablo is an incredible place to visit!! The sightseen is so wild and beautiful that you will be surprised and delighted. The promenade in full moon nights is very romantic.
Going deep inside the water falls, watching the numerous rainbows popping up everywhere is really amazing. The water volume, rapids, and the incredible volume of water flowing and rumbling make this visit a must.
The Devil's throat (Garganta do Diabo) is so giant, you would love it to watch and watch.
The Iguazu waterfall is the amazing waterfall. Its huge, beautiful, eye soothening, wonderful. Its so big, so giant and still just like a world wonder. If you watch...More
Iguazu falls, and specially "garganta del diablo", which is the country limit between Brazil and Argentina, are one of the places in the world a traveller cannot forget to visit at least once in his/her life. A real wonder! Water falling from 80 meter into...More