Don't miss this viewpoint in the park, where you stand right above the huge waterfall. It is fascinating to watch.
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all the walking we had to do, didnt matter at all when we arrived to this view. We could feel the force of the waterfall, a view that cant be explained, you have to be there.
we walked 8km along walkways, with railing, to see the amazing falls from the Argentina side. The noise is constant and loud when beside any of the falls, but between it can be so peaceful and calm.....I wouldn't have missed it for the world
Some other views might be better, but this is very much a must. It's very very crowded though. Not an empty space around. You will have to squeeze in to get your pictures. And while some may offer a better view, you must make it...More
We bathe and bathe a lot, but it's worth it. Beautiful to see, you are immersed in the steam of the waterfall itself. More difficult to photograph (I suggest you a waterproof camera), but the real experience is to be there! Do not miss it!
This year there was plenty of water on the falls. Had a really great time with the family, both on Argentinian and Brazilian sides.
During the high season, it is a crowded walk to the garganta, but well worth the amazing view. Take water to drink and protection against the spray. Take care when photographing with your camera.
Garganta Del Diablo (The Devil's Throat) is located within Iguazu National Park in Misiones province, Argentina. Most resorts offer some kind of accommodation to the park for which you pay about $250 pesos. I guess it depends on the distance. If you aren't an Argentinian...More