Iguazu Falls, Argentine side MG_9795

Easy to navigate throughout Parque Nacional Iguazu in either country.  The Argentine side is much bigger and requires more time to view the falls under different angles.  In Argentina there are three boardwalk/catwalk/walking trails about one mile each way walking distance that allows constant view of the various falls or cataracts.

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Some areas offer better panoramic view of the falls from different designated lookouts.

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One cannot view one without the other.  Iguazu Falls on the Argentine side is as impressive as its Brazilian neighbor.  It is really spectacular and weather condition permits, the view can change to offer a different outlook.  With such gray sky, no chance for rainbow.

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Iguazú Falls is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and in 2011 it became part of the New Seven Wonders of Nature.

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Devil’s Throat, the most magnificent of all the cataracts where one can feel the spray of the thundering waters, one of nature’s most impressive achievements and a unique experience for your senses.

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