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Argentina Attractions

Attractions in (or reasonably accessible from) Argentina:

Devil's Throat - Iguassu Falls

Attraction Type: Natural Wonder
The Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo in Spanish or Garganta do Diabo in Portuguese) is a U-shaped, 82-metre-high, 150-metre-wide and 700-metre-long (490 by 2300 feet) cataract and is the most impressive and epi-centre of the falls of Iguassu Falls. It marks the border between Argentina and Brazil. Two thirds of the falls are within Argentine territory. The incredible view of the Devil's Throat is made possible by a bridge that was constructed over the rivers feeding the Devil's Throat. This bridge (on the Argentinian side) takes you right up to the mouth of the falls providing a breataking experience of nature. From the Brazilian side the nearest view of the Devils throat is more than 200 metres S of the throat looking up from the nearest walkway on the Brazil side.

Tier Walk - Iguassu Falls

Attraction Type: Natural Wonder
The tier walk on the Argentinian side of Iguassu Falls is a 3 tiered man-made walkway covering the full length of Iguassu Falls. It provides an incredible series of vantage points at the different height levels to enhance the breathtaking experience of the falls. The Upper Tier The upper tier allows you to view the falls from the height in which they cascade from. This experience allows you to look over many of the falls as they cascade into the river below. Middle Tier The middle tier puts you next to the cascading falls. As most of the falls of Iguassu Falls are on the Argentinian side, this experience allows you to walk beside the falls with a wide enough gap to prevent you from getting wet. Lower Tier The lower tier takes you almost to the base of the falls with the walkway covering the full length of the falls. The 3 tier walks all provide their own incredibl...

Nahuel Huapi National Park

Attraction Type: National Park / Park
Nahuel Huapi National Park (established in 1934), the is the oldest national park in Argentina. It surrounds Nahuel Huapi Lake in the foothills of the Patagonian Andes. The largest of the national parks in the region, it has an area of 7,050 km2 (2,720 sq mi), or nearly 2 million acres. Its landscapes represent the north Patagonian Andean Zone consisting of three types, namely, the Altoandino (with perpetual snow above an altitude of 1,600 metres (5,200 ft)), the Andino-Patagónico (in the lower reaches of the hills) and the Patagonian steppe. The park and the reserve lie at an altitude of 720–3,574 metres (2,360–11,726 ft), and are designated under IUCN management categories II (National Park) and IV (Management Reserve). The park is completely protected while the reserve is partially protected. The national park is dominated by the h...