Iguacu Falls - Argentina Side


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<p>The Iguassu Falls arena is breathtaking and whilst Niagara Falls is more famous it cannot boast the height, width and sheer volume of water that Iguassu can. The tourist to the falls can simply just take in the amazing scenery from a number of lookout points and viewing platforms or embark on nature walks with a number of tour guide companies.</p> <p>The Brazilian Side - The Brazilian side of the falls boast an incredible overall view of the falls (as the majority of the falls are located on the Argentinian side). The gentle walk parallel to the falls, allows the visitor to gaze at the incredible views and take a bridge walk out over the falls. Tours consist of a variety of boat trips to which some, take the passengers close to the more mild of the waterfalls for a thorough soaking.</p> <p>The Argentinian Side - Whilst the Brazilian side arguably boasts a better overall view of the falls, the Argentinian side contains the grand prize, being the bridge walk to 'The Devils Throat'. The Devils throat is the epi center of the falls. The Argentinian side also features a variety of bridge walks taking the vistor through treks &amp; trails that get up close and personal to the grand falls themselves.</p>