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Which is the best side of Iguazu Falls?

Which is the best side of Iguazu Falls?

Brazilian side
Although the single best view of Iguazu is on the Brazilian side, there is so much more to see on the Argentinian side: more waterfalls, more walkways, and more close up views – and the lookout overseeing Garganta del Diablo is pretty spectacular.

What is there to do on the side of Iguazu Falls Brazil?

What can I do on the Brazilian side of Iguazu?

  • Helicopter ride over Iguazu Falls.
  • Bird Park.
  • Two main pathways lead you along the waterfalls and get you closer:
  • Expert Tip: Save Devil’s Throat for last, for this is the highlight of your visit.
  • Boat Tour.
  • Jesuit Ruins in San Ignacio.

What countries border the Iguazu Falls?

From the foot of the Garganta do Diabo, a curtain of mist rises some 500 feet (150 metres) into the air. Aerial view of the Iguaçu Falls, on the border between Brazil and Argentina. Iguaçu Falls, “an ocean plunging into an abyss” on the border between Argentina and Brazil.

Is the Argentina side of Iguazu Falls open?

What time are the Iguazu Falls open? The Iguazu Falls National Park on the Argentine side opens from 8am to 18hs (6:00 p.m.). The Iguazu Falls National Park on the Brazilian side is open from 9am to 18hs (6:00 p.m.).

Where are the Iguazu waterfalls located?

Located in Misiones Province in the Northeastern tip of Argentina and bordering the Brazilian state of Parana to the north, Iguazú National Park, jointly with its sister park Iguaçu in Brazil, is among the world’s visually and acoustically most stunning natural sites for its massive waterfalls.

Can you go to Paraguay from Iguazu Falls?

Once in Iguassu Falls, you can visit the Paraguay. The access to Paraguay, which north of the local Brazilian Foz Iguacu city, is usually through a short car trip. The Jesuit ruins in Paraguay are a Unesco World Heritage and are very similar to the Argentinean Jesuit ruins.

Is Iguazu Falls bigger than Niagara Falls?

To put that in perspective, Iguazu Falls is nearly twice as tall as Niagara Falls and rivaled only by Zambia and Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls, which is taller at 108 meters. It’s nearly three times as wide as Niagara Falls and significantly wider still than Victoria Falls.

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