posted by Colm Hanratty | 1 Comments
After visiting the Brazilian side of the Iguazu Falls yesterday, the Argentinean side had a lot to live up to. Thankfully, it lived up to its Brazilian counterpart. Very nicely in fact.
I’d been told by numerous people that you needed approximately 5 hours to properly enjoy the Argentinean side. With this in mind I made it down to the falls at around 12 noon. Once down we were presented with a few choices, namely what trail would we embark on first.
At the Argentinean side there are a few options:
Upper walk: This is exactly that – a walk above the top of the falls
Devil’s Throat Walk: This is a walk (you actually have to get a train first) to what is seen as the highlight of both parks
Lower Walk: A tougher walk, this is a tiny bit similar to the walk you do on the Brazilian side.
We went with the option of upper, Devil’s Throat and lower, before finishing off with a boat trip into the falls. And I mean really into the falls. We were drenched. But I won’t forget it in a hurry.
Now I’m getting ready not just for my last night in Iguazu, but my last night in Argentina.
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