Your Travel Experience with Galapagos PRO
Experience the impressive waterfalls on the Argentine side
The Iguazu Falls are the largest waterfalls in South America and have been listed by UNESCO as a Natural World Heritage Site.
Located in the border of Argentina and Brazil, the falls can be visited from both sides. Most of the waterfalls are located on the Argentine side, which is absolutely spectacular due to its proximity to the water. Here you are in the middle of the action so prepare to be awed by the gargantuan, thunderous falls.
On the Argentine side, a system of metal walkways leads directly to the falls, there are many different paths through the jungle and over the footbridges. With a free train you can get from the park entrance to the "Devil's Maw", a U-shaped, 150 meters wide and 700 meters long gorge, into which an average of 1,750 cubic meters of water per second fall.
This Activity is not suitable for people with reduced mobility.