worth the trip! extraordinary views and experience. make sure to see brasilian and argentintian side.
A whole new view on these amazing waterfall. Again - get ready to get wet as you make your way towards the closest viewing points. Phenomenal !
This is a great place to visit for a day. Allow at least 3hours. Its best to go right to the end of the bus route and then to walk back, so you don't end up doubling up on the walking. Take your camera in a ziplock bag as you and everything you have will get very wet at the... More
The facilities, on the Argentine side were great, where else wud you travel by bus, then by train, boardwalk to the falls, then by speed boat under the falls themselves, by four wheel drive, then back by train all under the gaze of an amazing piece of mother nature the "Falls" which were just amazing.
Though the vista improves as you walk along the edge of the falls, the crowds are cumbersome (insufficient space for the ridiculousness of ignorant brazilian tourists), the surfaces are very slippery and unsafe for many walking in rubber soled shoes. Be careful and hold the railings. The food options are pathetic and the price of entry over valued. Typical for... More
Amazing views, I loved the Argentina side however when you see the falls in a Panoramic view, its unbelievable how long the falls are, lovely view, just adds to the experience. Felt there was less to do on the Brazil side, but a must to get a full view of the falls and see it from different aspects.
It's the place that everyone must visit! absolutely unique - And if you get there - my advice stay for 2 days: 1 day - about 8am go to Brazilian part (ticketing starts at 9 am) Brazilian part of the falls are really well-organized and especially for wheel-chairs - it has lifts, good paths etc, 1 ticket - about 50... More
One of the most amazing and beautiful places I have ever been! I loved the incredible sound of the water and the feel of the mist on your face.
The falls from the Brazilian side are very different and the area much more organised, a little like Disney, but all said and done, I would not have missed it
The Argentinian have the falls but Brazil has the view. If you staying on Argentinian side make sure you make the trip to Brazilian side, as the view of the falls is really spectacular.
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