Iguazu Falls, Argentinean side
The Iguazu Falls, located on the border between Brazil and Argentina, are one of South America’s major tourist attractions. The jungle surrounding the falls is a large nature reserve, and in addition to the falls themselves, visitors can get close to the flora and fauna of the area.
On the Argentinean side of the falls, visitors take a train to the Devil’s Throat walkway, which crosses some of the Iguazu River and ends at the top of the Devil’s Throat, the widest stretch of waterfall. You can also walk along the Upper and Lower Trails and see some of the smaller falls up close; or take a boat trip right up into the spray.
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Iguazu Falls, Argentinean side by Linda Martin was originally published on Indie Travel Podcast (find in iTunes). They also have travel books and guides to Asia, Europe, Oceania, South America, and more.
Date: April 27th, 2012 @ 13:00
Categories: Independent Travel