The Brazilian side of the Iguaçu Falls provides a breathtaking panoramic view of the cascading waterfalls. You can walk along a trail that spans 1.2 km, offering various viewpoints of the falls, including of the Devil's Throat, the largest and most impressive waterfall of the Iguaçu Falls. The walkways are well-maintained and offer several viewpoints to take in the magnificent views.
Whether you see it from above, in Argentina, or from below, in Brazil, the Garganta del Diablo makes for a truly unforgettable sight. In Argentina you'll get wet from the spray, but in Brazil it's a truly immersive experience - you'll be soaking wet! Make sure to protect your camera and anything that's not waterproof. We braved the sheer force of the water without rain coats as they seemed totally useless. And it was fun!
With a bit of luck you might have the opportunity to spot exotic wildlife such as toucans and coatis. We saw a poor coati, followed by some very excited Japanese hunting it with their phone cameras.
The next day, we took a helicopter tour over the falls. I recommend to charter, if possible, the whole helicopter so that you have free choice of the seats.
It was absolutely breathtaking! Only about 10 minutes flight but so much to see, it was definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience!
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