Heritage Site. Over 2 days we saw it from above, below and right in the heart of it.
We started on the Brazilian side, walking along a stone path through the
forest that lead to several platforms where we observed the falls from different angles. As we walked, we were delighted with the unique birds and mammals that thrive in the lush national park surrounding Iguassu. At the last platform we were right in the heart of Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat), where the water plunges 230 feet into a roiling cauldron. It was a thrilling but wet place to observe the power of the falls.
Exhausted from the walking, heat and humidity we returned to our hotel for a lazy afternoon to recover from our adventures.