Iguazu Falls Video Travel Guides

Argentina

The Iguazu Falls, are waterfalls of the Iguazu River on the border of Argentina and Brazil. They are the largest waterfall system in the world. There are many islands along the 3-kilometre-long edge of the falls which divide the river into many separate waterfalls and cataracts, varying between 60 to 80 metres in height. The number of waterfalls varies between 150 to 300, depending on the water level. Almost half of the river falls into a long and narrow chasm called the Devils Throat. There are many viewing points on both the Argentinian and Brazilian side. Which side gives the most impressi





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Iguazu Falls in 30 Seconds

Take a quick trip across the Argentian and Brazilian Iguazu falls.

The Falls in 30 Seconds

Iguazu Falls in 30 Seconds


Further Reading on Wikipedia : Iguazu Falls

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Iguazu Falls Argentina

Which side of the falls is the best? Come see for yourself as everyone has a different view.

Devils Throat

Iguazu Falls Argentina

Walking to Devils Throat

Iguazu Falls Argentina


Further Reading on Wikipedia : Iguazu River

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Upper Falls Argentina

While almost half the water flows through the Devils Throat, the falls close to the Argentinian shore are also impressive.

Upper Falls

Upper Falls Argentina

Walking the edge of the Falls

Upper Falls Argentina

Below the Falls

Upper Falls Argentina


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Iguazu Brazil Falls

From the Brazilian side and particularly on the viewing platform there are wonderful views of the Iguazu River thundering through the Devils Throat.

Elevadores da Garganta do Diablo

Iguazu Brazil Falls

Walkway below Devils Throat

Iguazu Brazil Falls

Lower Path of the Falls Trail

Iguazu Brazil Falls

Upper Path of Falls Trail

Iguazu Brazil Falls



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