Iguazú Falls from the Argentinian Side

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Iguazú Falls from the Argentinian Side is a 13.2 kilometer out and back trail located near Cataratas del Iguazú, Misiones, Argentina that features a waterfall. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for walking, nature trips, and birding.

13.2 km
250 m
Out & Back

kid friendly


nature trips




wild flowers


When you see the first waterfall, it is astounding how much water is actually flowing around the area. You get glimpses of the main waterfalls on the Argentinian Side, as well as a hazy and obscured view of the Brazilian side. The mist put off from the falls covers the whole area with a white blanket almost as if you were looking into a snow storm. There is a point along the catwalk at which you get a clear view of the falls and you can't help but stop and say "wow." As you continue on the lower trail, you can get to right below one of the main falls and get soaked by the mist. The upper section of the trail gets significantly less mist, so it's a great place to take your time soaking in the scenery as well as the sheer volume of water. The sight is truly spectacular and cannot be captured solely in photos - it is the sound, the depth, and the feeling that you need to experience. From the upper section of the trail, you can board the train to venture towards the Devil's Throat. The Devil's Throat is the highest of the falls and mist comes out constantly, sometimes in huge updrafts that carry immense amounts of water onto the catwalk overlooking the area. The water moves at it's fastest speed right around the Devil's throat. It is so high that you cannot see the bottom from the catwalk, but this is partially attributed to the volume of mist. The catwalk in-and of-itself is quite an impressive engineering feat.

2 days ago

Well maintained

2 months ago

If you plan to make the trip to Argentina, make sure Iguazu is on your itinerary .. These falls were stunning in every sense of the word .. magnitude dwarfs anything you may have seen especially as we had been to Niagara a few years back. Strongly suggest to add the trip from the Argentinian side as you get really close and personal and also boat the waters to the Falls.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The walk is very easy, I would suggest that you get to the park early to take the first train out. Take this train to the last stop first. Because most get off at the first stop. We had a very few people out on the catwalk and the last stop is the best view of the Devil’s Throat. Then walk back.

7 months ago

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017