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... Hopefully you get the idea in the videos.
Now, some quick facts;
There are more than 270 waterfalls over 2.7kms
Half of the river flows into a long and narrow chasm called the Devil's Throat which can be reached by a 1km walkway on the Argentinian side.
The border between Brazil and Argentina runs through Devil's Throat which is in the shape of a horseshoe that is 82 metres high, 150 metres wide and 700 m ...
... we finished off the 4 tracks. The waterfalls are even more beautiful from the Argentinian side, it gets you that bit closer to the action. In the evening we had another big group meal, Zac and I bought enormous 2.5ltr beers to have with our meals plus a few caipirinha cocktails which are simply delicious! We all had a free caipirinha to start us off! It was a busy couple of days jumping between the border but the views of the falls were worth ...
... Took the lower blue trail first - stunning! Rainbows through the waterfalls was so awesome and sun was shining - hurrah! Then took red upper trail which was over the waterfalls - really busy and hard to get photos without people in them. Also last section was closed which was annoying so we did that one pretty quick. I preferred the blue one. Then we debated whether to sit and have lunch as just before 12 but there were lots of coatis about so wouldn't be ...
... take us to the Argentinian side. Every time we crossed the border, our guide would spend about 20-30 mins having our passports processed, first by one country, then by the other country. When we were crossing a bridge the guide pointed out to us that we could see three countries: Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. When we reached the Argentinian side we caught two little trains to take us down ...
... was relatively easy so 25 minutes later we arrived at the front gate.
In here the differences started, although there was a big line to get the ticket, there were 25 registers available and all credit cards were accepted. Instead of the annoying train, double-deck are conditioned buses took us to the fall, accessed by a lift.
The views were much ...