We saw the Iguazu Falls on this side of Argentina. This is one of the largest waterfalls in the world and it is very spectacular. We walked all the way to stop and take a look, feeling the shock brought by the waterfall from different angles, rumbling in our ears.
Iguazu National Park in Argentina is one of the most famous tourist attractions! There is the famous Iguazu Falls, very spectacular and majestic! Visitors and friends remember to go here to take pictures and check in!
Many long-nosed raccoons in the park are so cute. There is also a small train ride to the top of Devil's Maw Waterfall. There are small supermarkets everywhere where you can buy food and drink. A scenic spot with a good environment. If you still want to enter the park the next day, you can register at the gate so that the next day you will only charge 50 pesos per person.
People who have never been to Iguazu say Iguazu is the third largest waterfall in the world, and those who have been there say it is the number one. I took my mother with me (I happened to be to Niagara Falls and Victoria Falls). Said this is the most shocking! The unique water resources of South America make the Iguazu Falls spectacular! Definitely worth seeing! It will be more exciting from the two perspectives of Brazil and Argentina!
It took 2 days to look at the two sides from Argentina and Brazil, and the scenery was different. Feeling that the water is too dirty, I didn't take a boat to enter the water curtain hole underneath. Above it, I could already feel soaked. After reading this, you are not interested in other waterfalls, you know whether to go or not