Tips & Tricks to help you plan your next adventure
Monday morning we woke up, packed our things and ate breaky at the hostel. After leaving our belongings with front desk we headed for the local bus to the falls.
The bus is the 120 and costs R$2.90 and takes around 40 minutes. and the ticket into the falls costs R$52.50 (unless you're from Argentina, Brazil or Paraguay).
Once you arrive at the park you hop on a bus that takes you to various stops (adventure tours, boat trips, jeep safari rides etc). We just hopped off at the beginning of the trail (only 1-2km long) and walked around the cliff face.
The trail overlooks the falls from afar (majority of falls on Argentinian side) and gives you a spectacular view of how enormous they are and how much power they have.
At the end of the trail there is a walk way that goes out into “The Devils Throat”. It takes you out and into the middle of the falls and gives you a great up close view.
Theres not much I can say to explain how beautiful and amazing this place is… So instead I’ll post lots of pictures.
This arvo we’re off to Argentina. We’ll be doing the Argentinian side of the falls tomorrow. I’m sure it will be just as amazing.
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