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The most exciting place I have ever visited. The management claims the park to be one of the new 7 wonders of the world and it s absolutely true. It takes some walking hours to see the park, but every minute is worth. Highly recommended!!!
Dispicable, as they will Not Allow Dissabled people to go in a boat!! Even if you are able to climb the Step Down and back Up. Why does Argentina think Dissabled people Can't do things?? What are they Frightend of??
This is an amazing park.
Starting by La garganta del Diablo fall you realize the magnificent park this is.
I can’t say it enough it’s amazing.
You see so many beautiful falls it is like magic.
Try the ride on the fast boats under some...More
Walked both upper and lower trails. Magnificent experience. Highly recommended if you have time and interested in outdoors. Didn't go to the Devil's Throat due to time constraints. Will go back and do that part. You can now buy park admission tickets using VISA, MasterCard,...More
The park is simply amazing. Great structure and well mantained. Cost to Mercosul visitors is 480 pesos, plus 140 pesos to park your car. There are a lot of paths that you can visit without paying more (included in the admittance). After entering the park...More
The Parque Nacional is also a treasure for all Humanity. It is a park on a large scale and the Melia Hotel where we stayed nestles within it. There is so much to see and do and I was overawed by the plethora of wildklife...More
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The Argentinian side offers several close up viewing spots, from where you can really experience the immense power of the falls. The Brazilian side offers (mostly) a wider, panoramic view, though there are spots where you... More
The Argentinian side offers several close up viewing spots, from where you can really experience the immense power of the falls. The Brazilian side offers (mostly) a wider, panoramic view, though there are spots where you can get up close. My recommendation is both.