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Videos – Iguazu Falls At Parque Nacional Iguazú

Sign on Path to Upper and Lower Circuit Waterfalls

Want to see the waterfalls at Iguazu Falls National Park (Parque Nacional Iguazú in Spanish) visited from Puerto Iguazú, Argentina) up close & personal?   View Photos

Experience what it’s like to walk through the parks’ forest-encased paths and steel-mesh walking bridges over the Iguazú River to view the spectacular pounding, cascading tons of water by viewing the YouTube videos below.

Iguazú Falls contains over 270 waterfalls (“cataratas” in Spanish) and cataracts stretched out over two miles of natural parkland. They can be visited Puerto Iguazú, Argentina or Foz do Iguaçu in Brazil.  For places to stay and where to eat in both towns click here: Travel Guide to Iguazu Falls

Take a walk along the metal-mesh catwalk to cascading natural wonder Devil’s Throat. Devil’s Throat – “Garganta del Diablo” in Spanish – is the horseshoe-shaped drop-off (around 270 feet high) in the middle of the chain of waterfalls.


Enter the Path to Garganta del Diablo

Garganta del Diablo or "Devil's Throat"

From path to cascading magnificent wonder, click here to get an up close view of the waterfalls on the Lower Circuit – Salto Alvar Nuñez.

Sign to Lower Circuit. Salto Means Jump or Leap in Spanish

Lookout Point Crossing the Iguazú River on the Way to the Falls

Photographs & videos by Molly McHugh, all rights reserved.

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