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Argentine Falls: 9 curiosities about Iguazú National Park!



Argentine Falls: 9 curiosities about Iguazú National Park!

1- Argentina Falls Location

2- Payment in local currency and tour times

3- The Waterfalls

4- About Devil's Throat

5- Ride Extension

6- Previous Day Discount

7- La Gran Aventura

8- Natural Curiosities of Argentina Falls

9- Famous Who Visited the Falls on the Argentine Side

Argentine Falls: 9 curiosities about Iguazú National Park!

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Every year and every day, thousands of visitors come to the waterfalls of Iguaçu, but in numbers only 20% of Brazilians who came to see the falls in Foz do Iguaçu have ever visited the Argentine Falls on the side of the hermanos, but just like the phenomenal ride on the brazilian side, the trip on the argentine side is very worth it!

Why, today we brought you special curiosities of Iguazú Park to know more about this tour!

1- Argentina Falls Location

Iguazú National Park is a natural preservation area, with about 67.720 hectares, located in Argentina in the far north of the Province of Misiones, 17 km from the mouth of the Iguazú River right in the waters of the Paraná River, where they connect the Triple Border ( Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay) and between the cities of Puerto Iguazú, Foz do Iguaçu and Ciudad Del Este / Presidente Franco!

For this trip on the Argentine Falls, you will enter a foreign country, so you will need to be prepared for it, with documentation and local currency all ready to enter the country and make a great tour!

If you do not know the documentation to enter the Argentine Falls we leave you this article:

>> Documentation needed to enter Argentina and Paraguay <<

2- Payment in local currency and tour times

Argentine Falls: 9 curiosities about Iguazú National Park!

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In Puerto Iguazú only accepted Argentine pesos, so you need to convert your money into an exchange area.

You can at the entrance of the tour make the transaction by credit card (VISA OR MASTERCARD), but for this the card must be internationally enabled and will need to pay IOF.

A tip is to exchange the real for pesos before you go for the ride, so you pay less tax on conversion!

No exceptions every day and every year the park opens at exactly 8 in the morning at your local time (De Misiones - Puerto Iguazu), admission is allowed until 16: 30 and the end of the tour for visitors is until 18 hours!

So if you want to enjoy a lot, a suggestion is to go to the park early, because by the size of the route you explore your route better!

Going further into this let's go to the next topic!

3- The Waterfalls

On the Argentinean side there are 275 waterfalls, and that means two thirds of what the entire waterfalls have, while the Brazilian side has a more panoramic view of the waterfalls, on the Argentine Falls you can see the falls from above or you can until you get under them! In addition to exploring other hidden waterfalls in the middle of Parana Jungle!

So the route is very close to nature, making the complete experience more intimate with the forest and waterfalls, really connecting the traveler to the tour, something that you also get on the Brazilian side.

And on both rides you'll have a huge chance of getting wet, so be prepared for a refreshing adventure!

4- About Devil's Throat

Argentine Falls: 9 curiosities about Iguazú National Park!

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On the Argentinean side of the Falls, Devil's Throat is the highlight of the tour!

From there you can see our Brazilian side, besides the incredible natural angle of the falls. As the Throat is where most of the waters fall, its chasm from the tip to the river is deep and reaches 82 meters high, being about 150 m wide and some 700 m long, “U” shaped this immensity Nature takes the breath away from many tourists who know it for the first time!

Curious to know better about this tour so see this other article:

>> Is Iguazu Falls on the Argentine side really worth it? <<

5- Ride Extension

Argentine Falls: 9 curiosities about Iguazú National Park!

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For the visitors of the Iguazú National Park, an important warning: The path of the Argentine side is long and needs a lot of walking, so hydrate yourself a lot and prepare yourself with a suitable walking clothes; because the ride has 3 trails that explore and dazzle views of the falls from various angles!

About the trails: Bottom Walk 1,4 km long leaving a view under the Falls, another Superior 1,7 km giving a top view of the falls, and the last trail to the Devil's Throat, which is only accessible by transport by the park's own ecological train.

There are still other tours that can be purchased separately and are not included in the price of the ticket, such as nautical tours and full moon light rides, to check the latter is necessary to check if the season is open for visitation!

6- Previous Day Discount

Argentine Falls: 9 curiosities about Iguazú National Park!

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Iguazú National Park offers returning visitors the next day the 50% discount on admission, so if you can't complete the entire tour, you can return the next day, submit your ticket from the day before (Required to earn the discount) You visited the Park and earn your discount.

7- La Gran Aventura

Combining nature and the falls of the Iguazu Falls Argentina, this tour of La Gran Aventura has a bilingual tour that explains a lot about the beauties of Iguazú National Park, after a journey of 5 km the boat travels to the Strongest waterfalls in the park, getting out of this walk without getting wet is impossible, so go prepared for a good shower!

8- Natural Curiosities of Argentina Falls

Argentine Falls: 9 curiosities about Iguazú National Park!

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The size of the Argentine Falls is also impressive, reaching 2,7 km wide, with varying heights between 60 m and 82 m, with an average water flow of 1.800 m³ / you can believe that so many incredible dimensions came from a volcanic eruption? Yes, the Argentine Falls is a natural phenomenon that has been transformed into a tourist place, to offer thousands of people around the world the experience of knowing this incredible attraction that involves all ages!

9- Famous Who Visited the Falls on the Argentine Side

Only in 2017 Iguazu National Park received 1.500.000 visitors, among them many celebrities have passed through the lands of the best known waterfalls of the world, among them we highlight the most famous:

  • Katy Perry: From the world of pop music, Katy Perry landed in Foz do Iguacu early last year and went for a walk exploring the Argentine Falls, making live lives on her official Instagram the star recorded all her lovely Falls tour!

See more about the full article on this >> Katy Perry Visits the Falls <<

  • American actor Neil Patrick Harris, Barney of the famous TV show “How I Met Your Mother” (Argentine Side) visited the Argentinian side right at the end of 2017 and also recorded videos on his official Instagram profile. !

Also read >> 25 celebrities who have already visited the Triple Frontier << and be surprised by the famous who have come to western Paraná to know the incredible attractions of Foz do Iguaçu and the region!

Check out our recent Iguazu Falls tour:

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What are you waiting for to include Foz do Iguaçu and region in your travel itinerary? Come to Foz, be amazed by the Falls on both the Brazilian side and the Iguazu Falls Iguazú National Park!

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