After spending a day touring the jaw-dropping Iguazú Falls from the Argentina side, I wanted to get a different perspective from Brazil.
And that’s exactly what you get from the Brazil experience — perspective. Since 80% of the falls (more than 200) are in Argentina, the Brazil side offers a wider view from a distance. Plus, it offers the best — and most wet-n-wild — view of The Devil’s Throat, or Garganta del Diablo. Take a look!
You can “do” the falls from Brazil in just a half-day vs. the full day needed for the Argentina side. But deciding how to plan your visit can be a bit tricky, so I’ll outline my experience in a later post. In the meantime, here are more photos from Iguazú Falls on the Brazil side: