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"the devil?s throat!" Devil's Throat - Garganta Del Diablo Tip by mindcrime

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Ok, this is the most impressive of all falls and of course the highlight of the park! La Garganta del Diablo which means the Devil’s Throat is a huge fall that you can listen from distance but when you get close to it you get shocked! And you get real close because the 1100m long cat walk brings you there at the top of the fall! It was amazing looking the calm waters for the 25’ minutes I was walking in the metallic catwalk and then suddenly I saw the waters crashing at the edge! I spend around 20’ just watching the waters going down… Unfortunately no camera in this world can catch the real thing! You have to see it with your own eyes! Many visitors come here first but it’s wrong! The sun will be in front of you in the morning so its better to come a little bit later…

Address: Iguazu Falls
Directions: argentinian side of the falls

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Apr 30, 2008
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