Lonely Planet, experts in the world of travel, gives us this panoramic view of the jungle embracing Devil's Throat: 'It’s a place of majesty and awe', they say.
"I believe that the Falls are among the most wonderful views on the planet," writes the prestigious photographer @Frans Lanting for the London newspaper The Economist referring to Iguazu Falls in Argentina.
The Spanish newspaper El País ranks Iguazu Falls in the first place as "the great waterfall by excellence" among the 25 "most spectacular national parks in the world". Thanks @El País!
A photo from the National Geographic Planet of the jumps Mbigua and San Martín, Iguazu Falls National Park that leaves you speechless ... you have to live it to feel it.
"Stunning localtions that will take your breath away". Culture Trip ranks Iguazu Falls National Park at the top of this bucket list...ready for your next trip?
"The Mighty Iguazu Falls", that is the title of the international article published by the BBC Travel chain. And it affirms: "Visitors can experience the power of the water first hand, thanks to walkways above and below the cascades".
The Spanish newspaper El País was in the Iguazu Falls National Park, fascinated by the Lower Walk and its proximity to the waterfalls, surrounded by tropical forest ... The walk ends with a "dip" in the Bossetti Falls, the undisputed star for lovers of great experiences.
Devil’s Throat or flight of angels? "The latter, I decided, as a resplendent rainbow fleetingly spread its wings over this symphony of sight, sound and diving swifts, then dissipated in a blink". The travel and leisure magazine Wanderlust delivers a close and personal experience of the highest and most powerful fall.
ABC News chose the Iguazu Falls National Park to emphasize the importance of this natural area - vital for the planet - and captured the most impressive images. @GMA reporter, Ginger Zee, describes her experience as a "deep connection" with nature and refers to the importance of the Atlantic forest for the balance of its species and for the whole world.
Meeting the immensity of life in an extraordinary and unexpected way that inhabit the natural environment." This is how the English newspaper Financial Times described its experience in the Iguazú National Park.
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