A full day of riding the little tourist train to various circuits of the Falls. While the park was very crowded with holiday tourists, we rarely had to wait in line for train rides to various sections of the Falls.
The guidebook says:
Iguazú Falls, Brazil & Argentina
Straddling the borders of Brazil and Argentina, Iguazú Falls is the largest waterfall system in the world. While it may not be the tallest, it's certainly one of the widest. It’s also one of the most distinct in shape because it has a staircase formation: water flows over two steps made from basalt. Most people try to get a shot of the Devil’s Throat canyon, a bowl that shows off the sheer might of all that water.
As if the Falls experience wasn't enough, Jennie also I booked a sunset cruise on Catamaran Cruceros Iguazu. It was billed as an experience to see 3 nations and 2 rivers in one place and the only cruise navigating the waters of the three borders. Bar and snacks were offered with an international live music show, kind of like watching Wayne Newton, Tom Jones, and Elvis impersonators.
3 borders of Argentina, Brasil, and Paraguay