2 March 2010
The Iguaçú Falls are a must for those who are travelling in South America, with tourists able to enjoy the spectacle from Brazil and Argentina.This is the opinion of James Studholme, writing for the Daily Telegraph, who noted that the water feature is "viscerally spectacular".
Visiting the Iguaçú Falls with his family, Mr Studholme stated that the Devil’s Throat is the main attraction, as it is the "most impressive" of the 275 or so cataracts in the area.
He remarked: "The Devil’s Throat is awesome. Correct use of the word. Absolutely extraordinary … The noise is tremendous, the huge amount of spray incredible."
According to the journalist, it has the largest volume of water of any similar girth across the globe, which is channelled through a torrent that tourists can view from ten feet away.
Director of UK and Ireland for the Brazilian Tourist Office, Glauco Chris Fuzinatto, recently remarked that the waterfalls - which straddle the border between Brazil and Argentina - are very popular with holidaymakers.
Posted by Francis Finch"