I crossed the bridge and the border into Argentina. The town on the Argentine side is much smaller than the city on the Brazilian side, yet like Brazil, the national park, and the falls, are still several miles from town.
The Argentine side gets you up close and personal with the falls. There are walkways both along the top and the bottom of the cascades.
I had a spectacular day there... it started out overcast, but by the end of the day it had cleared up nicely
It wasn't all up close...the Argentine side also has a lot of trails through the forest and several places with sweeping views
It's impossible to convey just how much water is rushing over this part of the falls. It had gouged a massive and deep trough too and was obviously still very much at work making it deeper. The noise coming from this part was thunderous.
The showpiece on the Argentine side has got to be the Garganta del Diablo, the Devil's Throat, which is the largest of the falls....and it is enormous. Watching the turbulent water falling and cascading down is absolutely hypnotizing.