After we landed, we decided to take a helicopter tour. It was $113.01 for about 10 minutes, but worth it. From above we see the river, the falls, and the national park. It was a great thing to see before actually seeing them, it made the experience even more majestic.
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There are three walkways on the Argentina side and you take a train to get to them, unless you want to walk the path. Because we were there during a non-peak rainy time, we had to wait about 20 minutes for a train.
When we arrived at the park was raining, hard, but by the time we got to the furthest walkway, it cleared up. The walkway goes over the river and brings you to the edge of the falls where you got soaked from the mist.
Along the pathways when you look at the falls, seeing a rainbow was becoming common, and really adds a nice aspect to some pictures.
The trip to Iguazu Falls was amazing, if you are ever down in that area, I say go...and stay at the hotel within the park (Argentina has one hotel within their park too) it is worth the splurge.