Head into the Iguacu National Park on the Brazilian side of the falls. With the vast majority of the separate 275 falls that make up this natural wonder being located on the Argentine side, the pathways on the Brazilian side offer the perfect viewpoints of all of these. The catwalks along the river shores offer amazing panoramic views across to the many falls leading up to the Devil’s Throat. While from Argentina, you view this largest cascade from above, here you can see it in all its glory from below, a completely different perspective. It is also from here that you can add on a panoramic helicopter tour for a bird-eye view of this amazing landscape. Note that you should check any entry requirements for Brazil needed if crossing the border from Argentina.