Below are frontal view of the Devil's Throat fall that starts with a small set of stairs and then drops down a 260 feet fall.
My trip to Iguazu Falls completed my visits to the world's major falls that included Niagara Falls, Angel Falls and Victoria Falls. They are all unique with Angel Falls being the tallest but with a lesser volume of water. But the greatest one in Victoria Falls; the extend of falls almost in a straight line fed by the Zambesi River, the noise of the water is louder than the other falls and for this reason is called the "The Smoke that Thunders." And a helicopter ride thru the gorges of Victoria Falls is must do. I would say that Iguazu Falls is probably number Two.
Above is another view of Iguazu's Throat of Devil and below is a view of the waterfall complex looking East away fro the Devil's Throat. The best way to get a good perspective of the extend of these fall is to fly over them.
In addittion to the falls, there is a great abundance of tropical vegetations, birds that you probably never seen before, numerous butterflies and some mammals, the Coatimundis are conditioned to people and they will approach you without fear. The park has well maintained trails and catwalks, excellent eateries and an ecological train for those not wanting to walk.