With 14 cascades tumbling over 260 feet (80 meters) into a cloudy mist as they hit the frothing water below, Devil’s Throat (Garganta del Diablo) is easily the star of Iguazu Falls. Ubicación. If you walk, you’ll see quite a lot of wildlife around this time of day, too. The garganta del diablo (devil's through) is a geological formation located about 40 kilometers from Cafayate, Salta. Two thirds of the falls are within Argentine territory. The majority of the falls are in Argentina, including the main attraction Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat), while the Brazilian side gives a sweeping panoramic overview your camera will love. Cactus and blue sky were my guides. This lovely short trekking leads you to Garganta del Diablo. Pero detrás del nombre existe una leyenda de años. San Pedro de Atacama, Chile. Garganta del Diablo. It has water flowing in from three different sides, making it incredibly unique. Este paseo permite acercarse a escasos centímetros del salto más imponente y caudaloso del Parque: la majestuosa Garganta del Diablo, con más de 80 metros de caída y la vista más famosa e impactante de las Cataratas del Iguazú. Book your tickets online for Garganta del Diablo, Puerto Iguazu: See 15,919 reviews, articles, and 8,249 photos of Garganta del Diablo, ranked No.1 on Tripadvisor among 32 attractions in Puerto Iguazu. Day 1: Garganta del Diablo - Bike Tour. La propuesta de cambiar el nombre a la Garganta del Diablo por Garganta de Dios generó una polémica incluso en las redes sociales. In January in this part of Jujuy you will be able to be in T shirt and put a sweatshirt by night. The Devil’s Throat (Garganta del Diablo in Spanish or Garganta do Diabo in Portuguese), a U-shaped, 82 meters high (269 ft) , 150 meters (490 feet) wide and 700 meters (2,300 feet) long cataract, is the most impressive of all, marking the border between Argentina and Brazil. Garganta del Diablo Waterfall. Directed by Sergio L. Mottola. With Horacio Ranieri, Sandra Callejón, Aldo Pastur, Ricardo Bauleo. Is a really easy and nice trekking to do. The last train to the Garganta leaves at 4pm, and we recommend taking it, as it’ll be a somewhat less crowded experience. From Cataratas train station, train it or walk the 2.3km to the Garganta del Diablo stop. The formation is placed in walking distance from a second formation called el Anfiteatro. It a red colored canyon, which could be walked and offers a unique experience in a very importan place of Salta's mountains. Garganta del Diablo (Quebrada de Chulacao) Valle de la Luna Valle de la Muerte Cañadón del río Puritama Quebrada de Guatin Quebrada de Guatin abreviada Laguna Céjar Laguna Tebinquinche Aldea de Tulor Pukará de Quitor Piedra del Coyote. Estación Garganta del Diablo. We depart San Pedro on our bikes, following the course of the river of the same name. Climograma de … The landscape is a mixture of the surrounding oasis and the Cordillera de la Sal. The most famous portion of the waterfall is the Devil's throat, or "Garganta do Diablo" in Portuguese. A nice waterfall at the end of a nice path full of colours and tiny stream.