Most people head straight to the main attraction, that being the Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo in Spanish). Shaped like a horseshoe, the Devil's Throat is the largest water curtain in the whole system and includes 14 waterfalls.

It's possible to take a speedboat to the falls, but be prepared to get really wet as these boats take you right under the falls.

You could easily spend the whole day exploring this side of the waterfalls without even noticing time passing.

After getting soaked, the Brazilian side of the falls offers an equally gratifying view.

While you don't get as close to the falls, the Brazilian side offers incredible panoramic views that help deepen an appreciation for their grandeur.