Salto Bernabe Mendez, Iguazu National Park

#6 of 23 in Wildlife in Province of Misiones
Take in the panorama of Iguazu Falls at Salto Bernabe Mendez. The viewpoint is named for and dedicated to a park ranger killed by poachers in 1968. From this location you’ll be able to witness captivating views of some of the smaller waterfalls in Iguazu National Park, along with the extensive wildlife living in the area. Spot a caiman or two swimming in the waters below you, or admire butterflies, lizards, birds, or monkeys. Bring a camera to capture rainbows in the mist that pop up as you explore the falls. Before you head to Iguazu National Park, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Iguazu National Park route builder site , to make sure you see all that Iguazu National Park has to offer, including Salto Bernabe Mendez.
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  • The trail leads by this among other places, the view is beautiful and it looks like film thing, recommend to take camera photos.
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  • The beauty of all the jumps is unparalleled, being the aforementioned named in honor of a st park ranger who lost his life on site
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