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Tour Guide Series: Garganta Trail

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Hidden : 10/08/2015
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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This cache is part of Tour Guide Series by Francis Almeida Barros. The cache is at the bike trail, this trail is long 11 km from the entrance to the Falls. You are in a national park with wildlife. For better assistance hire a local expert! The Garganta del Diablo is a challenge in the most beautiful at Argentine side of the Falls. I has been hide by a local tour guide. I have choose the best places for my caches and have the idea of the Series!

The Salto Garganta del Diablo , the Devil´s Throat Fall is the most spectacular at Iguassu Falls. While you visit there you can find a CACHE at the tren station sign. The local expert tour guide hide it just for you! Good luck and send the pictures to me. The conteiner is bottle with logbook. good luck! Well, i will be very happy if you have any suggestion for me! If you spot a big cat (Jaguar or Pumas): Stay calm, Never run, Do not turn your back, Do not get close, Do not leave children alone, They usually do not attack humans, but if they can.

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