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Coastline and Puerto Iguazu

Perched upon the very bounds of the country, near the triple border with Brazil and Paraguay, the famous Iguazú Falls are listed among UNESCO’s World Natural Heritage sites. They are very interesting and offer every tourist a unique lifetime experience. As you enter the very heart of the Iguazú Falls, you can both contemplate and listen to one of the nature’s major works-of-art. We recommend visiting the falls on the Argentinian and Brazilian sides. Two different but complementary experiences. The province of Misiones, Argentina’s green-house, has more than 2000 species of plants and animals, including monkeys, butterflies, and toucans and so on. The road taken by the very first Jesuit missionaries in 1609 enables one to experience those bygone times when the Jesuits´ aim was to convert the Guarani Indians to Catholicism. From a historical point of view, this area is closely related to its Bolivian, Paraguayan and Brazilian neighbours, with numerous Jesuit settlements founded from the beginning of the seventeenth century onwards. In fact, the North of Argentina was colonized by Jesuit missionaries intensively throughout two centuries. They were expelled towards the end of the eighteenth century (1767) by the Spanish authorities. In fact, the Jesuit influence was such that it became a threat to Spain’s interests. As one visits the ruins of the missionary’s settlements, their churches, towns and farms, one can experience a flashback to epic times such as depicted in “The Mission”.

Posada Puerto Bemberg

Don Puerto Bemberg Lodge is a jungle boutique hotel with personalized 5 star service. The Lodge is strategically located in the Misiones jungle, in a private natural reserve located 35 minutes away from Iguazu Falls. Trails, natural waterfalls, rivers, trees, native plants, birds and fauna of the jungle; characterize the environment of the Lodge that is certified as a sustainable tourism hotel by Rain Forest Alliance. The Hotel was built from an old house owned by the traditional Bemberg Family, which has been completely renovated respecting the original architecture. All spacious rooms feature large windows and a private patio, allowing the traveler to contemplate the jungle. They have been tastefully decorated maintaining its colonial style with a combination of natural and local materials. The hotel features a Gourmet Author Restaurant with international and regional cuisine, a pool surrounded by jungle, boating activities, trekking and jungle interpretation. The lodge has wi fi in the rooms and common areas, and outdoor parking.

Yacutinga Lodge

Far from massive tourism, Yacutinga Lodge allows you to immerse yourself in the heart of nature. If you plan to visit us, we recommend you to stay with us at least 3 days. Our packages are very easy to combine with the traditional visit to the Iguazu Falls. You can then explore the mysteries and peculiarities of the jungle, enjoying the breathtaking beauty of Iguazu Falls.

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