If you want to get away from the crowds and get a glimpse into the Salva Misionera (the remains of Misiones jungle) then you may want to commit a couple of days and travel 80 km northeast of Iguazu Falls to the Yacutinga Lodge.
This bona fide eco-lodge is nestled in a subtropical forest, on a private wildlife refuge reserve. Close to the Argentine/Brazil border, and nearly surrounded by the Upper Iguazu River. The place offers ample time for relaxation, solitude and education about the local ecosystem and efforts to preserve it.
Upon arrival you will be greeted by the friendly staff with a cold mate cocido, a refreshing iced tea and a freshly baked chippa bread.
There are several private cabins on the premises, a swimming pool, a bar, and a lodge itself with its great room and dining area. There are many trails to explore. Some can be walked independently but majority are done with the guide who explains the local fauna and flora. Plenty of bird-watching opportunities.
The minimum stay is 2 nights to allow the necessary time for travel and the visit to the jungle.
To learn more about this lodge and the preserve or to book your stay please contact us.