Overview: This land located between the nation’s two greatest rivers, the Parana and Uruguay rivers, encompasses a great biodiversity. Besides the widely known Iguazú National Park, declared a World Natural Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO, Iberá Marshlands is a region not to be missed. This ecosystem is home to more than 300 species of birds, 85 mammals and 70 reptiles including the South American Cayman.
Yacutinga Lodge: The buildings are adjusted to the natural relief of the terrain, in harmony with the surrounding nature. Native materials, such as stones and large logs from fallen trees have been successfully incorporated into the architectural concept of the place, which integrates completely with the natural environment. Only 4 hectares out of the 570-hectare area of the property have been used to build this unprecedented ecotourism complex in Argentina. During the construction process special care has been taken to minimize negative impacts on nature.
… at a glance
Day 1 • Departure to Yacutinga Lodge.
Day 2 • Paddling San Francisco steam. Afternoon walks and nocturnal activity.
Day 3 • Transfer to Puerto Iguazú.