Iguazú

MISIONES, ARGENTINA

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“The wealth of these grounds goes far beyond the famous waterfalls… an unknown world awaits”

EMILIO WHITE, NATURALIST & WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER

We have worked with renowned biologists to create a series of excursions that go beyond the falls. From landscape to history, flora and fauna, the Misiones Province is a melting pot of contrasts and diversity.

Visiting archaeological sites, trekking through the jungle, bird watching, taking a boat ride for a sunset picnic… this is just dipping your toe into the potential of the area...

“… the Paraná flows through the bottom of an immense
canyon whose walls, a hundred metres high, entomb
the river. From the river banks, bordered with black
towers of basalt, rises the equally black forest.”

Adrift by Horacio Quiroga (1878-1937)

Did you know the Iguazú Falls are part of
the Atlantic Rainforest?
This area of incredible beauty is not
connected to any other rainforest,
and is therefore home to 1000s
of endemic plants and animals.

Emilio White

THE ATLANTIC RAINFOREST

What is there to see?

More than 400 species of birds, many of them endemic.
Orchids and ferns, unique to the Atlantic Rainforest.
Tapirs, Capuchin monkeys and puma.
Jungle trails encompassing endangered trees.
Crystal clear pools, only reachable by boat.
Archaeological Jesuit ruins.
Local Guarani tribes who practice ancient artisan
crafts and know more about the rainforest than anyone else…

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