4 days and 3 nights dedicated to discover the northeast jungle area of Argentina. It is a pristine place where the past melts with the present. 60 miles east from the famous Iguassu Falls at the border between Brazil and Argentina extends a large portion of subtropical rainforest protected by environmental laws.
This interesting journey is surprising for the adventurous traveller. Away from massive tourism extend beautiful landscapes characterized by rich biodiversity, lush green jungle vegetation in contrast with its red soil.
Powerful rivers and bucolic streams irrigate the forest. Clear blue sky. The curious living history of the Guarani native people, and their relation with european pioneers.
At night, the shout of an owl, the fantastic Milky Way, and the magic of the Jungle by a fireplace at the comfort of Yacutinga Lodge accommodations.
Best spoken eco tours at the upper Iguazu river
Most probably you are organizing your trip including the visit to the famous Iguazu waterfalls. Due to its location and environmental concept, Yacutinga Lodge has become the best option to explore in detail the peculiarities of the Argentinian Interior Atlantic Rainforest .
Yacutinga is the ideal extension for your trip to the Iguazu Falls. A unique experience just 2 hrs away from the amazing Iguazu Falls to enjoy the magic and relaxing peace of the place while discovering the curiosities of its flora and fauna.
“Iguazu en Concierto” is a music festival of juvenile choirs and orchestras. Seven hundred teens and children arrive from the five continents to play on a wonderful scenario; the Iguassu Waterfalls and the Atlantic Jungle in its maximum potencial.
During 6 uninterrupted days, different free concerts can be watched in different hotels in the area.
As a final act, the choirs join the orchestra to play a wonderful concert in front of the waterfalls, truly a show you must not miss.
This event counts with the presence of big Argentinian music personalities, such as Elena Roger who was the godmother in the year 2013. She did various interpretations during the festival, including her acting in the final concert next to the seven hundred children and teens. In the 2012, Gustavo Santaolla had the privilege role of playing in the final concert with the children.
What to do while you’re staying in Brazil for the FIFA WOLRD CUP 2014. Brazil is a very diverse country; here is some info of what to do while you’re visiting South America’s Giant…
Apart of being the site for the World Cup, Brazil has a lot of touristic places. For instance, take the beaches (Rio do Janeiro, Florianopolis or Santa Catarina).Iguazu Waterfalls (not more than 500 kms away from Curitiba, city where a couple of games will take place).
“O pantanal” a place where you’ll see the most extraordinary fauna in your life.