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Misiones is known for its incredible natural attractions, among them crashing waterfalls and vast nature parks. Discover a history that stretches back centuries to native tribes and religious missionaries, go swimming in pristine creeks and hike through lush rainforests.
One of the first tribes to live in the region was the Guarani and the Guarani language is still spoken by many Misiones residents today. Over the years, battles raged between Paraguay and Argentina over control of the region, but today Misiones is fully incorporated into Argentina.
Visit the UNESCO-listed Jesuit ruins in San Ignacio, one of many Jesuit missions that once sprung up in the region, giving it its modern-day name. Today, red-colored remnants are all that’s left of this once grand 17th-century complex.
Further north near the Paraná River lies the town of Montecarlo. Known as the province’s “capital of flowers,” Montecarlo is famed for its fresh blooms. Wander the orchid nurseries and inhale the gentle floral fragrances. Families will enjoy the aquarium, where you can learn about local species.
Take a tour from Misiones’ capital, Posadas, to the powerful Mocona Falls. Watch as the water spills over a gorge that runs along the edge of the Uruguay River. Stay at lovely cabins in the rainforest or continue your journey to the small city of El Soberbio for more accommodation options.
For even more outdoor adventure, view Iguazú Falls in Iguazú National Park. The powerful Iguazu River starts in Brazil and runs smoothly until it reaches a canyon called the Devil’s Throat, which creates a chain of cascades. Take a guided boat tour under the falls and walk the trails of the surrounding forest.
Misiones doesn’t have a dry season, so bring waterproof gear no matter what time of the year. Rent a car to explore the wide open roads and stunning views along Provincial Route 2.
In addition to exploring Misiones’ natural sights, stop by its rural villages to meet the locals and get an authentic taste of daily life in this largely unspoiled region.
What a majestic place, full of great people, and great food. The staff was so friendly and helpful, the food was beautifully prepared and displayed, and you can't beat the location.
Loved this place.it has Little tracks to walk along around the complex.Lovely big windows around the reception and breakfast areas looking out into jungle and watching for birds.A big excitement for us was seeing 2 local toucans.Breakfast was great.huge selection.Rooms were large enough for 3 single ...
Location is directly across the road from the bus station. Lots of food shops around and supermarkets also. Staff is available at front desk 24/7 and extremely helpful. The hotel as many extras like pools, spas, gym etc etc. I didn’t get to check them out as I o my stayed for one night. Very clean ...
Overall it was a nice property. It only needed to improve quality of breakfast. I would stay there again.
Small, with minimal amenities. Wifi, at the time, was unreliable. If mosquitoes bother you, ask for a room with screens. Really friendly staff. Cash only.
After a long day at the Iguazu Falls we were extremely pleased when we pulled up to this hotel. It is a very nice property with a very kind staff. We didn’t know dinner was included and so that was an added plus. We enjoyed dinner and breakfast. We wish we had one more night at this hotel, great ...
Enjoyed it. Food was great and located in centre of town with lots of shopping all around. Staff were superb and very accommodating. Only thing, no parking provided.
Front desk staff were friendly and helpful in calling taxis to/from the falls (RT taxi only 1150 Arg. pesos). We only stayed for one night but I wish we had more time to enjoy the beautiful tropical grounds! The room was clean and the bed was comfortable. Would definitely recommend to anyone coming ...