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    Posada La Bonita, Argentina
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    Posada La Bonita Waterfall

Argentina

Posada La Bonita

Posada La Bonita

In the deep, luxurious jungle an unspoiled eden opens its misteries to the adventurous or contemplative spirits that wish to get closer to nature. A huge, hypnotic waterfall is the heart of the lodge. Experience the unnamemable sensation of being one with totality.

Four strategically located cabins surround La Bonita waterfall. The silence of the night is only altered by the music the water makes by falling between the rocks. In summer you can sleep with the windows open to the jungle- no mosquitoes, cool nights keep them away. Each cabin has a terrace to the top of the trees, from where you can see colorful birds. From some of the cabins you can see the falling cascade.

The food is an exquisite combination of local and european dishes, tasty, without being pretentious. Homemade, including ingredients from our garden, the posada's cook puts a lot of love and dedication in the menu. The property's aim is to make guetss feel at home in an exotic environment, and help them to live their own experience.
Close to the cabins, a huge cascade of pristine waters falls in a natural pool where you can swim and take a bath you will never forget.

The jungle surrounds you, with it's exotic birds, orchids, ferns, a vegetal altar formed after the wise combination of nature and time. The lodge is a tribute to this magical waterfall. And is also the possibility to live in paradise for some days. The Uruguay river falls into himself making a linear cascade three kilometers long. Feel the power of the red waters against the wild greeness of one of the lasts unspoiled jungles of the planet. Rushing water connect us with this unique unforgettable landscape.

After breakfast, maybe a bath under the waterfall. Then, relax under the sun. There are miles of streams and secluded waterfalls pure enough to drink. Every step is a new world of exotic plants and colorful birds. Explore. Cold nights (500 mts over sea level) keep mosquitoes away. Or set out on horseback to discover tropical birds and wild orchids in all their natural glory. La Bonita stands very close to the Yabot Biosphere Reserve, 620.000 acres of the last piece of the Paran Jungle, distributed between hills covered with native trees: the anchico, guatamb, laurel, guayuvira, lapacho, full of birds like the toucan, yacutingas, macuco, surucua, eagles, and mammals, like the tapir, deers, monkeys, coatis, pumas and jaguar.
Treks along jungle paths are highly recommended, where one can follow the creeks and rivers, by foot or on horseback.

theExplorateur Exclusive Offer

Special rates starting from US $120 per night including breakfast.

Rates vary by season and subject to availability.

Contact Information

Paraje el Soberbio Misiones
Misiones
Argentina
+5491158428386
info@posadalabonita.net
www.posadalabonita.com.ar

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About Misiones

Misiones is the northeastern most province of Argentina, and, while small, it is one of the richest in terms of natural beauty and sights. Brazil loops around its northern, eastern and southern sides, and Paraguay is to the west.

Originally, this province was inhabited by the Guaran, who still have an influence on the culture there today. In the 1600s, many Jesuit Reductions were built by Jesuit missionaries, who sought to organize the indigenous populations in order to educate them, among other things. By the end of the 18th century, the Reductions had mostly been stopped by Portuguese leaders, leaving the Guanaries to work as slaves on local plantations. In the 1800s, the province was fought over by Argentina and Paraguay, but Argentina eventually gained control.

Today, there are nearly 1,000,000 people living in Misiones, most of whom are of European or other origin, and whose families originally immigrated through Brazil, rather than through Buenos Aires.

The climate is subtropical, with very little in the way of actual seasons. Instead, it rains nearly all year, which has been taken advantage of for farming and ranching. In fact, Misiones largest source of income is the production of yerba mate, the unique loose-leaf tea drunk widely throughout Argentina.

The original landscape has been preserved in some select areas of the province, such as Iguaz National Park.

Iguaz Falls, a series of over 250 waterfalls at the border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, is the biggest tourist attraction in the province, and is considered one of the top places to see not only in Argentina, but in all of South America. It is a breathtaking display of natures wonder, fed by the Iguaz River. The nearby city of Puerto Iguaz has plenty of infrastructure to accommodate the thousands of local and international tourists that flock each year to see the majestic falls.

There are several other waterfalls to see throughout the province, such as the Saltos del Mocon, which features a 3-kilometer long waterfall, almost falling sideways rather than down. The area surrounding the Mocon falls is considered a Provincial Park, including the Reserva de Biosfera Yabot. Here, you can go rafting, enjoy motorboat rides, kayak, and go out in wooden canoes on the Uruguay River. There are a number of other adventure sports offered here, as well.

In addition, there are mines, wildlife, Jesuit ruins and archeological sites to see in this small province. In short, there is no opportunity for boredom here.

The city of Posadas is the capital of the province, and it also offers a variety of cultural activities and sights. It is located on the Paran River, and acts as the center of communications for the entire region. The Guaran culture continues to grow here, and maintain old traditions, as well, although it is as much for tourist reasons as for personal cultural reasons.

Misiones may be tucked into the northern corner of the country, but it is well worth the trek to see the incredible landscapes and experience the diverse culture.

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