IGUAZU AND MISIONES
PORTION COVERED BY JUNGLE35%
# INDIVIDUAL FALLS WITHIN IGUAZU227
POPULATION970,000
A smaller province in the northeast corner of the country, Misiones’ location is what makes it one of the most fascinating places to visit in Argentina. With Paraguay to the northwest and Brazil to the north, it’s also a great locale from which to branch out and explore other parts of South America. Perhaps though the biggest draw of the region is the Iguazu Falls. These falls divide the upper and lower parts of the Iguazu River and are situated on the border with Brazil. All told, this represents the largest waterfall system in existence. Truly a stunning natural display.
Besides the scenic beauty, Misiones is also home to the fascinating remains of a 17th century Jesuit mission, as well as the acclaimed Yerba Mate festival—celebrating the national drink of Argentina which is far more than merely a beverage, as many consider it to be a pastime as well.
  • IGUAZU NATIONAL PARK

    Rainforest abounds in this amazing park. With train rides to the Iguazu Falls—the largest in the world—visitors get to experience a scenic trip like no other. The park also features Devil’s Throat, an unbelievable U-shaped cascade along with many indigenous species of plant and animal life.

  • LA ARIPUCA

    Located just outside of Puerto Iguazu, La Aripuca is a theme park of sorts paying homage to a variety of regional as well as endangered trees. There are guided tours and even one that takes you to a giant animal trap constructed completely of trees.

  • SAN IGNACIO MINI

    Designated in the 80s by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, San Ignacio Mini really does transport visitors to a time past. Originally built in 1610 by Jesuit priests, the ruins today have been deemed one of the best preserved. It has become one of the most visited places in the country.

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