Travel to Iguazu Falls

WEATHER IN IGUAZU SUMMER - AUTUMN
DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY
31.4°C31.8°C31.0°C30.6°C27.0°C23.7°C
19.2°C20.4°C20.1°C18.7°C16.8°C13.1°C
WINTER - SPRING
JUN JUL AGO SEP OCT NOV
20.7°C22.0°C24.0°C25.3.°C28.4°C30.2°C
10.7°C10.7°C12.1°C13.1°C15.9°C18.0°C

IGUAZÚ

NORTHEAST ARGENTINA

Travel to Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls are a must for travels to Argentina. Since 2010 Iguazu Falls are part of the New Seven Wonders of the World, voted by millions of tourists who traveled to get to know them.

Our Falls are part of the Iguazu National Park, declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1984. The nearest town is Puerto Iguazú, 18 km away.
Travelers can stay in Puerto Iguazu and from there make tours to Iguazu Falls. Due to its kind of weather, winter it's recommended as the best time for travels to Iguazu Falls because the intense heat and humidity of summer give way. Anyway any season is suitable for a visit.

ESTABLECIMIENTO LAS MARÍAS

NORTHEAST ARGENTINA

Establecimiento Las Marías

In the early XXth century, Las Marías was a small ranch located on the northeast of Corrientes province. In 1924, Víctor Navajas Centeno planted the first yerba mate plants in the area. That was the beginning of a story that would continue to evolve in the following years. They added tea cultivation to their activities in 1950. Ten years later they started using clonal selection and vegetative reproduction and thus improved an internationally approved, high quality product. Regarding yerba mate, the exhaustive selection process used in its propagation since 1956 allows the company to count on the best seeds.

Nowadays, Las Marías is the world's top yerba producer, and a renowned infusion specialist. Taragüi, Unión, La Merced, Mañanita and Punta de Oro are some of the brands of its products and are also the result of the natural and permanent evolution of a company in constant development.

SAN IGNACIO RUINS

NORTHEAST ARGENTINA

Travel to San Ignacio Ruins

These missionary ruins built in XVII century by spanish monks who traveled from there to evangelize people, were declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1984. Guaraní peoples lived there, over 100,000 aboriginal distributed between Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina. At this time, two groups of missions were constructed: one in Argentina and the second in Brazil.

Argentina's missions where called San Ignacio Miní and is the most important. There is the press where the first books were published in the Argentine territory. It quickly became a town with lodging, churches and shops. The structure has a gray appearance due to stones, accompanied by green jungle vegetation that surrounds it.

MOCONA WATERFALLS

NORTHEAST ARGENTINA

Travel to Moconá Waterfalls

Moconá means "swallow everything" in guaraní, that's why Moconá is one of the great wonders of Misiones. It's a geological fault in which Uruguay, Yabotí, Pepirí Guazú, Serapio and Calixto rivers intersect, forming a canyon three miles long with parallel waterfalls besides the banks.

The river runs parallel above the plateau of the mountain all the way and is falling sideways. Its fall does one facing the direction of flow of water but making a bias going during that long stretch of almost 2,000 m. We stop in the Valley and Piru Cuñá see a drop of over 70 meters in the upper reaches of the creek and then Cuñá Pirú Salto Encantado Provincial Park which houses a colony of rare swifts necklace.