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Awasi Iguazu

Luxury in the Iguazu rainforest, with personalized service and access to the stunning Iguazu Falls.

Luxury in the rainforest

For travellers seeking an unforgettable escape into the heart of nature without sacrificing luxury, Awasi Iguazu is the ultimate destination.

Positioned in the landscapes of the Iguazu National Park in Argentina, the Awasi Iguazu stands as a testament to the harmonious coexistence of luxury and nature. This remarkable lodge offers 14 private guest villas dotted throughout the jungle. A true experience for travellers seeking to immerse themselves in the surrounding rainforest while enjoying world-class accommodations and hospitality.

One of the defining features of the Awasi Iguazu is its commitment to preserving and showcasing the natural wonders of the Iguazu region. Located just a stone's throw away from the awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls, the hotel is a gateway to one of the most magnificent natural attractions on Earth. Guests have the rare opportunity to explore the falls at their own pace, avoiding the crowds that often flock to this UNESCO World Heritage site.

Awasi Iguazu offers a small number of luxurious villas, each designed to blend seamlessly with the lush rainforest surroundings. The villas are spacious, elegantly furnished, and come complete with private plunge pools, outdoor showers, and expansive terraces that allow guests to fully immerse themselves in the sights and sounds of the jungle.

What truly sets Awasi Iguazu apart is its commitment to personalised service. Each villa comes with a dedicated private guide and 4x4 vehicle, ensuring that guests have the freedom to explore the national park and its surroundings on tailor-made excursions. Whether it's trekking through the rainforest, birdwatching, or visiting local communities, guests can create their own adventure itinerary, making their stay at Awasi Iguazu truly unique.

The dining experience at Awasi Iguazu is nothing short of exceptional. The hotel's restaurant specialises in regional cuisine, incorporating indigenous ingredients and flavours to create a culinary journey that complements the natural beauty of the surroundings. Guests can enjoy their meals in the open-air dining area, surrounded by the sights and sounds of the jungle.


Surrounded by the pristine Iguazu National Park, the Awazi Iguazu is carbon neutral, protecting over 340 hectares of native woodland. Prioritizing eco-friendly practices, from minimizing its carbon footprint through energy-efficient systems to supporting local conservation efforts. They source locally, reduce waste, and engage in responsible tourism, ensuring their guests not only experience the natural wonders of the region but also contribute to its preservation.

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The nation basks in sun-drenched days and balmy temperatures. This is prime time to explore Patagonia's pristine beauty, hike through national parks, and encounter awe-inspiring glaciers. Mar del Plata's coastal allure beckons with inviting beaches. The Andes thrill adventure seekers with hiking, mountain biking, and climbing. Urban centers like Buenos Aires offer bustling districts, outdoor dining, and cultural events. Argentina in January is brimming with energy and endless possibilities.



February brings warmth and sunshine to Argentina. The grape harvest fills Mendoza and Salta's air with the scent of ripening fruit.



March brings a delightful ambiance to Argentina with warm temperatures and abundant sunshine. It's an excellent time to explore the renowned wine regions of Mendoza and Salta as the grape harvest takes place, filling the air with the intoxicating aroma of ripening fruit. The northern provinces showcase autumn's beauty with stunning landscapes, while Iguazú Falls captivate with enhanced water levels, creating a truly unforgettable experience. Argentina in March offers a perfect blend of outdoor adventures and natural wonders to explore.



April graces Argentina with comfortable temperatures and a gentle transition into autumn. The vibrant capital, Buenos Aires, is perfect for leisurely strolls through enchanting neighborhoods and exploring its rich cultural scene. Northwestern provinces like Salta and Jujuy come alive with a tapestry of changing colours, ideal for savouring renowned wine regions and vineyard tours. Patagonia's cooling weather sets the stage for outdoor activities amidst a breathtaking display of reds, oranges, and golds.



May offer pleasant temperatures as autumn arrives. Buenos Aires reveals enchanting neighborhoods and cultural treasures. Northwestern provinces burst into a tapestry of colors—ideal for exploring renowned wine regions. Patagonia's cooling temperatures set the stage for picturesque hikes amidst reds, oranges, and golds.



Winter descends in June, enticing snow sports enthusiasts to Andean ski resorts like Bariloche and Las Leñas. Patagonia transforms into a winter wonderland for exhilarating hikes. In Buenos Aires, indoor experiences like museums and tango shows thrive.



In July, Argentina embraces a chilly atmosphere as winter takes hold. Cooler temperatures make it a prime time for winter activities. Ski resorts in the Andes, like Bariloche and Las Leñas, attract snow sports enthusiasts. Patagonia transforms into a captivating winter wonderland, inviting visitors to exhilarating winter hikes amidst snowy landscapes. Buenos Aires offers indoor experiences with cultural events, museums, and tango shows.



August and September maintain winter in the south, offering skiing and whale migration views. Spring blooms in parks and gardens in Buenos Aires.



September brings a transitional charm to Argentina's weather as the country emerges from winter. As spring takes hold, temperatures begin to rise, and the landscapes start to awaken with new life. Buenos Aires and other urban centers offer a pleasant atmosphere for outdoor strolls and cultural excursions. Wildlife enthusiasts can witness the impressive southern right whale migration along the Atlantic coast.



October brings vibrant landscapes and pleasant temperatures. Vineyards awaken, and Buenos Aires hosts outdoor events. Northern provinces showcase blooming flowers and picturesque villages. Patagonia's milder climate suits outdoor activities.



In November, Argentina experiences delightful weather as spring reaches its full bloom. The country enjoys pleasant temperatures and an array of vibrant landscapes. From the bustling streets of Buenos Aires to the picturesque villages in the northern provinces, the atmosphere is inviting for outdoor exploration. Vineyards come alive as new growth graces the wine regions, while Patagonia's milder climate makes it an ideal time for outdoor activities and hikes. Argentina in November offers a harmonious blend of comfortable weather and captivating natural beauty.



Christmas spirit envelops Buenos Aires. Colorfully adorned streets host joyful celebrations. Patagonia shines in full summer splendor. From Andean peaks to pristine lakes, outdoor activities abound. Beaches and wild Patagonia offer unique family holiday experiences.


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