La Aldea de la Selva Lodge & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Aldea de la Selva Lodge & Spa Puerto Iguazu
Lodge with nice rather spacious houses right in the forest. Ready also for electricity breakdowns, has own generator.
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... de sa production suffit à alimenter 75% de la population du Paraguay en électricité. Le barrage est également considéré comme l'une des merveilles du monde moderne. Visite de 1h30 en bus des différents composants. Retour à l'hôtel et sur les conseilles de Karin et Palle, dîner dans une "churrascaria" un restaurant Buffet ou de nombreuses pièces de viande sont apportées à la table par des serveurs qui les découpent sur place. Multitude de morceaux de bœufs grillés sur feu de ...
The rest of the day is magnificent. The sun shines and we get wonderful views of the waterfalls. From the Brazilian side you get a panoramic view of the falls from one side to the other. On the Argentine side you are right in and on top of the falls. Each experience is entirely different and no visit to this fabulous location should be contemplated without visiting both sides.
We get back to our lodging by six thirty, happy with an entry and exit stamp ...
... 2km while the others took a train. They saw some wildlife and generally had a delightful and peaceful time.
Back at the hotel we had a “Mate” (martay) tasting. Mate is the local herbal tea that the locals drink all the time. The photos will show you what most of us thought of it! We returned to the same restaurant for dinner and were delighted with the speed of the service and quality of the ...
... in the middle, we spied a bird making a dash from one bit of forest to another. Although it was a long way away, we could make out a large patch of orange at its head. We think that this was a toucan. The butterflies were rampant again, unafraid to land on our clothes and footwear. Further along the path, we paused to watch the coatis climbing into the bins to look for snacks. One dominant individual spent a very long time snuffling around in his bin. Whenever ...
... either!! I get to just walk out the hotel front entrance and cross the road as much as I like in the next two days as well - I managed to do this several times before I left :) We actually tear ourselves away from here and visited a bird park that is privately owned and run. It has over 140 species and is releasing some back into the wild after a successful breeding program. I saw macaws , toucans, parrots, vultures, eagles, hens, Ibis, flamingoes, and many many ...