Located just 20 minutes from the world’s largest waterfalls, Awasi’s new 14-room lodge is situated on the banks of the River Iguazú, surrounded by the Atlantic Rainforest. Each villa is assigned with a private guide and 4WD, allowing guests to explore at their own pace, visiting where they want, in their own time.
Awasi Iguazú is the perfect spot to enjoy the world famous National Park and its surroundings, while also enjoying especially crafted excursions that go beyond the falls.
After days spent exploring the impressive natural scenery in and around the Iguazú Falls, return to Awasi for a swim in your own private plunge pool, a drink at the bar in the main lodge and long evening meals in our restaurant.
Built on stilts for minimal environmental impact, the 14 villas are spread throughout the jungle, each positioned for utmost privacy but within easy distance of the main lodge.
With the perfect mix of privacy in your villa, along with the opportunity to socialise at the bar and restaurant in the main lodge, Awasi Iguazú will be the perfect place to enjoy the very best of the Misiones Province.
Stepping away from the layout of a classic hotel, we have created villas nestled in the jungle. There are 13 Standard Villas, and 1 Master Villa. Each villa has a private terrace and plunge pool, and spacious living areas.
The master villa has a larger plunge pool and living room allowing plenty of space for two couples or families.
A Refuge in the Jungle
Each suite takes the form of a stand-alone villa, built on stilts for minimal environmental impact, and with a private plunge pool.
Master of all Villas
One of the villas will have two bedrooms, whilst the remaining 13 are designed for couples or two friends.
The interiors feature traditional textiles and baskets woven by the indigenous Guarani people, who still inhabit the region and are our neighbours.
We have worked with renowned biologists to create a series of excursions that go beyond the falls. From landscape to history, flora and fauna, the Misiones Province is a melting pot of contrasts and diversity.
More than 400 species of birds, many of them endemic. Orchids and ferns, unique to the Atlantic Rainforest. Tapirs, Capuchin monkeys and puma.
Jungle trails encompassing endangered trees. Crystal clear pools, only reachable by boat. Archaeological Jesuit ruins. Local Guarani tribes who practice ancient artisan crafts and know more about the rainforest than anyone else…
The early 20th century saw considerable levels of European immigration to Misiones, many worked on the land harvesting crops such as yerba mate or working on orange or grapefruit plantations.
Your Personal Guide
Whims, wishes, wants… it’s your holiday so craft your own adventure with the help and support of your very own private guide and vehicle.