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Yacutinga Lodge

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04/06/2017 05/06/2017
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Henley-on-Thames, United Kingdom
Reviewed 23 July 2016

Yacutinga Lodge is a small example of paradise in the jungle. The lodge itself is based on a number of small cottages set in the jungle with a central complex with dining room, lounge and bar &c. The accommodation is basic but clean and comfortable. Some may say that it is somewhat idiosyncratic but that simply adds to its charm....

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worldexplorer2, Sales Manager at Yacutinga Lodge, responded to this review

Dear Guest, First of all Thank you for taking the time to review your stay with us. We are very glad to know that you value the effort we make daily to preserve and conserve one of the last relicts of Atlantic Rainforest. Regarding your comments about the organic architecture style that characterized our constructions, as you say, Yacutinga doesn’t...

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Reviewed 23 July 2016

We, the five of us, were the only visitors back in April which made us feel we really were away from the rest of the world. We were warmly welcomed not only by the knowlegeable, engaging staff but by monkeys leaping in the thick tree cover.

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worldexplorer2, Sales Manager at Yacutinga Lodge, responded to this review

Dear Guest, Thank you for taking the time to leave your comments about your stay with us! We are very happy to know that you have had a great experience! You were very lucky to have all the Yacutinga Reserve in exclusive for you and your family! Greetings from the heart of the Iguassu Rainforest Maria del Rosario Marino

Houston, Texas, United States
Reviewed 2 May 2016

I was here for only 2 days and nights, but this place was amazing. The Lodge is an ecological masterpiece, peacefully nestled within the rain forest. The staff was by far, the most friendly we met during our 28-day tour of South America. Wonderful people. Nestor, the Lodge's guide, is very intelligent, loves his job (and it shows!), highly knowledgeable...

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London
Reviewed 28 April 2016

A good trip. Staff are knowledgable and teach you a lot about the jungle habitat and animals. The canoe trip is a definite highlight. The food was ok. The pool area is also needed after a steamy day in the jungle. The rooms are quite rustic and it's definitely not a luxury lodge but certainly lives up to its green...

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worldexplorer2, Director Comercial at Yacutinga Lodge, responded to this review

Dear Guest, First of all, thanks for taking the time to leave your comments about your experience at Yacutinga Lodge. We are glad to know that you have had a nice stay with us and that our staff was helpful and kind. Regarding the Guarani people and their handicraft, this season we have started to visit their community, the Kagui...

Maidenhead
Reviewed 28 April 2016

We stayed for 2 nights. It was a great experience. The rooms are comfortable with good mosquito proofing ( very necessary) and very private so you really feel you have your 'own' bit of jungle. The main building is stunning, with some lovely decorative touches made from local wood, vines and other produce. The food was delicious, again much from...

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Vienna
Reviewed 28 April 2016

The Yacutinga Lodge sets the tone with the check-in area and lobby with natural wood chairs, desk, stairs and more. Steps away are the well-maintained pool and beautiful party / bar / outdoor kitchen areas. The individual lodges are clean and well protected from marauding mosquitoes. The bath / shower area in my lodge looked like a Gaudy design, with...

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Palm Desert, California
Reviewed 28 April 2016

Staff and guide were great. Accommodations we're surprisingly good in an out of the way place. Loved the food and the fact that the place was built out of natural products. I was part of a tour heading to Iguazu Falls.

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Eastchester, New York
Reviewed 28 April 2016

This lodge has the most friendly and helpful guides and staff to make your learning experience in the jungle of Argentina a great experience. Hot and humid weather was compensated for by a dip in the pool amid numerous butterflies.

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Huntington, New York
Reviewed 22 March 2016

Very relaxing and the food was fantastic. Great place to simply chill yet enjoyed the kayaking and nature walks. Outdoor bar and pool area quite welcoming. Very unusual, spacious cabins were quite comfortable.

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Rock Hill, South Carolina
Reviewed 19 March 2016

An eco hotel – VERY rustic. No a/c, phones, tv, etc. VERY simple cabin/room – all separate. Cement floor, screens in the windows, ceiling fan. There is running water and the water is safe to drink. It’s in the middle of the jungle and you drive on bumpy dirt roads to get there. There is a general meeting area, a...

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  • Breakfast included
  • Free Internet
  • Free Parking
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Nested in the Interior Atlantic Rainforest this is the first and unique jungle lodge of Argentina. Sustainable tourism. Eco oriented tours within the exclusive Yacutinga's Private Nature Reserve. 80 kilometres away from the fantastic Iguazu Falls and its massive tourism. This Lodge has been built JUST FOR NATURE LOVERS. Native meals, ecotours conducted by ecologist & biologist, 20 rooms and 1 suite with a very intense contact with the Jungle atmosphere. A list of over 570 species of diurnal butterflies, more than 320 species of bird listed. Do not expect to observe plenty of mammals, our ecosystem doesn't allow this kind of gift. Expect for capuchin monkeys, coaties, hundred of butterflies , over 40 to 60 bird species in two days of ecoactivities. There other mammals that sometimes show up. Remember this is not a Zoo, everybody is free here... Including us. We do not offer a luxury accommodation. We offer equilibrium. Thank you for your attention. Carlos Sandoval Owner. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Yacutinga Lodge

Address: Calle Yacutinga | Upper Iguazu River - Misiones, Puerto Iguazu N3370HSA, Argentina
Region: Argentina > Litoral > Province of Misiones > Puerto Iguazu
Price Range: $775 - $1,321 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2.5 star — Yacutinga Lodge 2.5*
Number of rooms: 21
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“The rooms are all individual style lodges and nicely appointed.”
Louise087, 17 Jan 2017 | Read review
“I don't know what "room tip" means other than the monetary tip that I always leave for the staff. I don't think that's what's meant here. I can only say that the rooms were not only comfortable and totally acceptable, but they allow luxury accessibility to view, listen to and experience the rain forested jungle outside. Loved them!”
joem82, 2 May 2016 | Read review
“Yacutinga Lodge is not air conditioned, so be prepared for the local climate.”
Dryeguy, 27 Apr 2016 | Read review
“The rooms are very similar with some nearer and others further from the main lodge.”
DOFox, 4 Mar 2016 | Read review
“If you are physically challenged,difficulty walking or difficulty seeing properly,ask for accommodation near the main building.”
gem566, 31 Oct 2015 | Read review
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