Enjoy a jungle-lodge style experience, with all the facilities and creature comforts of a hotel
A good value and convenient base - just a 20 minute drive to the Iguazu Falls
The restaurant offers an extensive menu including regional specialities and you can pick out a bottle from vineyards across Argentina in the wine cellar
The refreshing pool and its shaded loungers is perfect for cooling off when you are not exploring South America’s greatest natural wonder
For the more adventurous there are lots of other activities in the surrounding area including canopy walks, waterfall abseiling and jungle treks. Or take one of the hotel bikes out explore at your own pace
All year round destination, however in Spring and Autumn (October/November and March/April) are most pleasant. The peak season is January through February when Argentineans and Brazilians are on holiday. December through March is summer. This is the hottest and the most humid time of year. The winter months are June through to August, this is when rain is mostly likely and the temperatures range from lows of 10°C to high of 23°C.
La Cantera Jungle Lodge is a boutique rainforest eco-lodge, between the town of Puerto Iguazu and the Iguazu Falls. Offering great value for money and an appealing rustic style, it is a comfortable and well located option for visiting the Iguazu Falls.
Designed and constructed to have minimal environmental impact, La Cantera Jungle Lodge is a small lodge set among a private nature reserve of Misiones rainforest. The lodge consists of just 24 spacious air-conditioned rooms that are contemporary in style but charmingly rustic, featuring colours and textiles of the Guarani Indians who inhabit the region. Rooms are well-equipped and come with a balcony which is great for sitting out on and watching the jungle stir to life in the morning, and a nicely-fitted bathroom, many with stand-alone bathtubs in addition to a shower.
La Cantera’s restaurant El Boyero serves mostly local dishes and some international cuisine and has a well-stocked wine cellar. All guests can enjoy spa treatments including body and facial relaxing massages, featuring natural essences and oils. There is also a lovely outdoor swimming pool surrounded by decking and day beds that offers respite from the heat of summer.
The incredible falls and Iguazu National Park were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986 in a bid to preserve many rare and endangered species of wildlife that inhabit the Rio Iguazu and surrounding sub-tropical rainforest, where it is not unusual to glimpse toucans, parrots and morpho-blue butterflies dodge in and out of the falls. The thunderous roar of crashing water and the iridescent mist that rises above the falls is an incredible, awe-inspiring sight that has lost none of its impact since first discovered by Europeans in 1542.
A 15-minute drive from the town of Puerto Iguazu with its many dining options and a 20-minute drive to the Argentine entrance to the Iguazu Falls National Park.
A 35-minute drive from Foz do Iguazu Airport in Brazil (although the border crossing may take a little more time in peak periods), and a 25-minute drive from Cataratas International Airport in Argentina.
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