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If you go Argentina’s Misiones province...

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Buenos Aires with Posadas, the capital of Misiones, and Cataratas del Iguazú. A week’s car rental costs around $500. Ground operator Guayrá offers four-wheel-drive vehicles with

a driver from $650 for multi-leg journeys across the province (www.guayra.com.ar). 

What to do

The best wildlife viewing is on private land adjoining Misiones’s nature reserves. Trees are in

fruit during the September-

November spring and April-May autumn, drawing migratory birds and large concentrations of

butterflies.

Where to stay

Estancia Santa Cecilia 

RN 12, Km 1365, Candelaria

011-54-3752-493018

www.santa-cecilia.com.ar

Traditional cattle ranch offering horseback forays with gauchos and visits to San Ignacio’s

Jesuit ruins. Doubles $410,

full board.

Tacuapí Lodge 

Villa Salto Encantado

011-54-3743-420335

www.tacuapi.com.ar

Seven rustic cabins overlook the forest-clad Cuñá Pirú valley in Misiones’s central sierras.

Doubles $290, full board.

Don Enrique Lodge 

RP15, Colonia La Flor

011-54-11-4732-3502

www.donenriquelodge.com.ar

Three tastefully decorated

cabins on a remote riverbank, 15 miles from the Moconá Falls. Doubles $360, full board.

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