Iguazu's most luxurious accommodation
- 14 villas with private plunge pools (including one master villa with two bedrooms)
- Private guides and vehicles for unmatched flexibility
- Main lodge building with bar and restaurant
- Tours to the falls
- Jungle treks
- Boat rides
- Bird watching
- Archaeological excursions
Awasi Iguazu, a member of Relais & Chateaux, can be found on the banks of the river just 15 minutes from the famous waterfalls.
There are 14 spacious villas sat on stilts spread among the jungle, all positioned to ensure the utmost privacy while still being within easy reach of the main lodge. Each villa has its own plunge pool, outdoor shower and large living area.
A private guide and 4WD vehicle will be assigned to each villa, letting you explore at your own pace, visiting where you want, when you want, and for however long you want. Working with renowned biologists, a series of excursions have been created that go beyond the falls. Visit archaeological sites, trek through the jungle, head out bird watching, take a boat ride for a sunset picnic and much more. Return from your days out exploring the beautiful surroundings for a drink at the main lodge’s bar and long, relaxed meals in the restaurant.
The Awasi Foundation
The Awasi Foundation is focused on protecting and conserving the valuable ecosystem by donating and collaborating directly with local entities. These in turn work in the protection, rehabilitation and reintroduction of native animals. In addition to this, they also protect natural areas by helping to monitor and track local species, and by aiding the authorities that keep hunters and poachers at bay.
Keeping local traditions alive
Awasi also have an initiative to help support the four neighbouring native Guaraní Communities by offering a series of collaborations which run throughout the year, including private visits to their community, where the most skilled artisans of the community will host the likes of basketry demonstrations. Additionally, a weekly art workshop at a local school is funded, which previously lacked an art teacher for the children. During these workshops, a range of artists participate, from illustrators to theatre teachers and more, giving the children tools for self-expression and creativity.