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Yacutinga - Bird Watching


4  nights   Children Friendly Featured, pleasant property Each City Package includes transfers and the must-do-tours and was carefully selected and negotiated for you. All participating service providers have been chosen for their quality service. So, unless you have specific plans, trust us. It's all prepared. Should you stay extra nights, book the city package and add hotel. Price Busters

National Park

This program is suggested for people who loves eco-tourism and bird watching and it is considered a moderate level program. Yacutinga Lodge is not only a tourist enterprise; it is a Reserve in a natural environment with modern concepts of sustainability, based on an eco- tourist activity.
Yacutinga Lodge & Wildlife Nature Reserve is located in the proximity of the Iguazú Waterfalls, which have been a highlight in the Brazilian and argentine roundtrips for the several years.

The area belongs to the Parana phytogeographic province, which is one of the richest natural areas in Argentina on account of its biodiversity.
The main features of the great rainforests of the world are here, high temperature, humidity, no dry season and climate fluctuation.
Constant temperature and humidity make the area a huge greenhouse as all elements for all exuberant life are present. Water, heat and sunshine.

* Attention to transfer schedule, as we are in Daylight Saving Time.
From Raices Argentinas to Yacutinga - 14h30 (Argentinean Time)
From Yacutinga to Raices Argentinas - 13h00 (Argentinean Time)
1 Day - Puerto Iguazu/ Yacutinga Lodge

At 14h30 road transfer from Puerto Iguazu. After about 1 hour and a half, we will get to Uriugua-I Provincial Park, continuing along it up to the side of Upper Iguazú River. Finally after 12km in a vehicle 4x4 we get to Yacutinga Lodge.
Check-in and observation walk in the lodge, at the sunset.
Dinner and night walk in search of owls and nightjars.
2 Day - Yacutinga Lodge

Breakfast at the lodge.
Observation walk along the Reserve main road and its central marsh.
Lunch at the Lodge.
Walk through the Guazu trail for several kilometers.
Dinner at the Lodge.
Night observation walk.
3 Day - Yacutinga Lodge

Breakfast at the lodge.
Observating along the Paleo-cauce trail and continuing the exploration in the dense forest.
Walk along Guayabal trail, arriving in an open area, where the main port and biological station of the lodge are located.
In the afternoon we will navigate down the Upper Iguazú river and one of its tributaries, San Francisco stream. By the end of the afternoon we will walk some 800 meters to get to the Lodge, along San Francisco trail.
Dinner and overnight at the lodge.
4 Day - Yacutinga Lodge

Breakfast at the lodge.
Observations along Chico Mendez and the Timbo trails.
Lunch at the Lodge.
In the afternoon we will walk along Pastura trail and sunset will find us in the swamp area.
Return to the Lodge.
Some owling and overnight at the lodge.
5 Day - Yacutinga / Puerto Iguazu

Early in the morning we will make our last observation walk along Tacuara trail.
Approximately 10.30 a.m. we will start our return trip to Puerto Iguazu, arriving at 1.00 p.m.
Important remarks:
1. The below metioned rates are per person.
2. This package is not valid during Christmas, New Years and Holidays.
3. The activities described may be altered due to weather conditions, season or group make-up with the intent of maximizing your experience of the eco-system.
4. This tour package is available only with English and Spanish speaking guides.

Included in the package:
* Transfers to/from Puerto Tigre;
* specialized naturalist guides;
* 4 nights in the Yacuting Lodge & Wildlife Nature Reserve;
* Meals: 4 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 5 dinners;
* All the above mentioned activities.

Not included in the package:
*Airport taxes and air tickets;
*Medical expenses and hospitalization;
*Any type of insurance;
*Personal expenses or extras;

What to bring:
T-shirts, long sleeve shirt, tennis shoes or hiking boots, hat, jeans or tracksuit, sunscreen, mosquito repellent, binoculars or scope, field books, camera and film. Sweatshirt or jacket recommended in May through October.