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This is the place to go if you’re seeking an “incredible all-inclusive, luxury stay in Argentina with a completely different change of pace”, writes Camryn La Sala.
There is plenty of privacy at Awasi Iguazu with just 14 private villas with private plunge pools and expansive living spaces and secluded jungle settings.
The article talks about the “string focus” on gastronomy that is described as “state-of-the-art”.
It continues to say how Awasi Iguazu goes above and beyond, providing guests with their own private guide and a dedicated 4WD vehicle, enabling tailor-made excursions that include “visiting the 18th-century Jesuit ruins, hidden waterfalls (as well as the famous ones), kayaking through the jungle, bird watching, and more”.
Do note that we accept children from 10 years and above.
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Ranked as one of this year’s top honeymoon destinations by travel expert Andrew Satkowiak, executive vice president of The Luxury Travel Agency, Awasi Iguazù is “all-inclusive and outstanding”, says The New York Post.
Satkowiak’s talks about “once-in-a-lifetime journeys so you can appreciate luxury in all its forms” and he is most impressed with the “treehouse-esque” hotel that is Awasi Iguazù .
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“Unique” is a word that means different things to different people, but, says The New York Post, “to us it means that the property is offering something special you can’t find elsewhere. Think treehouse vibes” …and the choice has to be boutique hotel Awasi Iguazù – for “incredible all-inclusive, luxury” where 14 private villas, “built on stilts for minimal environmental impact” nestle in secluded bliss in the jungle.
“Most guests come here to enjoy the outdoors and seclusion” but for those keen to socialize, the main lodge is within easy reach, offering a bar and restaurant with “a strong focus on gastronomy”.
“Each villa has a private plunge pool and a spacious living area”, while guests enjoy the undivided attention of a private guide who can devise bespoke itineraries and transport guests in their very own 4WD vehicle.
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“If you enjoy the great outdoors and like to mix things up a bit,” writes Camryn La Sala, “a treehouse hotel or rental home is definitely the way to go when you’re craving something a little different. The sound of swaying trees, chirping birds and the chance to see wildlife right from bed? What’s not to love?”
The article talks about how our 14 luxury villas, are erected “on stilts for minimal environmental impact” and “spread throughout the jungle for privacy”.
Fear not, other than their secluded jungle location, the treehouse villas are about as far from camping as you can get, with spacious living space and private plunge pools.
Guests can choose to hide away in their villas, or venture to the main lodge to socialize and sample “state-of-the-art gastronomy”.
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The final article focuses on the destination.
Expert Tracey Nichol shares her top tips on where to stay in Argentina saying those looking for “an incredible all-inclusive, ultra-luxury stay” need look no further than Relais and Chateaux boutique hotel Awasi Iguazù which offers 14 exclusive villas, built on stilts in the jungle.
“Located on the Argentina side of the falls at the banks of the Iguazu River, this ultra-luxe lodge offers an elevated Iguazù experience. Complete with your own villa, private guide, and 4×4, you’ll have flexibility to explore the National Park as you wish,” Nichol explains.
Awasi Iguazu is open year-round.