Imagine a world where the lush rainforest of the Misiones Jungle, cascading waters, and impressive natural beauty blend with luxury. This atmosphere creates an ideal location for the Pristine Iguazú Luxury Camp, an oasis of tranquility in Argentina. It is located in Puerto Bemberg Natural Reserve, near the Paraná River bank, approximately one hour from the Iguazú Falls International Airport and the Iguazú National Park.
The camp facilities include two premium suites and four exclusive suites with a total capacity of 23 people and a parking lot. The premium suites are in the highland with privileged panoramic views of the jungle and the Paraná River, with all the comfortable amenities and a private pool with an area for resting in lazy beds. On the other hand, the exclusive suites are in the lowland immersed in the jungle; the inside rooms are very pleasant and well-equipped; likewise, the outdoor area has lazy beds and an outer tub for unwinding. Also, one of the suites is conditioned for disabled people. Additionally, during your stay, don’t miss out on savoring a 3-course lunch with beverages and selected wines.
Moreover, the activities inside the camp are inspired by nature’s four elements, which include earth, air, water, and fire experiences that are coordinated by specialized guides. Be part of trekkings in the jungle, and bike tours with historical and nature interpretation themes. Take cooking classes, or join night activities at the astronomic refuge. Besides, there are other activities outside the camp, such as a navigation to Salto Yasy or a visit to Iguazú Falls, included in stays of three days or more.
This lodge is suitable for all travelers; however, children are welcome from over six years old. In addition, some packing tips when visiting the Iguazú region are to carry practical clothing, comfortable shoes for trekking, a cap, a windbreaker jacket, sunglasses, sunscreen, and repellent.
This is a year-round destination, although, April to September is the best time to travel as there is pleasant weather from 13°C to 30°C and the waterfalls increase their water level considerably. We suggest avoiding visiting on Holy Week or summer vacations in July as it is overcrowded with tourists. Additionally, you can take advantage of this destination with a minimum stay of 3 or 4 nights to be part of all the activities available.
Complement your trip with a visit to Esteros del Iberá or Salta and Jujuy, as there are iconic Argentine attractions and an easy way to arrive by direct flights to those regions.
Recommend this fabulous glamping option for your clients to become the very first guests, as this new property has just opened on September 1st, 2023. Contact our Pure! Argentina team for more information here.
Published in October 2023