Saltos del Moconá Puerto Iguazú - Argentina
Saltos del Moconá
Puerto Iguazú - Argentina
Description of the ride:
El Gran Salto del Moconá, “He who swallows everything,” as its name in the Guaraní language says, is a 3-kilometer long canyon with waterfalls parallel to its channel.
The relief of the Park is rugged and its slopes fall openly to the closed valleys of the Yabotí stream and the Uruguay river, with banks in the form of ravines, whose heights range between 160 and 350 meters above sea level.
The Yabotí or Pepirí stream, one of the most important waterways that surround the Moconá Provincial Park, has innumerable slides and backwaters, whose flow varies with rainfall and which, like the Moconá Falls, houses unique plant and animal species, Associated with rocks.
Once you have made a short walk along a path of our jungle and having arrived at the pier “Piedra El Bugre” you can take a river ride in our boats equipped to experience the strength and life of our jumps.
Sienta el salpicar del agua en su rostro a la vez que se refresca con agua atomizada de los saltos que forman diversos arcoiris a lo largo de un paseo guiado por nuestro personal calificado para que su relación con la naturaleza sea la más segura y placentera.
Following the concept of the gastronomic team of the Provincial Parks, in the heart of the Moconá another space opens that combines the wonder of the natural with the flavors that result from fusing the typical regional with the gourmet. A different space to live nature, immerse yourself in it but from a comfort space.
Another alternative is to go into nature. Within the almost 1000 hectares destined to the Park, it is possible to see varied species of flora and fauna.
Walking the trails and bites allows you to discover at every step, how thick vegetation coexists harmoniously, with abundant presence of tree ferns, tacuara bushes and old trees.
There are a variety of activities that can be done around the nature of the Moconá Falls, there are those who are adventurous that others who can do canoeing on the Uruguay River, kayak rental, swimming in the streams and up to 4×4 crossings.