Tour especially recommended for lovers of architecture, culture, history and scenery. Visit three ruins in one day!
This is a tour through the Province of Misiones, Argentina. With much of the historical roots of this region. Where there was a utopian society that lasted for 150 years, leaving many lessons.
And Misiones is the second smallest province in Argentina and has international borders with Brazil and Pargauay and its main tourist attractions are the Iguassu Falls, his Jesuit ruins. But we can not fail to mention Moconá Falls.
During this tour we meet plantations of yerba mate who is a national drink of Argentina, green tea and many small towns founded on the banks of the Parana River.
This tour is priced for a group of up to 3. Please inquire for a custom quote if your group is larger. Start points can be, Puerto Iguazú, Argentina or Foz Do Iguaçu, Brazil.
1st. Departure from Hotel
2nd. Customs procedures. (if the passenger is hosted in Brazil)
3th. Visit to Santa Ana, Loreto and San Ignacio Ruins, with stop to optional snack or lunch.
4rd. Stop at plantations of yerba mate and green tea.
5th. Return to the hotel.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 8 hours
Comfortable car, up to four passengers, clean, safe, air conditioned and covered with international insurance.
Larger vehicles are also available upon request.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
300 Pesos - Entrance fee for the ruins.
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We wanted to view the old Jesuit missions of Argentina. San Ignacio ruins were very interesting. It is a bit of a drive there from Iguazu, so you must be motivated to see them. We elected not to continue to some of the others (the heat got to us!). The Wanda Mines are interesting, learning about the mining of amethysts. Not sure I'd make a trip just for it, but it was a nice stopover enroute to San Ignacio ruins. Our guide, Marcelo, was very accommodating and flexible--highly recommend him!