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Located in El Soberbio, Ecolodge Yateí has a bar, shared lounge, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Visiting the Moconá falls was a memorable trip mostly because we were lucky enough to find Ecolodge Yateí. Martin answered all my questions via WhatsApp immediately and was very clear. We came by bus to El Soberbio and even though our bus was delayed Martin was nice enough to pick us up from town late at night. His property is beautiful, the rooms are rustic, spacious and very clean with new mattresses. There are screens on the sliding doors and windows to keep bugs out, even though there aren't any mosquitos where he is. Martin is an excellent cook and impressed us with his delicious home-made dinners. Breakfasts were filling and tasty with coffee and tea, fuit, sweet bread and eggs. Martin offered to drive us to see the Moconá falls and showed us other hidden gems of the area like stunning waterfalls just off the side of the road, stopped to point out beautiful views and later took us to a local friend's property which had some more waterfalls among farmland. Everything was exceptional and we recommend staying at Ecolodge Yatei for anyone interested exploring the Moconá Falls and Yabotí Biosphere Reserve. We definitely will stay at Ecolodge Yateí next time we visit. Check their Instagram @ecolodgeyatei for even more beautiful photos of the property.
Located in El Soberbio in the Misiones region, Yasí Yateré Reserva Agroecológica features a patio and garden views. This farm stay provides free private parking, a shared kitchen and free WiFi. It is a family run reserva and the cabin was spotless and super comfortable. We enjoyed the quite, the contact with nature and making friends with the owner and their kids. Breakfast was great, as well the personable attention of the host. The reserva is close to the main road so you don't need a 4x4 to get there. Not the same for others cabins of the area that might have muddy roads deep in the Selva.
the trip to Saltos de Mocona was awesome. then we had two kayak experiences, which were very good also. Some trekking in the jungle...wonderful if you love Nature, uncontaminated surroundings, and out door activities. Best time either spring or fall. Few tourists, you could walk in the jungle by yourself and eat a picnic by a waterfall and never see anybody.