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Offering a restaurant and an outdoor swimming pool, Mocona Virgin Lodge by DON is located in Saltos del Moconá, within a natural reserve. Free WiFi access is available in this lodge. It is the best and only place to visit the Moconá Falls. The site is set in the midst the forest in a highly protected nature reserve on the margins of the spectacularly unspoilt Yabotí Guazú river. The outdoor activities included in the rate --canoping across the forest and over the spectacular Horacio stream waterfall, kayaking and tubbing in the Yabotí, etc-- are amazing, as is the infinite pool cantilevering into the forest.
Located inside Chacra del Agua Natural reserve, Chacra del Agua offers bungalows with private terraces overlooking the rainforest. The property is surrounded by a forest and features an outdoor pool. This property was a wonderful discovery. Mariana and Sebastian, who own and run the nature reserve, are fantastic hosts and made us feel at home. We explored the surrounding jungle, did kayaking on one of the tributaries of Rio Uruguay (guided by Sebastian), literally watched as hundreds of caterpillars morphed into butterflies and, of course, visited the nearby Saltos de Mocona. We are still astounded that Saltos de Mocona is not a better known site, even by Argentinians. It is one of a kind, read about it in Google. At Chacra del Agua we had all our breakfast and dinners prepared by our hosts. I cannot talk enough about the culinary experience, it was great. My family and I give Chacra all the stars and amply recommend it.
Surrounded by a privileged natural scenario, Mocona has bungalows and rooms with shared or private bathrooms. A continental breakfast is included and there is free Wi-Fi in public areas. Mocona is a few bus trips to get to but well worth it and the falls were very cool. The area is subtropical and beautiful. It was nice being surrounded by the property's citrus and banana trees and the food was really good. The owners were kindness itself - as in most places in Argentina, I'd recommend being able to speak at least a bit of Spanish before going :) The resident cat was adorable!