Friday, November 15, 2019
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Main attractions

The Province of Misiones invites you to experience the powerful energy of the jungle, which offers incomparable tourism infrastructure operating under the most stringent quality standards of major international destinations.

Featuring a multi-faceted tourism, the alternatives range from eco-tourism, adventure tourism, rural tourism, cultural, historic and distinctive lodging in jungle lodges, to specialty products such as spa and conference tourism.

Misiones has four world-class attractions Iguazú Falls, Ruins of San Ignacio, Moconá Falls, and Theme Park of Santa Ana, capable of distributing tourism throughout the length and breadth of the province, increasing the stay and alternatives activities for visitors.

The Iguazú Falls are located in the Province of Misiones, in the Iguazú National Park, Argentina, and in the Iguaçu National Park in the State of Parana, Brazil; These falls are made of 275 jumps up to 80 m high, fed by Iguazú river flow.


Moconá Falls are located 337 km from the city of Posadas and 322 kilometers from Iguazú. It is one of the great landscapes of the Province of Misiones, a geological fault where the rivers Yabotí, Pepirí Guazú, Uruguay, Serapio and Calixto meet.



San Ignacio Ruins prominently for tourism in the province of Misiones.

They are part of the legacy of the great empire built by the Jesuits and the Guaraní people of 15 populations of the provinces of Misiones and Corrientes. Of a total of 30 villages founded by the Jesuits during the seventeenth century in the jungles of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.


Santa Ana Theme Park is located 42 km from Posadas covers 57 acres and a half  in the Santa Ana hill, located at 373 meters above sea level. The cross with a height of 82 meters, is an architectural complex with viewpoints from different angles, with stairs leading to the balcony facing the four cardinal points.