Accommodations, tourist services, tours in Misiones


Yacht Turism & Events



From the comfort of a slow-moving catamaran, both during the day or at night visitors can enjoy the wonders of the Paraná River—the second in length only to the Amazon River among South American rivers and the natural border between Paraguay and Argentina—and discover the beauties of Posadas City from a unique perspective. Cruises during the day (early afternoon) include lunch and are illustrated with stories and anecdotes of the region. At night, cruises include dinner and finish with music and lights in charge of a DJ.


The catamaran sets sail from the private dock of Misión Paraná (Prefectura Puente Internacional / El Brete). On the way, visitors can see the Costanera of Posadas, Bahia del Brete, the Andrés Guacurarí Monument, the Fishermen’s Dock, the Old Station, the Roque González de Santa Cruz International Bridge, the Paraguayan city of Encarnación with all its new attractions, and much more.


Two and a half to three hours during day cruises; three hours during night cruises.

Days Available

  • Sunday, September 30 from 12:30 to 15.30; includes lunch.
  • Wednesday, October 3 from 21.30 to 0.30; includes dinner.
  • Thursday, October 4 from 21.30 a 0.30; includes dinner.
  • Sunday, October 7 from 12:30 to 15.30; includes lunch.
NOTE: on September 28 and 29, and October 6 the cruises are reserved for private events.

Boat capacity

115 people


$ 841,50. To get the preferential rate, please mention Code IU1820 and that you are a Conference Participant.


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By phone/Whatsapp: +5493764334001


A farm that invites visitors to enjoy a day at the Esteros del Iberá (Iberá Wetlands, from Guaraní ý berá: “bright water”). Options include excursions, bird watching, hiking and lots of nature.


Mate, tea or coffee and tortas fritas.

Morning activity

A walk through a trail in the native forest accompanied by local experts. This amazing trail gives visitors a glimpse of the indigenous flora, their uses and traditional conservation practices. This is also a great place for bird watching. Along the way, it is usual to see howler monkeys, ñandúes, foxes and red brocket deers. The trail ends at the Pozo Jesuítico (Jesuitic Well), where visitors can learn about the history of the place.

Difficulty: medium.

Duration: 30 minutes to one hour (depending on the group).


(dessert and beverages not included)
Appetizer: two fried meat empanadas.
Main dish: menu of the day.

  • Other alternatives upon request.
  • Vegetarian and celiac options.
*food is homemade and prepared right in front of the guests in an open, firewood kitchen.
*salt and dressings are added based on visitor´s tastes.

After lunch

Free time to wonder around the park, walk in the forest or enjoy the view of the esteros while relaxing in a Paraguayan hammock.

Afternoon activity

An exclusive nautical excursion to the most important fresh water reservoir in Argentina and the second-largest wetland in the world after Pantanal in Brazil. Expert, local guides help visitors discover the rich flora and fauna that distinguishes this environment. A highlight on this excursion is the Experiencia Embalsado (Rafting Experience) on a vegetation raft; this part of the excursion is optional to those who seek a more adventurous approach. Difficulty: medium-hard. Duration: approximately 2 hours.


Mate, tea or coffee and tortas fritas or pasta frola.

What´s included

Guides, rafting and security equipment, life vests, extra hats, umbrellas, walking sticks.


Bring a hat, comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen and insect repellent.

Grocery and gift shop

Cold beverages, snacks, local souvenirs and much more.


Full day.


10 people minimum, USD 105 per person (includes all activities and transport from and to Posadas). For smaller groups, please contact us.

To get the preferential rate, please do not forget to mention Code IU1820 and that you are a Conference Participant.


By mail:

Disclaimer: The touristic services offered are the sole responsibility of the tourist operator/contractor. The conference organizers are not liable for any of the services provided by the tourist operator/contractor, and cannot be held responsible for the failure of contractors to perform their duties. Contracts and conditions of the post-conference tourist options are the sole responsibility between the tourist operator and the participant.