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140 kilometers from Posadas , we find this reserve next to the town of Aristóbulo del Valle . It is a space that has 13,227 hectares and offers direct contact with our nature. It houses various species of trees and a varied fauna, notable for the birds that inhabit it. It is one of the best kept jewels in the missionary land . On a rocky wall, we can observe the magical waterfall that gives it its name. It has a waterfall of 64 meters high and is detached from the Cuñá Pirú stream. If we want to access it, we just have to walk through a 375 steps staircase that gives us closeness and auditory richness.
The place is part of the Important Areas for Bird Conservation (AICAS) in the province. Its vegetation is home to 214 species, such as the yacutinga and the widow eagle. It also has records of 36 species of mammals, including the yaguareté. The park is monitored and controlled permanently by park rangers from the Ministry of Ecology.
Between the corners of its jungle , you can see communities of white guatambú, cedar, lapacho and cane fistola. At the same time, the presence of lizards, squirrels and butterflies are part of the permanent landscape. Through some short and other long trails, it is possible to complete the route that leads to four jumps in addition to the enchanted one.
For our convenience, the reservation offers extensive services. In this regard, we will have at our fingertips a maxi kiosk where you can recharge water, first aid items and gleaming sanitary ware. Also, it has installed a sales post of local handicrafts and a restaurant which typical dishes and an enviable view. And if any doubt arises, the tourist information service is constantly available and its staff work with great dedication.
Publication Date: 06/08/2020
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