The aripuca is a symbol of ancient guaraní tribes used to haunt birds. The concept in here is the gigantic structure made with really big and old trees from the rainforest that were cut down, deforest, to use land for other activities. Now there is only left a 7% of the original rainforest. It was impactant. Otto, the owner of... 更多
I discovered this place while walking and it was a lovely place to look around and take a break. I found the crafts to be affordable and unique. The main attraction is a gigantic building made from large tree parts - really unusual place to visit.
The entrance fee (50 pesos) includes the entrance and a 5 minutes guided tour explanation of what this small park is. Then, it is just a place to take pictures of the different trees that used to inhabit the area and to do some shopping. Only worth if you have 1 hour remaining in your schedule and don't have any... 更多
Our visit to Aripuca was a part of a packaged city tour following our day at Iguazu. We had no idea what to expect and were pleasantly surprised. After a short orientation to the site by the bilingual guide who explained the purpose of Aripuca and its role in informing visitors of the importance of preserving and sustaining the forest,... 更多
A great experience seeing all the ancient trees. A very interesting English speaking guide gave us a short overview and... 更多
Fascinating facility - the guide first explains how the natives trapped small animals then shows you this giant replica of... 更多
The tour offers a look at the traditional culture of the indigenous people of Iguazu, but their contemporary culture is... 更多
While the idea or even ´mission´ behind La Aripuca is a good one, and I must express at this point... 更多