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Came here as part of a city tour . Not much to do or look at . The Aripuca is impressive , but only really for wood lovers . The shops were over priced. Good place if your rich , mature and inspired by wooden...More
We were looking for things to do in addition to the falls and found this. It's a nice place but completely overpriced for what it is (130 persos or so). The only thing you can do inside is spend even more money to have an...More
A short attraction that is pretty much all about wood. The arioica is a small wooden trap used by the Guarani natives to entrap animals without killing them. The park features a bigger size representation made of huge logs of different local species
Walked here from the Grand Crucero Hotel, a great way to pass the time while awaiting my plane back to Buenos Aires. The local roads don’t have sidewalks, but it’s safe and a good way to sample the local lifestyle.
La Aripuca is on a...More
A smallish site on the edge of town - best to taxi from town centre. Interesting collection of buildings containing touristy gifts at reasonable prices. Worth a visit but an hour or so does it. 110 pesos entrance fee includes a 5 min introduction to...More
The place is amazing.. This is a location were they stress the importance of preserving the environment and using the resources
The sheer size of the structure and the wood furniture made from fallen trees is amazing.
There is lots to look at and shopping......More
it is a place where you learn about the culture in the Province of Misiones, you also will hear lots of wonderful stories of the guarani tribes and a real lesson about every specie of giant trees of the local ecosystem. The place belongs to...More