ECOTOURISM

Amazonian Immersion

Amazonian Immersion

Once we got out of the narrow canal, the rowboat got deep into the Sandoval Lake waters. After a long time, we noticed a silhouette that followed us closely… in just a few minutes a black caiman of almost three meters long came up close. The guide assured us that although it comes near the boats, it isn’t considered dangerous. His statement didn’t calm me down… 

Iguazu: Paradise on Earth

Iguazu: Paradise on Earth

The Iguaçu River, which means “big water”, is responsible for the union between Brazil and Argentina. Then, the Paraná River, which according to the Indians in the “Father of the Sea”, is in charge of adding Paraguay in this meeting point. The triple frontier of Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay, bathed by the Iguaçu and Paraná Rivers, is one of the few places in the world where different cultures, languages, and ethnic group live in harmony.