About Iguassu Resort (Wish Resort) Foz do Iguacu
Well-positioned in Foz Do Iguacu, Iguassu Resort is 3 miles from the national park, 15-minute drive away to Foz do Iguaçu Airport and close to Acquamania, Bottega Churrascaria Show, and Tancredo Neves Bridge. Additional area attractions include Bird Park and Adrena Kart. The 5-star Iguassu Resort provides easy access to Iguaçu Falls.
Featuring an outdoor pool, a heated Jacuzzi, kids club, garden, a health club and a golf course. Wi-Fi is available free of charge. Iguassu Resort is your one-stop destination for quality hotel accommodations in Foz Do Iguacu.
Hotel's facilities: 24hr room service, coffee shop, bar/pub, meeting facilities, free parking.
Rooms at Resort Iguassu are elegantly styled with parquet floors, classic wood furniture and soft décor, feature balconies with lake, pool, or garden views. Guests can choose from 190 rooms with air conditioning, a cable/satellite channels TV, a refrigerator, a minibar, hair dryer, complimentary toiletries and safes. Guests can use the in-room complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access. Bathrooms offer showers with handheld showerheads, and rainfall showerheads. Room service is available 24 hours a day.
A guide desk is able to assist guests with various Iguaçu Falls tour options. Guests can also hike through the National Park or relax back at the hotel and indulge in a hot tub and a massage.
A buffet breakfast offers a variety of fresh fruits, breads and sweets.
Guests can also sample some of the many local and international specialties from the restaurant.
At Iguassu Resort, the excellent service and superior facilities make for an unforgettable stay.
About Iguassu National Park
The Iguassu National Park was established in 1934. It represents an immense area of subtropical forest with magnificent waterfalls located north of the Misiones province. It has great natural importance and ecological wealth. It is considered a World Heritage by UNESCO since 1984.
Its immense fauna is composed by more than 90 species, some of which are in danger, such as the Undi jaguar, the anteater, the ocelot and the Overo alligator. The park was created to preserve an important ecosystem and promote scientific studies on the abundant fauna and flora available.
The water force is known as Iguassu, which in the Tupi-Guarani language means “big water”. Every year, it attracts thousands of tourists who are delighted by the power of the 10 main waterfalls that lie along then magnificent Iguassu River, mainly found on Argentina.
The park is very well structured and offers comfort, shopping and food for tourists. Tourists will be even more fascinated finding coatis, toucans and beautiful butterflies along the trail and surrounded by the misty air and the sound of the running water.
There are numerous ways of visiting the exuberant waterfalls on the Argentinean side. The tourist will have the opportunity, at the Visitors Center, to take a train that leads them to the greatest site, the powerful Devil’s Throat. It is about 80 meters tall and can leave anyone astound, in complete silence, contemplating the beauty and power of Mother Nature.