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Nestled deep in the jungle of Misiones, in Argentina’s northeastern corner – the country’s most biodiverse province – lies an oasis of calm, of unparalleled luxury, a place where the superlative Iguazú Falls are not the centerpiece but more of

Argentina’s Transport Minister, Guillermo Dietrich, received a lot of backlash from a comment three months ago, conveying that “in Iguazú [tourists] go there due to the rise of the dollar”. With the economical vulnerability in Argentina and the IMF …

Ah, the segunda quincena: the other half of January in which the tables turn and those who suffered in the office for the first two weeks go on holiday and vice versa. Or, if you’re sticking it out at …

Since Monday, La Garganta del Diablo – or “Devil’s Gorge” if you will – one of Iguazu Falls’ most popular attractions, has been closed off due to an insanely unusual high water level. Now, you probably know that this happens …