Comunidad Guarani Yriapu - Comunidad Indigena Iriapu, Puerto Iguazu

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Meet the Yriapu people at Comunidad Guarani Yriapu - Comunidad Indigena Iriapu and experience their day to day lifestyle. Learn about the history of the indigenous community and see how they've adapted to living in modern day Argentina. Take a guided tour of the village to see the houses they live in, or learn about the plants they use for cooking and medicine. While in the jungle village you can try some of their local food, hear their traditional music, or support them by buying handmade arts and crafts. See Comunidad Guarani Yriapu - Comunidad Indigena Iriapu and all Puerto Iguazu has to offer by arranging your trip with our Puerto Iguazu family vacation planner.
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  • Very nice experience... very good Indian, very didactic guide, and not taught much about his hunting traps (because the is a Hunter of the tribe) and about their habits and customs, religion and some phrases in guarani language
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  • The community is within the reserve where the hotel is. They charged US $120 per adult person and assigned us a Community Guide. Very friendly, she told us the history, ways of life, he answered the questions, allowed us to take pictures. People seeking stay and get to know their culture, the true owners of the land.
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  • It is amazing how they live in this place. They are around 400 people and study and work within the community. The tour is guided by one of the inhabitants but is not tourist guide, do not speak unless you ask. It is not worth what they charge beyond. Assumes that you get $120 but in the Tourism Office had told us that was $60, so we arrange and pay that. The journey is short. This go good to know but without paying more than $60, since it is not worth it.
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