Posada Uguay

Once at the lodge, the shade of a huge Rosewood tree (Tipuana tipu) welcomes all visitors and dresses the landscape with its elegant branches. The lodge, a small, welcoming building, perfectly matches its surroundings, and offers several cool spots where to enjoy a mateada, a gathering around the sharing of the local beverage known as mate, in the late afternoon.

The lodge is cared for by a local married couple with years of experience assisting our guests at our Lodge Rincón del Socorro. The team is completed by our nature guides, all of who come from nearby cities or from different corners of Argentina. The house counts with four rooms equipped with a private bathroom, three of which possess an independent exit that leads to the house’s exterior. Each room is named after the local fauna’s Guaraní name.

Guazuti (deer):

Standard quadruple room, it is set up with four individual beds. The beds can be organized as double beds or twin.

Aguara (fox):

Standard triple room, it is set up with three individual beds. The beds can be organized as a one double bed and a twin, or three twin beds.

Teyú (lizard):

Double bed. Located inside the house, with direct access to the living room.

Teyuyú (stork):

Standard double. The room is set up with two twin beds that can be organized as one double bed or two twins.

Each room is fully equipped with a personal washroom w/ shower. The rooms do not have a bathtub.
Lodge’s maximum capacity: 11 people.
The common areas include a living room with fireplace, a spot to make a fire in order to roast the meat cuts on a stake (“asado a la estaca”), a barbecue area (“quincho”), and an ample veranda with resting areas.

Services and amenities

  • Wifi (signal may be intermittent at times)
  • Electricity: 220 V network (power may be intermittent at times, although we count with a private generator)
  • Ceiling fans
  • Books and board games