This one-of-a-kind destination combines the best of theme parks, nature reserves and traditional mountain villages to create a 200-hectare adventure zone perfect for extreme adventurers and fun families. Travelers can explore the trails on a self-guided tour of the Penon del Aguila nature reserve, catch a colorful traditional dance performance, zip line through the jungle, navigate a high ropes course or horseback ride through the countryside of Argentina on a visit to Penon del Aguila.
While the park offers an exhaustive menu of organized activities, travelers can also enjoy a relaxing day here without planning in advance. Picnic areas, waterfalls, hiking trails and swing bridges offer plenty of opportunities for outdoor fun that don’t require an endless supply of adrenaline.
The park is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. until 10:45 p.m. Tours book up quickly so it’s best to plan activities in advance. Those in the know say to arrive early to avoid crowds, since Penon del Aguila is often packed with people by mid-day.