What is it?
An environmental protection unit created and maintained by Itaipu on the Paraguayan side that is open to visitors.
What is there to do?
Walk around the 2,245 hectares of natural woods, waterfalls like Salto Kañinmy and crystal-clear water springs. Interpretive trails lead Tatí Yupí Sanctuary visitors to that ecosystem made up of a wealth of animals and a variety of plants. Trails may be explored by bicycle, buggies or on horseback. There are guides to assist tourists, who will find a complete infrastructure with camping areas, lodgings for groups, potable water, electricity, bathrooms, sports courts, and an infirmary.
Tuesdays to Saturdays from 8am to 12pm and from 2pm to 4:30pm; Sundays from 8am to 12pm; Mondays from 2:30pm to 4:30pm.
Where?Road connecting Ciudad del Este to Saltos del Guairá, 3 km north of Hernandarias (Paraguay).