The house’s style stands out in its uniqueness due to its elegant simplicity. The lodgings perfectly match their surroundings not only because they are fully lined with wood, but also because of its eco-friendly ways when it comes to its use of energy and residue handling. All rooms have been decorated taking into account even the most minute details, and visitors are able to recognize Douglas Tompkins’ unmistakable style everywhere. The ample veranda receives the shade of the pink lapachos and the Pacara Earpod Trees, and so it ensures that the house remains cool even during the hottest summer days. From this privileged spot, one is able to look through the foliage and spot the edges of the Paraná Lagoon. The house is surrounded by a large garden where native trees, commonly visited by monkeys, abound. Around the house, foxes, collared peccaries, and pampas deer can be seen grazing near the landing strip.
- Jaguar (Yaguareté): ample room with large double bed and en suite washroom.
- Giant otter (Lobo Gargantilla): Apartment with two bedrooms and one washroom. One of the rooms is equipped with a large double bed, while the other one contains two twin beds.
- Anteater: Apartment with two bedrooms and one washroom. One of the rooms is equipped with a large double bed, while the other one contains two twin beds.