- Venture deep into the marshlands and track wildlife
- Boat navigation around the lakes
- Horeback riding excursion
- Guaranteed to see a variety of animals
One of the lesser-known natural wonders of Argentina - Esteros del Ibera - is nestled in the northern province of Corrientes. The marshlands are often seen to be as a viable midpoint for travelers moving between Buenos Aires and Iguazu Falls, but this fascinating, largely untouched region holds it own against the country’s biggest tourist hotspots.
Navigate your way through bush land and forest, swamps, lagoons and bogs as you explore the world’s second largest collection of wetlands and seek out the unique wildlife that resides here.
Expect to see hundreds of species of animals from caimans and alligators sunbathing on the side of lakes, to deer, carpinchos, rare species of monkey and all kinds of birdlife. With so many different varieties of wildlife, this is a haven for photographers and wildlife lovers alike.
Adventuring through the wetlands by boat, on foot and horseback, you’ll be taken by the extraordinary natural scenes on offer. A unique and exhilarating experience that further showcases Argentina’s amazing natural diversity.