Overview: The Iberá marshes is one of the largest moist areas in the world. The Natural Iberá Reserve covers 14% of the Province of Corrientes with a surface aerea of1.300.000 hectares. It is one of the most important drinking water reserves in the continent and it is the largest protected area in Argentina. It shelters the four animal species called the Province´s natural monuments, that is: the river wolf, the “aguará guazú”, the pampas deer and the marsh deer. Its ornithological wealth includes 350 different bird species.
Aguapé Lodge is on the shore of the Iberá Lagoon and its strategic location allows close interaction with the nature of the area.
… at a glance
Day 1 • Short trekking in the forest. Lagoon and marshes.
Day 2 • Wild fauna and canoeing.
Day 3 • Transfer to the airport.