In the Iberá reserve, nature takes over the senses. The new low impact processes raise awareness about the conservation of flora and fauna.Bird watchingPhoto safarisContemplative Tourism
Its famous rivers, wetlands and jaguars, the effort made by its people and its musical tradition make Corrientes one of the most singular provinces in Argentina.
Lying on the banks of the Uruguay River and boasting the Carnival spirit of Corrientes, Paso de los Libres is a beautiful city to tour around. Whether on the way from Buenos Aires to the Iguazú Falls or back from them, it is totally worth a day trip.Contemplative Tourism
The Iberá Wetlands are a paradise for birdwatching. Above, at mid height, below and even inside the marshlands, there are birds of all species. Infinite birds, we might say.Bird watchingPhoto safaris
Mercedes is very near the Iberá Weltlands. With quiet streets, old houses and lovely gardens, this town is a viewpoint from where you may capture the spirit of the wetlands, its sacred fire.Contemplative Tourism
The Iberá Wetlands are the entrance to the Guaraní Aquifer, the world’s largest water reserve for the next few centuries. A treasure worth more than what one might think.Contemplative Tourism