Politically, this Corridor includes the Provinces of Misiones, Corrientes, Entre Ríos and part of the plains in Chaco, Formosa and Santa Fe.
Three great rivers embrace this area: the Iguazú, the Paraná and the Uruguay. Zone of red soils and untouched forests, the littoral area in the Republic of Argentina hides sceneries of exuberant beauty, such as the Iguazú Falls, the Moconá Falls, the Colón Palm-tree Forests and the Iberá Marshlands.
The San Ignacio ruins, the Roque Sáenz Peña hot spring baths, the National Monument to the Flag and the numerous bathing resorts are some of the attractions that invite visitors to discover the area. Visitors may enjoy agrotourism and see the yerba mate, cotton and citrus fruit plantations, surrounded by the bountiful wild vegetation of subtropical rain-forests. Sport fishing trips in the plentiful rivers is one of the most characteristic and fascinating activities of the area.
With a significant tourist infrastructure, cities like Rosario, Santa Fe, Paraná, Corrientes and Posadas mingle landscape beauty with historical, architectural and cultural circuits, providing the possibility of multiple activities both for the day and the evening.
In February, the Gualeguaychú Carnival and the other carnivals in Entre Ríos and make tourists feel the Brazilian influence through the music, the colors and the rhythm of the dancing bodies.
They are one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World, the most visited place in Misiones Province and one of the most imposing natural attractions in Argentina and the World.
A Natural World Heritage Site (UNESCO), the falls are situated in the Iguazú National Park, some 20 km from Puerto Iguazú, and feature an 80 m canyon in The Devil's Throat, its most impressive fall.
These thermal waters sprang up to the surface in the shape of freshwater, saline water or even seawater.
All the hot springs in the Province of Entre Ríos are impeccable and they are trying to add more and more services and details every year in order to summon tourists from all over the country to come along and relax, rest and especially enjoy that vital liquid, so necessary for life: water.
Each summer, thousands of enthusiasts enjoy the brightness, the joy, the thrill and the rhythm of the comparsas parading before them at the carnival runway in Gualeguaychú.
On Saturday nights, the city will dress up to present one of the most expected shows in the area: the Carnival of the Country, one of the most important carnival parades on earth, along with the carnivals of Rio de Janeiro and Venice.