WETLANDS & WATERFALLS

MULTI-ADVENTURE, CONSERVATION AND CULTURAL EXPERIENCE
IGUAZU & IBERA, NORTHEAST ARGENTINA

A trip for nature lovers that want to experience a rich land with a strong local culture. Start in the Iguazu falls, with active exploration of the jungle, on a bike, on foot and from water.

Visit yerba mate producers and learn about these leaves that are an important part of the Guarani history and the colonial times Jesuit Ruins.

Lode on the edge of the Ibera Wetlands and for two days explore this area on foot, by boat and on a horse. A wonder for ´photographers and nature lovers.

Hand-picked lodges based on our clients’ style. Transfer in between both destinations by small private plane or by land.

Meet people that are changing the land and are working with tourism as a tool to rewild an area that was only used for agriculture and cattle, and is finding balance.

Everything is taken care of, everything is included. Active mornings, relaxed middays, evening sunsets and cooking in true Argentine style.

HIGHLIGHTS

Bike in a subtropical jungle.

Discover wetland wildlife.

Gaucho style horseback riding.

Yerba mate learning and cultural experience.

Iguazu: The largest waterfall in the world.

Itinerary

Day 1

IGUAZU Welcome to the jungle. After check-in in your lodge, meet your guide and learn about the next days while enjoying a short bike ride.

Day 2

ROUTE 101 IGUAZU NATIONAL PARK Morning biking on a red soil road through the subtropical forest. After a morning of discovery spend the afternoon discovering the falls.

Day 3

MATE AND TRADITIONS A day of adventure, kayak in the jungle, learn about yerba mate.

Day 4

JESUIT MISSIONS Morning drive to the San Ignacio Ruins, go back in time and learn about South American history. Continue to your next lodge.

Day 5

IBERÁ WETLANDS A morning to explore on horseback and small boat the natural bounty and wildlife of Ibera: capibaras, deer, yacare and birds.

Day 6

GAUCHO TRADITIONS Ibera is a land of cattle and the gaucho lifestyle is strong. Ride with gauchos and go further into the wetlands.

Day 7

CONSERVATION Learn about the wildlife rewilding project that has changed this land bringing wildlife back and restoring this fragile ecosystem.

Day 8

DEPARTURE Drive to the city of Posadas or Corrientes depending on the best option to connect with your next destination, and the location of your chosen lodge at Ibera.

LETS TALK!

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