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    Ibera Marshlands


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Aguapé Lodge I
 

Aguapé Lodge has a corresponding architectural design to a classic provincial style. Located on the shores of Laguna Ibera and in the centre of the Natural Reserve of Ibera (the largest protected area in Argentina), will let you appreciate a panoramic view of the marshes and the lagoon. An ideal place to enjoy nature.

Aguapé Lodge I
 

Aguapé Lodge has a corresponding architectural design to a classic provincial style. Located on the shores of Laguna Ibera and in the centre of the Natural Reserve of Ibera (the largest protected area in Argentina), will let you appreciate a panoramic view of the marshes and the lagoon. An ideal place to enjoy nature.

Aguapé Lodge II
 

Since 1996, Aguapé Lodge is a pioneer in the region, with an architectonic design that corresponds to an ancient ranch from Corrientes. As it is located on the shores of the Iberá Lagoon and in the centre of the largest protected area of Argentina (the Iberá Natural Reserve), it offers a fantastic panoramic view of the marshes and the lagoon. Fantastic place to enjoy nature.

Aguapé Lodge II
 

Since 1996, Aguapé Lodge is a pioneer in the region, with an architectonic design that corresponds to an ancient ranch from Corrientes. As it is located on the shores of the Iberá Lagoon and in the centre of the largest protected area of Argentina (the Iberá Natural Reserve), it offers a fantastic panoramic view of the marshes and the lagoon. Fantastic place to enjoy nature.

Puerto Valle I
 

Founded in 1868, Puerto Valle is a boutique hotel with luxury service, located in a region that, having exclusive access to the Esteros del Iberá in Laguna Valley, allows you to navigate the channels that enter the Paranaense jungle, with an excellent Ecosystem for the birdwatching and carayá monkeys. A unique experience.

Puerto Valle I
 

Founded in 1868, Puerto Valle is a boutique hotel with luxury service, located in a region that, having exclusive access to the Esteros del Iberá in Laguna Valley, allows you to navigate the channels that enter the Paranaense jungle, with an excellent Ecosystem for the birdwatching and carayá monkeys. A unique experience.

Puerto Valle II
 

The Hotel Puerto Valle offers amenities, programs and different activities for an unforgettable stay. Founded in 1868, the estancia has exclusive access to the Ibera Marshlands in Laguna Valle and a breeding program for alligators to restore their population in the wild. Offering excellent gastronomy, it is a boutique hotel with luxury service.

Puerto Valle II
 

The Hotel Puerto Valle offers amenities, programs and different activities for an unforgettable stay. Founded in 1868, the estancia has exclusive access to the Ibera Marshlands in Laguna Valle and a breeding program for alligators to restore their population in the wild. Offering excellent gastronomy, it is a boutique hotel with luxury service.

Birdwatching
 

The Natural Iberá Reserve is one of the most important freshwater reserves in our continent. Puerto Valle is located in the northeastern extreme of this reserve, where birdwatching is possible, due to its privileged location. An ideal place to enjoy nature in its purest state and lean about the indigenous fauna.

Birdwatching
 

The Natural Iberá Reserve is one of the most important freshwater reserves in our continent. Puerto Valle is located in the northeastern extreme of this reserve, where birdwatching is possible, due to its privileged location. An ideal place to enjoy nature in its purest state and lean about the indigenous fauna.


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The Ibera Marshlands are an enormous wetland of approximately 15 to 20 square km –it is the second largest after the wetlands in Brazil- the Iberá Marshlands are located in the province of Corrientes. The ecosystem in this region is subtropical and tropical; it is formed by marshes, streams and lagoons, with a great variety of local fauna.

Many of these species are endangered and at risk of extinction, that is why this is one of the last remaining habitats. Among these threatened species we can mention the Marsh Deer, the Pampas Deer, the capybara, the aguara-guazu (manned wolf), the broad-snouted caiman, the yacare caiman, the South American otter and birds such as the guira cuckoo. The flora is also varied and has many species such as the water hyacinth and the water-poppy which form enormous floating islands.

Since 1983 an area of approximately 13,000 square km has been declared Provincial Nature Reserve. The Ibera Marshlands are a wetland of international importance.


Climate

Although the region is subtropical, the climate in the Ibera Marshlands is tropical due to the high humidity in the atmosphere. The maximum temperature in summer can be over 50°C and the minimum in winter could reach 5°C. The heavy rains are usual during autumn and spring.


When to travel?

We suggest avoiding the summer months due to the high temperatures. Autumn and spring are seasons with milder temperatures but with more rainfall. During the high season in winter it is ideal for watching caimans and some migratory birds which fly from the south escaping from the harsh weather.


How long?

We recommend staying 2 or 3 nights, to take advantage and enjoy the beauty of the place and the great diversity of local flora and fauna.


Unmissable attractions

Guided visit to the Nature Reserve, strolls around the marshlands and horse riding.

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