Situated in Los Esteros de Iberá, a small pantanal which holds more than 350 bird species and 60 mammal species. This is the largest reserve in Argentina. The prices are a bit steep for thisarea but the location is unbeatable. They offer.
Situated in the hear of Los Esteros de Iberá, the largest reserve in Argentina, where more than 350 bird species and 60 mammal species have been recorded.
This pension/ hotel has a typical daily menu, the meals featuring seasonal produce. The food is basic but not bad at all. The prices are a little high and the price/ quality ratio is not the best. There are other accommodation options in the area, all offering more or less the same.
This establishment has its own guides who offer a wealth of activities and possibilities for those keen to explore the lagoons. There are night drives, horseback treks, looking for fauna in woods and lagoons, boat trips to lagoons in the interior and they can also put you in touch with specialised guides who can help you observe some of the many sought-after species found in the area.
The marshland is famed for being home to the very scarce Strange-tailed Tyrant Alectrurus risora (in Spanish, Yetapá de collar). In summer, Black Skimmer are abundant here.
It is well worth stopping here for at least five days. Two boat trips are essential, and doing the trails that lead out from the biologogical station could take you a day. There are many less beaten tracks to explore along the way, and a couple of night excursions are recommended to try to see Maned Wolf.