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Itinerary at a Glance
  • Day 1


  • Day 2


  • Day 3 and 4

    IBERA WETLANDS (Esteros del Ibera)

  • Day 5


  • Day 6


  • Day 7


  • Day 8


  • Day 9


  • Day 10





Met and assisted by our Representative at the included airports upon arrival and departure

All transfers included in the itinerary in the informed vehicles.

Accommodation for 2 nights in Buenos Aires with breakfast

Accommodation for 3 nights in Puerto Valle Lodge with breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accommodation for 1 night in El Soberbio with breakfast

Accommodation for 3 nights in Puerto Iguazu with breakfast

All sightseeing tours included in the itinerary with guide.

Meals according to the itinerary

Tours (regular or private according to the itinerary)

Bilingual Guides in language to be agreed upon with the customers

Vehicle rental for days mentioned (to be quoted according to the amount of passengers)

Route map and assistance during your trip.




International and domestic flights (to be quoted according to travel date) + Airport taxes

National Park Entrance Fees  

Entry visa to the mentioned country

Optional excursions

Travel insurance


Any service other than those mentioned above, meals other than those mentioned above or any other personal items such as phone calls, laundry, drinks, Camera expenses or tips, Tips, etc.




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    Arrival to the city of Buenos Aires and private transfer to your hotel before exploring this wonderful and enchanting city at your own pace. Take a walk around the different neighbourhoods to really get a feel for the city.


    At night, try a typical Argentine dish in one of the many delicious restaurants that the city has to offer, or stroll through the leafy and picturesque neighbourhood of Palermo and Recoleta, one of the liveliest parts of Buenos Aires.  


    Overnight in Buenos Aires


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    At appropriate time, you will be transferred to the local airport, to take your flight your fight to Posadas, capital of Misiones.

    Upon you arrival, you will take your rental vehicle at the airport to start your magical adventure through the Argentinian Northeast. When you take your rental vehicle, you will go to Puerto Valle Lodge on Ibera Wetlands, where you will spend 3 nights enjoying an All Inclusive program. You will drive aproximately 55 km / 40 minutes (paved road) to arrive to the Lodge!


    Puerto Valle offers a range of leisure activities for adults and children, ensuring an unforgettable experience for all.

    Enjoying nature with the family is a privilege that guests will be able to experience in multiple ways: walking along the river banks, trying to discover the species that inhabit the area, or simply enjoying the natural landscape from the pier or the palapa—all of these are activities that can be shared by parents and children.


    Overnight in Puerto Valle Lodge


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    Day 3 and 4: IBERA WETLANDS (Esteros del Ibera)


    Today you continue discovering the magic of Ibera Wetlands choosing plenty of activities to do it.



    1) Cooking with the restaurant’s chef, who will teach children to prepare a traditional local dish with the organic garden’s produce.

    2) Visit to Yacaré Porá, the caiman farm where children can learn about the sustainable conservation project and the secrets of raising a caiman.

    3) Search for capybaras, the large rodents that dwell in the hotel park and can be found during sunset.

    4) Gathering flowers, fruits and leaves in the native forest to learn about local flora. Back in the hotel, a specialized guide will help children identify the species they have gathered.

    5) Howler monkey trail. A walk on a trail opened in the heart of the Paranaense forest, with the opportunity to watch howler monkeys up close.

    6) Horseback riding in the forest, and learning about responsible forestry management in compliance with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) standards.



    1) Laguna Valle Expedition (4/5 hours): An exclusive excursion on 4x4 vehicles across fields, plantations and marshes. There are plenty of opportunities to watch caiman, capybara, marsh deer and innumerable bird species on a stopover at the vantage point.

    2) National Park Photo Safari (4/5 hours): The adventure starts on 4x4 vehicles towards Cambyretá Portal, and continues with hikes to discover the typical fauna and flora of the northern Iberá: birds, capybara, marsh deer, caiman, fox, and armadillo.

    3) Parana River Boat Ride (2 hours): Departing from the hotel’s private pier, it is possible to navigate the Paraná River on motorboat, and tour the waterways that reach into the Paranaense Forest. The forest is home to more than fifty tree species, resulting in an ecosystem that is the ideal setting for a photo safari, and for watching with binoculars howler monkeys and the great variety of bird species.

    4) Kayac Adventure (1 hour/ 2 hours/3 hours): A voyage of the quiet river waters on the comfortable ‘sit-on-top’ kayaks is an attractive adventure for sports and nature lovers, embarking on the discovery of the Paranaense Forest waterways, their fauna and flora.

    5) Horseback Riding: Starting at the stalls in the estancia, the bilingual guides will lead the way on the trails along the riverbanks, crossing the eucalyptus plantations to enjoy the sounds and colors of the imposing landscapes of the Paraná River.


    Overnight in Puerto Valle Lodge


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    Next Adventure: Moconá Falls!  It is a one-of-a-kind geological fault where the rivers Yabotí, Pepirí Guazú, Uruguay, Serapio, and Calixto converge.


    Early in the morning, you will continue your adventure back to Posadas to go to Moconá Falls! The second most important waterfall in Misiones. You will not regret it. It worth it!


    To go back to Posadas, you will drive approximately 55 km / 40 minutes (paved road). Leaving Posadas to Moconá falls is 330 km driving distance. You will take National Route 12 and travel along it up to the City of Oberá. A total distance of 100 kilometers is covered in less than an hour and a half. This ride allows you to get deep into the thick rainforest of Misiones, where the soil gets redder and redder and the vegetation lusher and lusher.


    Thus, Oberá is reached -also through Provincial Route 103-, a beautiful city in Misiones that invites everyone to enter the northern mountain range heading for the Uruguay River.


    While in Oberá, travelers must take National Route 14, which goes across districts such as Campo Viera, Campo Grande and Aristóbulo del Valle. These cities are small but they perfectly represent the life and customs of this region.


    Following Route 14 and before getting to the District of San Vicente, there appears a provincial route towards the left. It has been assigned number 13 and leads to the City of El Soberbio. From this point onwards, the road becomes paradisiacal and definitely captures the eye of you due to its wide array of wildlife specimens, appreciated from the car. It is ideal to go on this tour during the day, as all kinds of ferns, ivy varieties, palm trees and typical trees of the Paraná rainforest may be observed in the daylight.


    In addition to the flora, fauna specimens such as coaties, peccaries, capybara and deer may be seen in the area. In the meantime, the air territory is dominated by families of toucans, parrots, parakeets and other larger birds such as buzzards.


    Small hills, crystal-clear creeks and inns located deep in the vastness of the rainforest welcomed us as we approached the City of El Soberbio. This rural area is ideal to spend the night and get to know the secrets of the Argentinian Capital of Essence, as this small city has come to be known. Ever since Provincial Route 2 was fixed, this has been the access to the far-famed Moconá Waterfalls.


    Just 75 kilometers separate this city (which borders on Brazil) from Saltos del Moconá Provincial Park. Perfect from all points of view, the layout of the route runs parallel to the Uruguay River, which narrows down as it approaches the natural reserve and boasts a panoramic point every ten kilometers, where you may stop to enjoy true postcards.


    The river, the waterfalls across it, the unshakeable ponds, the reddish roads or the immense green of the rainforest make up an eye-catching scene and offer the chance to get out of the car safely as many times as necessary not to miss any detail to both sides of the road.


    Thus, almost without noticing, the road announced we were reaching our destination. You just need to park their vehicle, pay for the ticket and head for the berth to get on the RIBs that will take them down to the famous falls, It is a memorable ride that will complete the adventure!


    During late afternoon, you will back to El Soberbio after a long day.  


    Overnight at El Soberbio.


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    Today you will leave back El soberbio to go to Puerto Iguazu, stopping in "San Ignacio Mini" Ruins.


    "San Ignacio Mini" is the best preserved among the Jesuit missions of the 16th and 17th centuries in Argentine territory. A central square is surrounded by the church, the Casa de los Padres (monastery), the cemetery, houses, and the cabildo (town hall). San Ignacio was built with large pieces of the native rock, red sandstone. The magnitude of the construction works has allowed most walls to stand the test of time. It's impressive!


    Departing from El Soberbio, you will drive 175km thought RP13 and RN14 (paved road) to arrive to "San Ignacio Mini". Once you end your visit on the ruins, you will continue the trip to Puerto Iguazu. From there, you will drive 245km thought RN12 (paved road).


    Upon arrival in Puerto Iguazu, you will have the rest of the day free to soak up the exotic jungle climate and laze by the pool. In the evening, you may want to visit the Three Borders Landmark, located in the tri-border area between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.


    Overnight in Puerto Iguazu



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    You will start your day visiting the impressive Iguazu Argentinian Falls! It is a Full Day Tour. You should drive approximately 34km (round trip) from/to Puerto Iguazu - Iguazu National Park. Once you will be there, you will walk through traditional circuits as follow:


    Inferior Trail: this circular 1.2km trial gives the chance to watch most of the falls in the front and from below; there are all kinds of views: from wide panoramic and far off views of Devil’s Throat and the falls in the Brazilian side, and even close contact where if the visitors want it they can enjoy lateral rain from Bosseti fall.


    This trial takes around 2 hours. This trial has a high degree of difficulty due to the amount of stairs.


    Superior Trial: is a 1,750 meters walk. The elevated walkways will take you over the fall line of several of the main falls, reaching theirs edge. It gives a general view from a greater height. This walk lasts an hour and of the three traditional walks, it is the one that requires less physical effort. It does not have any stairs.


    Devil’s Throat: ugh the Ecological Train of the Forest going down in Devil’s Throat Station. From there, a walk along the new footbridge, winding between islands, travels 2,200 meters (round trip) to the large balconies located along the edge and front of the Devil’s Throat. This trail lasts approximately 2 hours. It does not have any stairs.      


    In the afternoon, you will be return to your hotel to rest after long day!


    Overnight in Puerto Iguazu



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    Today, you will start your day visiting Foz de Iguazu National Park, the Brazilian side of the Falls is a half day tour! On this part, you will appreciate the panoramic views of the falls. It's amazing! If you are interested you also can visit the bird park! It is the only institution in the world focused on the conservation of the beautiful and exuberant birds of the Atlantic Rainforest, offering an up-close, immersive and charming experience with them


    You should drive approximately 26km (round trip) from/to Puerto Iguazu - Foz do Iguazu National Park. Please bear in mind, you must cross the border. Please remember to carry your documents with you!


    On this wonderful National Park, you will be treated to panoramic views of the falls visited the previous day, giving you an overall sense of the vast collection of falls


    In the afternoon, you will be return to your hotel to rest after long day!


    Overnight in Puerto Iguazu


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    At the appropriate time, you will go to the airport to left your rental vehicle and take your flight to Buenos Aires!

    Upon arrival at the local airport, you will be transferred to your selected Hotel.


    Tour Milonga

    At the appropriate time you´ll be picked up from your hotel in order to start with your ¨Milongas¨ tour. Buenos Aires and Tango are synonymous; visitors can easily find a Tango tour that will include a beautiful stage show that you won’t find outside of Argentina. We want to take you one step further to where the Porteño goes – to the Milongas. At the Milongas, your experience will include an introduction to the codes, traditions, etc. of Tango before you have the opportunity to learn the dance and enjoy the real Tango together with the locals. At the end of the tour you´ll be taken back to your accommodation.


    Overnight in Buenos Aires


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    Day 10: BUENOS AIRES


    At appropriate time, you will be transferred to the international airport, to take your flight.

    End of our services


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