Reservation Code: AR 072
Daily: Mondays and Thursdays

Easy overland to Iguazú rainforest: palmettoes, amazing wildlife, spectacular waterfalls; the Jessuit Mission ruins and the Ibera marshes: the second largest marshland in South America. An unforgettable experience to listen to mysterious stories about this magical and fascinating land.

Price per Person Twin Rooms Single Rooms
 Day 01 / Iguazú
Reception at Puerto Iguazú airport and transfer to Hotel Sheraton International.
The Iguazú National Park is the richest biological area in the country. The afternoon wil be spent exploring on foot and by train, the Argentine side of this Mankind´s Heritage Site, considered by many, the most espectacular waterfalls on earth. Two hundred streams appear from the rain forest, forming a myriad of gorgeous falls from a height of 70 m, blending graciously with the lush surrounding vegetation.

 Day 02 / Iguazú

In the morning, visit to the Brazilian side to enjoy the panoramic view of the falls and the rain forest ornated by fascinating rainbows.

 Day 03 / Iguazú – Jesuit Mission – Iberá Marshes

Drive southbound to the imposing San Ignacio Mini Jesuit Mission that dates back to the XVII century. Then continue until you reach Colonia Carlos Pellegrini, close to the Iberá Marshlands in Corrientes Province, which are double the size of the Everglades in Florida.

Until recently, these inaccessible marshes have protected a wide range of wildlife and are considered one of the most spectacular natural regions in South America, having been covered by National Geographic and BBC.

Accommodation in an exclusive and comfortable inn for 2 nights. Full Board.

 Day 04 / Iberá Marshes
Explore this fascinating region, its ponds, marshes, aquatic vegetation islands, woods, by day and night, on foot, on boats poled by “gauchos” (local cowboys) and game drives. Should expect to find capybaras (largest rodent on Earth, weighing up to 80 kg), caymans, marsh deers, howler and carayá monkeys, aquatic turtles, abundant and varied water fowls (jabiru storks, southern screamers, jacanas, rheas, etc.), butterflies, wild flowers, birds, etc. Full Board.