This area includes the provinces of Misiones, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Formosa and Chaco. It's the region of the big rivers, the humid tropic, the red soil and the giant trees covering the virgin jungle, with extraordinary flora and fauna.
A whole scenery of exuberant beauty extending around Iguazú National Park, Moconá Falls, Río Pilcomayo National Park, El Palmar National Park, the Iberá Marshlands or the Chaco Plain, and the Jesuit Missions Ruins, declared Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity by UNESCO.
Great Waters –“Iguazú” in Guarani language - that Nature overflows boisterously in one of the marvels of the world: the Iguazú Waterfalls.
At 18 km far from Puerto Iguazú we dive in Iguazú National Park where the worldwide famous Iguazú Waterfalls are located. The river dumps its impressing volume since 70 meters high along 275 jumps in an extension of 2,7 Km. The limit with Brazil goes along the Devil's Throat (“Garganta del Diablo”), where the falling water make multiple rainbows. The Park preserve the exuberant subtropical vegetation. More then 2.000 plant species among giant trees , orchids...more than 400 kind of birds...and wild felines as the puma or the yaguareté.
Quartzs, agates, amethysts, rock crystals...Treasures of the nature that you can touch just to visiting the semiprecious-rocks fields of Wanda.
In the frontier between Misiones and Brazil, the Uruguay river has incredibly beautiful 3 Km-long falls, with 5 to 12 m high cascades, which can be reached by launch from El Soberbio.
- Perito Moreno. Calafate. View of the largest in the world, declared by Unesco glacier: the Perito Moreno Glacier.
- Bariloche. Famous for its ski resorts and nominated as Little Switzerland, consists of 7 beautiful lakes. It is the city of Luxury Hotel of 5 stars Llao Llao, place known products are world: Trout, Chocolate branch, rosehip oil, etc.
- San Martin de Los Andes. The Andes dreamed surrounded by snow, lakes and great varieties of trees, different landscape in every season, leaving the memory in a corner of our hearts.
- Ushuaia. The city of end of the world, located in the province of Tierra del Fuego. We wandered through the train end of the world, enjoying the most of the feeling that surprises us with the beauty of Patagonia.
- Puerto Iguazú. A must - see place "Iguazu Falls".
- The Moconá Falls. Incredible natural spectacle of water falling. Famous as a place of camp.
- Wanda mines.
- Buenos Aires. Atmosphere full of elegance, an attractive city with essence of Buenos Aires.
- Tango Show. We take the Origin of Argentine tango "La Boca" - "Caminito" to taste delicacies and the beautiful locals of the old tango, through your own eyes, mouth and ears!
- San Telmo. A neighborhood of antiguidades.
- Recoleta. Where rest the Great Argentine Mother Evita and the nobility of the last century.
- Palermo. It is a cosmopolitan neighborhood. There is fun, food, fashion and nature.
- Puerto Madero. A commercial and residential district. You enter through the Bridge of the Woman. It is an area of high tourist level. As the Hotel Faena of 5 stars ~ a place charming and unique style in the neighborhood of Puerto Madero.
- Tigre.City of river tourism, Sarmiento, Parana de las Palmas navigated, covering the entire delta and the formation of Islands. It is also the location of 2nd Chinatown in Argentina.
- San Luis. In this province is a city called Merlo, which was recognized as "the third of Microclima the world", here you can get the original gemstone Onis and other natural stones.
- Mendoza. Taste the best wine in the world.
- El Leoncito. Enjoy the scenery Mon Valley. Taste the wine from San Juan province. Visit the Leoncito National Park.
In Formosa, on the right side of Pilcomayo river, there is the Río Pilcomayo National Park, prevailing tidelands, lakes -Laguna Blanca is the biggest free water surface of the Park - and savannas of white or caranday palm with a rich and varied fauna. The tatú carreta, an armadillo in extincting risk, is protected in the Formosa Natural Reserve, among Teuco and Teuquito rivers. , Mercedes or Colonia Carlos Pellegrini. Going north from Colón there are El Palmar National Park protecting the last haven of palms yatay (around 800 years old), and the city of Concordia which communicates with the Uruguayan city of Salto through the hydroelectric complex Salto Grande
From Posadas you can arrive to this humid basin of Iberá ("shining water" in Guaraná lengauge) with around 700.000 hectares of swamps, 31.500 hectares of lakes, 52.000 hectares of marshlands and 260.000 hectares of higher lands. More than 1 million of hectares have this ecosystem that allows the survival of turtles, yacarés, monkeys, swamp deers, carpinchos or capibaras -the biggest rodent in the world - and up to 400 different species of birds, besides an extraordinary flora.
World Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO from 1984 year and close to Posadas, are located the ruins of the antique Jesuit Missions, most of them covered by the jungle but recovered by means of archaeological fieldwork. The most important are the San Ignacio Miní Ruins, to 56 km from Posadas. In the middle of misionera jungle it´s possible to visit also the rest of other missions as Loreto, Santa Ana and Santa María.