Iguazu and Ibera Marshes

Iguazu - Ibera Marshes (6 days / 5 nts)  From $2262

Iguazu Falls

We will make an overland trip to Iguazú rainforest: palmetos, amazing wildlife, spectacular waterfalls; the Jesuit mission ruins and the Iberá marshes, the second largest marshland in South America. An unforgettable opportunity to listen to mysterious stories about this magical and fascinating land.

Day 1: Arrive in Iguazu (Brazil falls)
Arrival and reception at the airport; tIguassu Falls - Aerial viewransfer to the hotel. In the afternoon departure from the hotel to the Foz do Iguaçu National Park, one of the largest vegetation reserves in Brazil. Walking along the paths on the Brazil Side you will get startled by the panoramic view of the most imposing falls. The path ends near Floriano Fall, where there is a panoramic elevator that takes you back to the street level. Return to Puerto Iguazu. Overnight in Iguazu.

Day 2: Iguazu Falls (Argentina falls)
In In the morning will be visit the Argentinean side of the Iguazú falls, one of the first protected areas in South America, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO. We will take the train to Garganta Station where we will get off for a walk up to the Devil’s Throat balcony, to share one of the greatest shows on Earth. The excursion continues along the upper and lower paths to get a close view of the imposing waterfalls. Return to the hotel. Overnight in Iguazu.

(Included meals: breakfast)

Day 3: Iguazu - Jesuit Mission - Ibera Marshlands
Departure to Colonia Carlos Pellegrini. On the way, visit to Santa Ana ruins, Nuestra Señora de Loreto ruins (1632) and the ruins of San Ignacio Miní (1632). These ruins have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO Then we will continue to Iberá Marshes-Subtropical Paradise. These inaccessible marshes are the second largest marshland in South America. Overnight in Ibera Marshes.
Total travelled distance: 500 km ( 312.50 miles).

(Included meals: breakfast)

Day 4: Ibera Marshes
Explore this fascinating region thIbera Marshes - Activities at Irupe Lodgerough the diferents activities that the inn offers. They will be organized according your tastes, weather conditions and lodge facilities. Some of them are: Bird watching, Boat ride by Ibera Lagoon, Night walk- Night boat riding, Canoes, Horse ride. Overnight in Ibera Marshes.

(Included meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner)

Day 5: Ibera Marshes
Another day to explore this fascinating region. Overnight in Ibera Marshes.

(Included meals: breakfst, lunch, dinner)

Day 6: Fly out from Posadas
Transfer from your hotel to Posadas airport.
Total travelled distance: 210 km (131 miles)

(Included meals: breakfast)

Guide speaking English / Spanish
Quality Hotels Single Double Triple Single Sup Valid period
Superior Amerian Portal (Puerto Iguazu)
Posada Aguape (Corrientes)
$2,689 $2,262 $1,868 $1,183 1-Aug-14 / 30-Sep-14
Superior Amerian Portal (Puerto Iguazu)
Posada Aguape (Corrientes)
$2,932 $2,482 $2,035 $1,183 1-Oct-14 / 28-Feb-15

Shared service unless indicated otherwise
Prices per person in USD $, subject to change without notice

Included: 2 nights at Iguazu, 3 nights at Posada, meals without drinks/ excursions/ transfers as per the itinerary. Regular shared basis with english speaking local guides

Not included: International and domestic Air Fare, airport taxes, meals not mentioned, gratuities and personal expenses.

- Prices per person in USDollars, minimum 2 passengers
- The services are subject to the availability & rates at the moment of the reservation
- The transfers Puerto Iguazu - Colonia Carlos Pellegrini or Rioncon del Socorro- Posadas are with spanish/ english driver guide            
- The activities at the lodge are provided by spanish or english speaking local guide.
- Climate: In spring and summer is usually hot but cool at night. The Iberá is at its peak in the months August to November (August and September being particularly beautiful blossom by lapachos) and March and April. Rainfall is expected at any time of year. Thunderstorms are common.
- We recommend you bring enough clothes as it is easily stained and wet. Don´t forget: 2 pairs of shoes, Several pairs of socks, Waterproof jacket, Comfortable Pants, One coat, Insect repellent, Sunscreen, Hat or cap
-We recommend you check well in advance with the Brazil and Argentina Consulates near your country, to find out if there are any special requirements that you will need to enter these countries (such as Visa, vaccination, etc)
- The itineraries are planned with great care, although, for operational reasons, it may be necessary to change the sequence of activities in the itinerary or the specified route, and though such cases are exceptional, in general the itinerary should be treated only as a basic guideline.
- Suggested Flights (not included):
BUE / IGR AR1724 07:50  09:35
PSS / BUE AR2758 18:50  20:15