Located in the middle of de Corrientes Province 390 miles to the north of the city of Buenos Aires, The Iberá Wetlands National Park (from the Guaraní language ibera, meaning “Bright Waters”) are one of the South America's great untouched wildernesses, a vast expanse of native plant species, birdlife and uninhabited plains, more thah twice the size of the Everglades National Park at 3.2 millon acres.
This extensive reservoir of water is home to one of the largest fish fauna in the world. Whose top predator is the Ibera Black Golden Dorado. The Black Golden Dorados of the ibera are a unique adaptation of the wetlands, since they must be perfectly camouflaged to hunt in the transparent waters.
You will fish at this isolated region, provides a fantastic off-the-beaten-track destination in Argentina for wildlife lovers, thanks to its protected and pristine status–having been cut off from mankind over the millennia by its own encircling, impenetrable marshlands. As a result, thousands of plant, bird, animal and insect species have been able to thrive here, making for one of the most picturesque and rewarding wildlife experiences in Argentina.
ABOUT THE LODGING
The Lodge is located in the southern part of the Iberá Wetlands, an exclusive fishing and adventure lodge that has all the amenities to share -with friends or family- a unique experience in the privacy of its 37 acres.
The Lodge can host a maximum of 6 Anglers, which makes it totally exclusive. The gastronomy is typical of the gaucho culture, you will enjoy a variety of grilled meats accompanied by Argentine wines