Hidden monkeys howl from unseen treetops. Peccaries trot with their snout open to the sky. Prints suggest a jaguar roamed here recently.
Covering thousands of square kilometres in northeastern Argentina, the Ibera Wetlands are an ecological jigsaw puzzle of wildlife and wild experiences.
You can’t drive here. Instead you’ll explore by horseback and small boat, crossing ancient landscapes in a land that changes every season. Rain wipes out roads and islands are only accessible by plane or boat.
It’s pure wilderness and your time in Ibera will be an experience of rare wildlife, in search of armadillos, jaguars, scarlet-headed birds and the insatiable monkeys. A private guide will tailor the journey every bit of the way.