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The Iberá Natural Reserve is one of the largest freshwater reservoirs on the continent. It is the largest protected area in Argentina, with 1.3 million hectares hosting more than 350 bird species.

Nestled in the northeastern portion of the Iberá Wetlands, Puerto Valle is an extremely convenient gateway to the reserve. The Estancia has been declared an Important Bird Area (IBA) by Birds Argentina, and its premium location gives guests an opportunity to visit lagoons, floating soil formations or embalsados, tall grass patches, Yatay palm groves, and secluded areas of the Paranaense forest.

A four-day excursion guided by an ornithologist will take visitors around major portions of the northeast end of the reserve.


Day 1: Shining Waters – Discovering Valle or Tabé Lagoon
Day 2: Cambyretá – A Portal to Biodiversity
Day 3: River and Forest—A Bird Sanctuary
Day 4: Galarza & Luna, Deep in the Wetlands