The largest protected area in Argentina
The Iberá Natural Reserve is one of the largest fresh water reservoirs on the continent, and the largest protected area in Argentina.
It has an area of 1.3 million hectares, and hosts four species declared “Natural Heritage of Corrientes Province”: the neotropical otter, the maned wolf, the Pampas deer and the marshland deer. It is also home to the two caiman species of Argentina: the yacaré caiman and the broad-snouted caiman. Its ornithological variety is evidenced by more than 350 bird species.
Puerto Valle is nestled in the northeastern corner of the reserve, and has become an extremely convenient gateway to discover its wonders. Its exclusive location provides private access to the Wetlands, and its proximity to the IguazÃº Falls makes a visit to the falls an ideal journey to combine with the Wetlands