Argentina’S Wild North

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Run by: Wildlife Worldwide

Reference number: 2252

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This suggested itinerary spends time in the long-ignored northeast area of Argentina, exploring a variety of ecosystems, with opportunities to see a vast array of mammals and colourful birdlife.

After spending a day in Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires, travel to the  beautiful open spaces of the vast Iberá wetland where you can explore the wetlands and savannah by boat and on foot (and on horseback should you wish). Visit the thundering waters of Iguazu Falls – as spectacular a natural attraction as you could wish for – before continuing to the dense, pristine rainforest of Yacutinga, where guided nature walks and boat trips will show you some of the area's resident wildlife which includes the rarely seen jaguar and ocelot.

Suggested itinerary

The full itinerary detail is available on our website.

  1. Day 1: Depart UK
  2. Day 2: Arrive Buenos Aires; afternoon city tour
  3. Day 3: Birdwatching at Costanera Sur, overnight bus to Mercedes
  4. Days 4-6: Esteros del Iberá, Corrientes
  5. Days 7-8: Iguazu Falls
  6. Days 9-11: Yacutinga Wildlife Reserve; wildlife activities
  7. Day 12: Drive to Iguazu & fly to Buenos Aires
  8. Day 13: Depart Buenos Aires
  9. Day 14: Arrive UK
  • Available*: Sep to Dec; Mar to Apr
  • Price including flights from/to UK: From £4,195 pp
  • Price excluding international flights: From £3,045 pp

This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website

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