Buenos Aires, Argentina – Gador Viajes has launched a new programme to Argentina’s Ibera Marshes, and the Moconá and Iguazu Falls, with overnights stays at estancias, deluxe lodges and hotels.
The trip starts at the city of Posadas, where the passengers will be taken to the Estancia Rincón del Socorro, a 12,000-hectare former cattle ranch on the edge of the Iberá wetlands that has been turned into a nature reserve.
The next two days, guests can ride horses to observe the ecosystem, view the big variety of birds in the area and take a boat trip through the marshes.
The trip continues visiting the Trinidad Jesuitical Ruins located in Paraguay. That night guests stay at Estancia Santa Ines, founded over 100 years ago by Don Pedro Nuñez, a pioneer with the first Yerba Mate plantation in Misiones.
The next day the guests are taken to visit the San Ignacio Mini Jesuitical Ruins, which were established in 1696. As the other reductions, the Paraguayan destroyed them in 1817. The ruins were totally restored in 1940. The passengers are taken afterwards to Don Enrique Lodge, on the limits of Mocona, in 25 hectares of tropical rainforest, and on the heart of a thick ravine on the bank of the Paraíso River, of calm green waters.
The next day the passengers will visit the Mocona Falls, making a beautiful boat trip through the Uruguay river, and the following day they will go to Iguazú, visiting first the Brazilian side of the Iguazú Falls, and on the next day, the Argentine side. The passengers will lodge at the Hotel Sheraton Iguazú.
The trip will continue then to Yacutinga Lodge, a deluxe boutique lodge in the middle of the jungle. Guests will stay there for two nights, before being transported to Iguazú airport.
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