Most visitors to Argentina have heard of the natural marvel of Iguazu Falls. But what about San Ignacio Jesuit Ruins? Or the wildlife extravaganza of Ibera Marshlands? This itinerary combines Argentina’s heavy-hitting iconic attractions with some of its lesser-known wonders. See the awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls. Explore the jungle clad ruins of San Ignacio. And get up close and personal with a huge variety of wildlife in the Ibera wetlands. Allow us to time your trip to Iguazu to coincide with the full moon night walk, a magical way to experience the falls.
Arrival and reception at the airport; transfer to the hotel.
Full-day tour of the Argentine side of Iguazu Falls, including the wonderful Devil’s Throat lookout.
Transfer to Colonia Carlos Pellegrini. On the way, visit Santa Ana, Nuestra Señora de Loreto and San Ignacio Mini ruins. Continue by 4WD to Ibera Wetlands, the second largest wetland in South America.
Two full-days to explore the area. Activities include: bird watching, boat rides on the Ibera Lagoon, night walks, canoe trips or horseback rides.
Continue your exploration of the wetland region with your guide.
Transfer to the airport. For more great wildlife viewing opportunities, extend your trip to Peninsula Valdes.