Iberá National Park is Argentina’s Jewel

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Ibera National Park in Argentina was officially recognized in 2018 as a way to protect the wetlands in the country as well as the wildlife. This is an exciting traveling spot that spans over 395,000 acres — which makes it the largest nature spot in Argentina, combined together with the neighboring Ibera Provincial Park.

Ibera National Park is a great place for all adventurists who would love to witness unique animals and enjoy a whole range of activities. Let’s start with the fact that you can go on a safari trip and see monkeys, deers, otters and so much more. These are all in their natural habitat, so it will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Ibera features over 4,000 plant and animal species.

Some of the other fun activities include horseback riding, kayaking, canoeing, booking a boat tour, river rafting, hiking, and so much more.

There are several accommodation options that are located in nearby towns, so you have to plan your trip very well in advance. You can visit the national park during the summer, but it’s even better if you do it in spring or fall because it tends to get very hot and humid.