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IGUAZU FALLS & IBERA MARSHLANDS

Wild Wetlands of Ibera

The world's most beautiful waterfalls

Enjoying the spectacular view of Iguazu Falls

FROM 1530 USD 5 Days / 4 Nights
Highlights

Travel to Argentina
Experience an Estancia in Argentina
Ibera Wetlands Tours
Tour Iguazu Falls

IGUAZU FALLS & IBERA MARSHLANDS

Tour Ibera Wetlands & one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature - 5 days

Tour Iguazu Falls’ beautiful waterfalls, stay in an authentic Argentine Estancia, and visit the wild Ibera Wetlands. Discover nature and wildlife in Argentina’s subtropical Rain Forest. Stay in a traditional estancia and enjoy the warm Argentine hospitality before exploring the Ibera Wetlands wildlife reserve. Finish this northern adventure with a tour of Iguazu Falls and discover which of the Argentine and Brazilian sides that you like best. We offer daily flights from Buenos Aires to Iguazu and all private transfers.

Day 1 – Travel to Argentina: from Posadas to a local Estancia

Upon arrival in Posadas you will be taken to local Estancia, settled in Iberá area, near the popular Wetlands.

The Esteros are the second-largest wetlands in the world after Pantanal in Brazil. Iberá is also one of the biggest fresh water reservoirs in the continent.
You will be enjoying a typical gaucho environment. The estancia is the perfect base to explore the area. The Estancia is much more a family house than a hotel where you will have the chance to try homemade food.

Once in the Estancia you will have the afternoon to explore the beautiful secluded countryside on foot or via horseback.

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Day 2 – Ibera Wetlands Tours

After a homemade breakfast you will choose to take part in one of several activities included.
Some of the options are exclusive guided walks on the Luna and Galarza lagoons in the Isirí and Jacarè Streams: hiking in the forest, pastures and horse rides along the Ibera Marshes: boat trip to see alligators and capybaras, flora and fauna sightseeing, bird watching or, safari photography.

The duration of the activity will depend on your choice.

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Day 3 – From Posadas, travel to Iguazu Falls

In the morning, you’ll be picked up (private transfer) to be driven to Posadas (approximately 4 hours). 

Once you arrive in Posadas you’ll take the public bus to Puerto Iguazu (300km). This journey takes about 5 hours.
If you would prefer to do this part of the trip by private transportation, please just let us know and we will quote it for you.

Upon arrival in Puerto Iguazu, you will be taken to your hotel (private service) at which point you will have the afternoon to relax and enjoy the tropical climate and jungle setting, private service.

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Day 4 – Iguazu Falls Tours: Argentine Side

After breakfast you will depart on a full day tour (shared service) to the Argentine side of the Iguazu Falls where you will have intimate views of this unforgettable section of the Iguazu River. An guide will show you the hidden gems of this unique National Park and will take you off the beaten path to show you the best views.
Lower and upper walkways permit up close and personal experiences with this magnificent spectacle of nature. Trails through the 210 square mile reserve provide visitors with various views of the Falls, especially the largest one, Devil’s Throat. The ecological train ride is included in the tour. Return to the hotel in the late afternoon.

Note that in the park there are different excursions you can take for an additional cost. On the “Gran Aventura” you can sail the river and get closer the falls (Please be aware- on the boat trip there is a 100% chance that you will get wet…the Falls provide a refreshing “natural shower”. Be sure to take some extra clothes if you want to do this excursion.)

This day will be a real adventure, full of thrills and spills, and is an absolute must for the adventurer at heart.

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Day 5 – Iguazu Falls Tours: Brazilian Side - return to Buenos Aires

After breakfast, half day excursion (shared service) to the Brazilian side of the Iguazu Falls where you will enjoy vast panoramic views of the Falls allowing you to take them in their entirety.

“Brazil requires that most tourists have a visa to visit the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls. Please check with the Brazilian Consulate to ensure that you have the appropriate visa before traveling or you will not be allowed to enter Brazil. For example- US citizens, Canadians & Australians (as well as other nationalities) need a visa to visit the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls.”

At the appropriate time in the afternoon you will have a transfer (shared service) to the bus station or airport terminal. Today, you can choose to extent your travels purchasing any of our available offers in Brazil, Patagonia or the Andes area.

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Included

– Transfers mentioned in the itinerary.
– 2 nights in Ibera Wetlands with full board (drinks are not included): 2 nights in Puerto Iguazu with breakfast.
– Tours described in the itinerary.
– Bus from Posadas to Puerto Iguazu
– Bilingual guide (English / Spanish).

Not Included

– International or Domestic Flights or Buses.
National Park Entrance fees
– Travel / Medical Insurance – To get a free quotation please follow this link: World Nomads

Accommodation & Prices

IGUAZU FALLS & IBERA MARSHLANDS


INN/ B&B

USD 1530

COMFORT

USD 1585

SUPERIOR

USD 1610

*Prices in US Dollars.
*Valid until April 2019 (Not valid in Christmas, New Year and Carnival).

*Prices are per person, based on 2 people in double occupancy.
Single rates are available on request. Flights are not included in the price, but can be arranged on request.

*Please note that in the luxury category most transfers are private and some excursions are in private service also. Please ask our Travel Advisor for the details of this tour in this category.



Flights needed for this itinerary

No flights needed for this trip. Trip starts and finishes at Iguazu Falls.

Flights in South America cost approximately $100 to $250 USD per segment (destination). We offer special rates on flights for this tailor-made itinerary.

Included

– Transfers mentioned in the itinerary.
– 2 nights in Ibera Wetlands with full board (drinks are not included): 2 nights in Puerto Iguazu with breakfast.
– Tours described in the itinerary.
– Bus from Posadas to Puerto Iguazu
– Bilingual guide (English / Spanish).

Not Included

– International or Domestic Flights or Buses.
National Park Entrance fees
– Travel / Medical Insurance – To get a free quotation please follow this link: World Nomads

Trip Reviews

IGUAZU FALLS & IBERA MARSHLANDS

Anita and Graham Tod

Anita and Graham Tod

(5 / 5)

Nothing really. Keep doing what you do as you’re doing it expertly. We are likely to plan another trip to Argentina (Patagonia this time) in the coming years and will definitely contact you again. Thank you very much for your hard work.

Hi all

Sorry for the delay in responding, but life back to reality in Scotland has been very hectic!

Please find our feedback below.


Why did you choose Say Hueque?/Where did you find us?
- I think Graham found you on internet. We chose you after my initial meeting on Skype with Lucia. We liked the fact that you were taking time to understand what type of travelers we were. And we were not disappointed!

What was the best of traveling with us?

- Great organization – everything very smooth and professional
- The fact that you were checking in half way through our trip to ensure that everything was ok
- Your flexibility in changing the plans to suit us

Which was your favorite hotel, why? - difficult to pin only one!
- Los Colorados in Purmamarca – friendly staff, amazing views, great terrace with again a view to die for, breakfast served in the room!
- Mitico – a wonderful hotel in Salta, a group of staff passionate about the history of the hotel, the themed rooms and salons decorated with elegance and taste.
- On the less favorite side:
- Cafayate hotel (can’t remember the name) was very average. Although it’s well situated, there was no views from the room (hidden by trees), and staff were not very welcoming. We left with a feeling that it was very blend, a sense of trying too hard to be ‘posh’ and failing, and staff not accommodating. Can’t remember having seen anybody smiling there.
- The first hotel in Salta was very nice, however there was building work next door until 10pm. There is nothing that the hotel manager can do about it, but you may be cautious in sending people there until the work is finished next door?
- The Hotel in Buenos Aires is nice. The garden is beautiful and staff very friendly and helpful. However, you can’t really use the pool as the water is extremely cold, and although our room on our first stay was great, the second was a bit run down (no complimentary water, sink slightly broken, air conditioning not working properly). The second room was also on the street and was very noisy. I couldn’t sleep until 4am.

Which was your favorite excursion?
- So many! The three highlights for us have been:
- La Chacra – Pepe is such a wonderful man and made the experience really great. He’s a wonderful story teller, speaks English and a bit of French and loves his plantation and workers. He showed us his property (mate and pine plantation, and his furniture making plant). The second day we went to spend the evening with his workers for a barbecue and watching a football game. It was a great experience.
- Iguacu day 2 (Argentinian side). Alejandro took us over there early in the morning and there were very few tourists, which made the experience even better. Its’ such a wonderful scenery.
- Route from Salta to Cafayate then from Cafayate to Purmamarca was the most incredible experience. The scenery is magic and I can’t find words to describe it. I was less taken by the salt flats, but it’s only a question of taste!

5. Is there any guide that you would like to mention?
- Alejandro in Iguacy – he’s such a nice man. He’s also extremely knowledgeable and has his entries where no other guides go. He made our experience so much more incredible. He’s really passionate and his knowledge of the wildlife is very high. Instead of a lunch pack, he took us to the Sheraton for lunch (he clearly knows staff over there very well…), offered us a few coconut water on our way back from Brazil, things that are not expected from a guide. I don’t know if you often work with him, but he’s definitely someone you should keep in mind!
- Martin in Salta – another wonderful guy. Again his knowledge and passion for his region has made the trip so delightful. We really built a relationship with him and his incredible knowledge of geology is fascinating. He knows the region so well that he took us through a few incredible shortcuts that made the trip even more interesting. He was so caring! He was also very flexible; Graham was keen to watch the rugby game between Scotland and Argentina and Martin managed to find a place and negotiate with the manager so Graham could watch it! Again not sure if you often work with him, but he definitely someone who has been a huge highlight for us.
- On the other side, the wetlands experience, although beautiful, was more challenging as the guides (at Socorro and on the boat trip on the laguna) only spoke Spanish. We had an English speaker in the evening however it was less of an issue. I know it’s our problem if we don’t speak Spanish, not theirs, but I feel we missed so much on the information given by the guides around the wildlife of the area. My Spanish was far too basic to understand anything. It may be useful to mention it to your customers if they don’t speak Spanish at all.

Is there anything that you would like to see improved?
- Nothing really. Keep doing what you do as you’re doing it expertly. We are likely to plan another trip to Argentina (Patagonia this time) in the coming years and will definitely contact you again. Thank you very much for your hard work.


And thanks again for your efforts in making this trip one of the best we ever had.

Warmest wishes.


21.11.16

Melanie Rudin

Melanie Rudin

(5 / 5)

Thank you so much for all your help and organization. It has been an unforgettable trip and we loved it so much!

Hi Karen,

Now i am back home in Switzerland again :)
Ibera was fantastic and i am soooo glad we got to know this place because nearly noone knows about it. That is so cool!
Patagonia was stunning with its Perito Moreno, a really unique experience as well. El Chalten has been very windy but the hike was so cool!
Argentine Experience was incredible, it was such a great evening!!! Definitely highly recommendable!

Thank you so much for all your help and organization. It has been an unforgettable trip and we loved it so much!
All the Best!
Melanie and Stefanie


03.12.15

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IGUAZU FALLS & IBERA MARSHLANDS
Testimonials

Anita and Graham Tod

Nothing really. Keep doing what you do as you’re doing it expertly. We are likely to plan another trip to Argentina (Patagonia this time) in the coming years and will definitely contact you again. Thank you very much for your hard work.

Melanie Rudin

Thank you so much for all your help and organization. It has been an unforgettable trip and we loved it so much!

Daniela y Graziella

cada peso valio por hacer este tour!

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