10 day trip

Rewilding Argentina

From 6150 PP

Overview

Iberia Wetlands to Iguazu Falls

Discover Argentina’s capital and wild northeast on a luxury Latin American safari.

Begin in the ever-intoxicating city of Buenos Aires staying in a charming boutique hotel in one of its grandest historic neighborhoods with a privately guided culinary tour and perhaps a tango lesson to get you into the rhythm of the capital.

Then explore the incredible diversity of Iberá National Park, the world’s second largest wetland system whose mosaic of ecosystems hosts fabulous wildlife which you can discover on horseback, walks, game drives and boating trips. Your first estancia lodge, Rincón del Socorro, is at the heart of Kris and Doug Tompkin’s immense rewilding project here, reintroducing enigmatic species such as giant anteater and jaguar which you are directly supporting with your stay.

End at the truly epic Iguazú Falls, exploring the mighty waterfall system and surrounding rainforest with a private guide on an array of exciting excursions from the fabulous Awasi.

Highlights

Trip highlights

  • Getting a taste of Buenos Aires on a culinary tour

  • Seeing rewildling in action at Rincón del Socorro

  • Great mix of safari activities in Iberá

  • Private tours of Iguazú Falls and beyond

Inclusions

What's included

  • Nine nights of luxury accommodation

  • Tours, experiences and safari activities

  • Internal flights and private transfers

  • Price per person based on two adults sharing

  • Rincon del socorro ibera wildlife 1
    Howler monkey
  • Awasi Iguazu Master Villa Argentina
    Awasi Iguazú villa
    Rincon del socorro paseos culturales
    Iberá culture
  • Rincon del socorro proyecto rewilding
    Iberá Project jaguar
  • Awasi Iguazu Excursion Salto Argentina Yasi private boat
    Iguazú Falls
  • Argentina estancia rincon del socorro 5
    Rincón del Socorro
  • Ibera Wetlands Puerto Valle Argentina 10
    Iberá Wetlands birding
  • Ibera Wetlands Puerto Valle Argentina 11
    Iberá Wetlands

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Created to maximize the benefits to people and place, while minimizing the environmental footprint.

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    Properties and experiences that uplift and empower local communities.

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    Supports wildlife projects, protected areas and ecosystem regeneration.

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Days 1 — 2

Buenos Aires culture and cuisine

There’s no better introduction to Argentina than Buenos Aires. Handsome neoclassical and art nouveau architecture along tree-lined avenues under glass-clad skyscrapers, cobbled side streets, historic parks and a buzzing nightlife. It’s a mixture of distinct neighbourhoods reflect its past as a country of immigrants – mostly from Spain and Italy but also across Europe and the Middle East that has resulted in something unique.

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Buenos Aires Argentina 1

Days 3 — 6

Iberá safari

Fly to the northeast of the country and drive on to Rincón del Socorro, a beautiful estancia sitting in its own 12,000 hectare reserve on the southeastern edge of Iberá Wetlands. Formerly a cattle ranch, it – along 140,000 additional acres – was purchased by the Doug and Kris Tompkins’ Conservation Land Trust with the mission of restoring habitat and biodiversity supported by ecotourism. In 2015, this was donated to the Argentine government, creating the largest national park in the country.

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Ibera Wetlands Rincon del Socorro Argentina Swimming Pool
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Iberá Wetlands

Days 6 — 8

Wetland wildlife

Drive north skirting the national park to your next stop, Puerto Valle, a charming 1868 ranch with views across a wide section of the Paraná River looking to Paraguay. Enjoy more opportunities to spot the Iberá’s wildlife on drives, bike rides and from horseback.

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Puerto Valle Ibera Argentina 4

Days 8 — 10

Iguazú Falls

Continue upriver by road to the Brazilian border. Here, cutting through the rainforest before its confluence with the Paraná, is one of the natural world’s most awe-inspiring sites – Iguazú Falls. Meaning ‘big river’ in the local Guaraní language, some 250 individual falls and cataracts make this the largest waterfall system on earth.

Awasi iguazu kayak
Awasi Iguazu sunrise at falls

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