Sport Fishing

Sport fishing is one of the most important tourist alternatives in the Litoral Region of Argentina, especially the town of Ita Ibaté. It represents a form of recreation that can be practiced throughout the year.
As far as the fishing modalities are concerned, the fisherman and his preferences are priority, although always adapted to the species and the specific space where the activity is developed.
The mode of trolling, is the one that provides to the on board fishermen the possibility of great and interesting catches. Spinning is another form that is practiced on the coast and on board.
Fly-cast fishing is the most practiced one in Argentina and the region. Exquisite and artistic for some, refined for others.
On the other hand, 'fishing and return' is widespread around the world, refers to the practice of returning all fish caught.
In both options, the conditions of the wilderness, the remoteness, the jungle and the beauty of the watercourse increase the quality of the practices, preserving the fish populations.

The diverse landscapes are a great scene, which makes the photographic tour one of the most chosen alternative activities.
Capturing with a camera or mobile phone indescribable scenes is a good choice for visitors, whether by land and / or water, the sight of flora and fauna of the area is fascinating.

Fly boat

The fly boat is a seaplane, which allows you to take off and land anywhere that has a water mirror. So it allows to interact with nature and play among schools of fish in an unimaginable way. You can choose between flights of 25 minutes, 45 minutes or an hour on the beaches and sand banks and you can take a photographic camera or a recording camera to take the best pictures of the area.

The word "Iberá" means "bright waters" in Guarani language. The area is one of the great natural reserves of the country, with landscapes of an incomparable beauty, owner of an immense variety of flora and fauna.

The estuaries and lagoons of Iberá, located in the center of the province of Corrientes, make up one of the richest and most virgin areas of Argentina and the world, with an extension of more than 2,000,000 square kilometers. This zone is formed by lagoons that, along with marshlands and estuaries, cause a wetland that serves as a habitat for animal and plant species, as well as infinity of insects and numerous varieties of butterflies.

It is possible to cross the streams and lagoons on a boat, where you can see caray monkeys, marsh deer, capybaras, yacarés and hundreds of birds.

The 'Esteros' were declared Natural Reserve in 1983 and International Wetland in 2002; many argue that below it, there is the largest reservoir of fresh water that humanity has, baptized as Acuífero Guaraní.

The visitor can be part of nature, sharing their peace and tranquility and the magic of the wild along with their native sounds.

You can also get to know the Interpretation Center of the Iberá Reserve and take a walk through its jungle in a gallery observing the fauna that is present when walking.