A Well-deserved Break nearby the Water
Tourism in the Litoral Region: What Can You Do there?
Six provinces make up a region full of history, culture, and fascinating tourism activities. Waterfalls, rivers, rainforests, hot springs, and beaches coexist with festivals, carnivals, and distinctive local music. Cultural heritages, world wonders, and national parks are iterated all along. You just can’t get enough of seeing them.
About the Argentinian Litoral Region
A party of colours all around. This is the Litoral region: where nature prevails among animals and native flora; rural tourism coexists with pavement; history is intertwined with adventure; rivers are leading figures, and the gastronomic offers delight palates. Welcome to the Argentinian Litoral Region.
The Spectacular Iguazú Falls, one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World
Falls of impressive heights. Rainbows decorating the stage. Green infinity all around. Discover the charms of this natural wonder declared a UNESCO’s World Heritage Site.
Esteros del Iberá, the World’s Second-largest Wetland
Twelve square kilometres where the most varied flora and fauna live. The Esteros del Iberá in Corrientes offers an ideal ecosystem for kayaking, going on boat rides, and watching animals.
El Impenetrable National Park: Argentina’s Wooded Secret
The province of Chaco hides 128,000 hectares where green colour is the star. Thousands of preserved animals, species, and ancient cultures lie in this little-explored region of the country.
A Colourful Party in the Gualeguaychú Carnival
Entre Ríos is decked out for one of the most impressive shows in Argentina. Colours, glitter, flamboyant clothing and lots of music flood the streets of the province during a show full of contagious energy.
Water, Lagoons, Ponds, and Swamps in Jaaukanigás
The largest Ramsar site in the country is in Chaco. Due to its massive surface, it is one of the most important wetlands in Argentina, with a great variety of native flora and fauna.
Bird Watching in Bañado La Estrella
A natural wonder of Argentina that embraces one of the largest wetlands in South America. The activity par excellence? Without a doubt, taking photographs of the thousands of birds that flutter around the area.
Sport Fishing in the City of Empedrado
Experience the best conditions to practice one of the most popular activities in the area: sport fishing. The Paraná River finds the perfect riverbed in Empedrado, Corrientes.
The city where Lionel Messi was born
Santa Fe also displays its magic and this time hand in hand with soccer: in Rosario you can follow in the footsteps of the city that saw the first dribbling of the country's (and the world's) greatest soccer idol.
What is the weather like in the Argentinian Litoral Region?
With an average annual temperature of 17 °C, the Litoral region has a subtropical climate with abundant rainfall and no dry season.
What provinces does the Litoral Region cover?
The Litoral Region includes six provinces: Misiones, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Formosa, Chaco, and Santa Fe.
What is the Gualeguaychú Carnival about?
An unprecedented musical show. The biggest carnival in the country. Troupes, parades, masks, colours, costumes, and floats swagger through a multitude of people who come to the province of Entre Ríos to experience a typical Argentinian party. Dancing is a must, and the energy felt between songs is totally contagious. The event lasts 10 nights in February, where locals and tourists join in to enjoy the local vibes.