The vast territory of Argentina spans 4,000 kilometers from north to south at the southern tip of the American continent, encompassing an incredible variety of biomes within its vast territory. This birding adventure is for those looking to explore new habitats and places as well as add new birds to their lists. We will visit several birding spots and a great diversity of habitats in the northeast of Argentina, driving from the city of Buenos Aires to the mighty Iguazú Falls, seeking out every major birding spot along the way.
Our journey begins in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina and the main gateway to this country. This is the heart of the Argentine pampas, a habitat that stands out among the most productive birding areas in Argentina. The most productive birding spot in the pampas is called Ceibas and we will surely spend time exploring it thoroughly.
After birding the pampas, we'll head to northeastern Argentina, where we'll spend time in Corrientes province exploring Esteros del Iberá, Argentina's largest wetland, and other habitats. This part of the country is the stronghold for several Birds with very restricted ranges in Argentina. Exploring the Iberá will be a combination of boat excursions and trail walks through different habitats, an experience worth trying for bird watchers.
Leaving Corrientes behind, we will continue our journey by land to the Province of Misiones, crossing the Campos, a restricted area of savannas on gentle hills with patches of forest. The sheer diversity and sheer number of wetland Bird species are overwhelming in this area. This is the habitat where endangered Birds such Saffron-cowled Blackbird and gorgeous Streamer-tailed Tyrant live
Finally, we will conclude our trip exploring the Uruguaí Provincial Park and the mighty Iguazú Falls, covered in tropical jungle, in the Iguazú National Park, where, in addition to contemplating countless Birds, we will visit these beautiful and internationally known waterfalls of unparalleled beauty.
During winter months there is a time difference with respect to Spain of 4 hours less.
When traveling in the Argentine summer, temperatures are somewhat high. The average temperatures during November are a maximum of 28ºC and a minimum of 16ºC in the Ceibás region and from 30ºC to 22ºC in Iberá. It is the rainy season.
It is recommended to wear shoes such as trekking shoes or boots and some light warm clothing in case it is a bit cool in the morning. As it is the rainy season it is essential to wear waterproof clothing.
It is also necessary to bring insect repellent.
It is recommended to wear long pants and long-sleeved T-shirts or shirts to avoid insect bites as much as possible.
The currency is the Argentine peso, which in the month in which the brochure was made, the exchange rate was 122.30 pesos/euro. The change to pesos can be made at the Buenos Aires international airport upon arrival or previously at our financial institution in Spain.
No type of visa is required to enter Argentina.
Fill out an Electronic Affidavit 48 hours before starting the trip, in which the vaccination status and the absence of COVID-19 symptoms will be reported, and which must be displayed at the time of boarding (https://ddjj. migrations.gob.ar/app/home.php).
Be in possession of COVID-19 health insurance that includes hospitalization and isolation benefits and/or medical transfers for those who are positive, suspected or close contacts.
To enter the country, it is necessary to have a passport with an expiration date of more than 6 months from the end of the trip.
Low. Trips to the different observation places are made in vehicle and the walks we will do have no difficulty.