Iberá is an extensive water mass of more than 16,000 km² of surface located in the center of the province of Corrientes.
It is populated with lush fauna and flora, and is a land rich in cultural tradition.
Iberá Explorer creates the best programs to discover the Iberá and genuinely connect with all the richness of the Correntin wetlands.
IN EVERY IMPORTANT ACCESS POINTS OF IBERÁ
From north to south, from east to west, we work in the main access portals of Iberá: Galarza, Laguna Iberá, Carambola and San Nicolás,thus covering the most important towns in the area: Colonia Carlos Pellegrini, Mercedes, Ituzaingó, San Miguel and Concepción,in the province of Corrientes.
We can arrange your transfer from start to finish,in some segment of your trip or we can recommend the roads on which you should travel to reach your destination. Just contact us.
All our activities are accompanied by specialized local guides that reside in the esteros. They are the ones who take you day after day in their adventures through the wetlands and who can help you learn more about the fauna, flora and the conservation projects as well as the daily life in the wetlands.
We are Valeria and Leslie Cook, together we develop this small company dedicated to designing trips and special experiences. Since 1992 we work in ecotourism: we started developing new ventures in El Calafate in Estancia Alice (El Galpón del Glaciar); and between 2004 and 2016 we worked with Douglas Tompkins to shape his vision of Rincón del Socorro. From 2006 we formed a team with the valuable contribution of our partner Ana Laura R.E. who organizes and carries out our ideas in a real and possible way; she creates the link between our programs and those who want to live them.
The best thing of all these years in the wetlands has been to meet so many personalities of the Iberá. The native inhabitants of these lands treasure values and customs closely related to their environment; these should not be lost.
Our dream is to show the rich Iberian culture by the hand of its inhabitants and show the world the exuberant biodiversity of the wetlands. We believe that with the support of our visitors, the conservation of the Iberá is possible and its culture will endure over time.