When's the best time to visit Ibera Wetlands?
From a climate point of view, most rain falls Oct-Apr. Temperatures range from 30°C in Jan down to 20°C in Jul. Wildlife can be viewed throughout the year but is more subdued in winter. Birdwatching is at its best Apr-Oct.
For more detailed information visit our When To Go section.
What's the official language of Ibera Wetlands?
How do I get local currency in Ibera Wetlands?
Argentine Peso. Notes can be withdrawn from the many ATMs in larger towns and cities using a UK credit or debit card. Limits may be lower than your UK bank allows. Acquire pesos before you head out into the reserve.
What's the time difference between Ibera Wetlands and UK?
GMT -3 hours. Sometimes daylight saving is observed in the summer, but this is announced ad hoc on a year-on-year basis.
What places combine well with Ibera Wetlands?
A visit to the capital Buenos Aires; the Iguazú Falls (471 km) with a scenic nature drive to Pelligrini from Puerto Iguazú (8-10hrs on partially paved road).
How do I get to Ibera Wetlands?
Fly from Buenos Aires to Posadas (1hr, followed by a drive of 5hrs) or to Mercedes in Corrientes (plus a 2-3 hour drive). There are also private charter flights to some of the lodges.
If you still have questions, please contact us and one of our Travel Experts will be happy to help.
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