What to see
Monte Adentro Trail
This is a self-guided, low-difficulty, 1-km trail. Ideal to experience the thickness of the Chaco Impenetrable and an approach to the culture of the local population. This is the home to emblematic species like the anteater, the red iguana, turtles and pichis, among others, although they are not always easy to see.
Viewpoint to Bermejo River
Near the main camping area (next to the Cassinera section), this viewpoint offers great views of the river that are especially beautiful at sunrise and sunset.
Between May and November, the river flow decreases, forming beaches with small lagoons accessible from the camping area.
Not only is the green colour of the "bobadales" (palo bobo (tessaria) woods) striking, but also caiman yacares, capybaras, herons, storks and fish such as shad, can be seen. Attention: swimming is not allowed in this river. It is dangerous in some areas.
A few kilometres from Cassinera, in Dr. Esteban Maradona section, there is a second camping area called Sacha Camping to enjoy an experience in the Chaco Forest.
It is considered the ‘access portal’ to the reserve. Located along National Route 81, it is one of the service centres in west Formosa. The artisanal production circuits of the Qom and Wichí communities start there. It hosts an association of chaguar, wool and holy wood artisans.
A visit around this place should include the Mural del Pueblo Cultural Tour, the Juan Domingo Perón Square, Nuestra Señora de la Merced Chapel, the Deguen Park and the railway tour.