What to see
From the recreation area of the park, there are some short and low-difficulty trails, and one of them is accessible for people with reduced mobility.
The trail skirting the Irupé and Las Piedras lakes crosses the forest and gives you the opportunity to see multiple bird species, like the great horned owl, which usually nests in the park.
During February and March, you can witness the Victoria water lily blossom, a giant water plant which has become the symbol of this park.
Together with a local guide, you can access one of the high areas of the park, from where you will be able to admire the typical forests on the Paraná River's cliffs, as well as a breathtaking view of the Delta.
Tierra Chaná Reserve
Tierra Chaná, the municipal reserve of Diamante, is part of a wider ecotourism offer where you can enjoy different trekking activities along its trails, as well as new experiences with the help of local guides. Among its tree species, the most prominent one is the long-lived white quebracho, a tree designated as a Municipal Natural Monument, which can live for more than 500 years.
Natural hiking in Las Cuevas
Las Cuevas is located 35 km to the south of Provincial Route 11. It is one of the gateways to the Delta of the Paraná River, and it has been declared as a RAMSAR site (Wetlands of International Importance). From this town, you can walk along different trails and discover the nature of this Delta sector of Entre Ríos. You can also visit a winery that offers tours of its vineyard all year round.