From Gualeguaychú (Entre Ríos) to Santo Tomé (Corrientes). Along National Route 14 and following the course of the Uruguay River, El Palmar National Park and many towns offer beaches, hot springs, fishing, water sports, and visits to nature reserves, history and all the colour of the festivities on Carnival days. Another unmissable point in Entre Ríos is the Gualeguay River and the Montiel Forest.
Cities of Santa Fe and Paraná (Entre Ríos). A few kilometres away, but on opposite banks of the Paraná River, these cities are good starting points to discover the Littoral area.
From the city of Santa Fe and following Provincial Route 1, the tourist corridor spans along 270 km of coastline and historical sites all the way to Reconquista, one of the gateways to Jaaukanigás. From the city of Paraná along National Route 12, you will discover beaches, islands, reserves and ravines facing the river.
Reconquista and Villa Ocampo (Santa Fe). Both cities, located on National Route 11 along with the town of Avellaneda, are ideal for venturing into the Jaaukanigás wetlands, enjoying boat rides, kayaking, bird watching, and wildlife observation.
Corrientes capital city and Ituzaingó. Ideal to discover the beaches and resorts of Paraná in Corrientes.
The towns of Esquina, Empedrado and Bella Vista are the best known in the area. In addition, you can travel from Corrientes to the east and discover some portals of the Iberá Wetlands, and the Apipé Grande Island if you come from Ituzaingó.
Resistencia (Chaco). From this city, you can visit Los Chaguares Reserve, the Colonia Benítez Educational Nature Reserve and Cerrito Island, with its impressive views of the river. This is also a good starting point to tour along the Great Chaco Route.
Formosa capital city. In the extreme north of the region, the city of Formosa guards a treasure: the Laguna Oca Biosphere Reserve and Herraduras del Río Paraguay. In addition, from here you can visit the Pilcomayo National Park and the Estrella Wetlands.