The Littoral Region of Argentina treasures places with a fascinating natural beauty that attract visitors from all over the world and at the same time are extremely important places for life and for the balance of the planet.
Tropical forests, waterfalls, waterfalls and reddish earth are some of the characteristic landscapes of this Region of Argentina. Misiones, highlighted by the presence of the imposing Iguazú Falls, declared World Heritage and considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is one of the provinces that combines a unique biodiversity richness with a distinctive cultural legacy such as the Jesuit-Guaraní Ruins, considered Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The biological wealth of this region can also be seen in the famous Iberá Wetlands. Located in the province of Corrientes, they constitute the second most important wetland in South America and a true paradise for nature lovers and especially for birdwatchers due to the diversity of birds it houses.