Argentina's largest conservation area
Puerto Valle is located at km 1,282 on National Route 12, a privileged, unspoiled, almost jungle-like spot on the banks of the Parana River and just 50km from Posadas airport.
Puerto Valle offers thirteen spacious and modern rooms all with access to a balcony that offers stunning views of the extensive grounds down to the river. The property boasts its own lagoon where you can spot caiman and capybara, an outdoor pool, wine cellar, and a fantastic restaurant serving both traditional and local cuisine.
The Iberá wetlands, (Guaraní for ‘bright waters’) is an awe-inspiring natural reserve in the heart of Corrientes Province. Its lagoons, wetlands and swamps provide a diverse ecosystem and are home to caimans, capybaras, marshland deer, among many other species. Spend your days exploring this wetlands region through a variety of activities including horseback riding, canoeing, bicycle rides and walking trials.
Puerto Valle, on the banks of the Parana River, on the edge of the Ibera wetlands is the perfect base for exploring this wildlife-rich region.
Why we like it
- Small and intimate
- Wildlife-rich region
- Explore on foot, canoe or by horse
- Located on the banks of the Parana River