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Parque Nacional Rio Pilcomayo, Laguna Blanca
Categories: National Parks, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Parque Nacional Rio Pilcomayo is located in Laguna Blanca. Using our online itinerary creator, Province of Formosa attractions like Parque Nacional Rio Pilcomayo can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Ubicado en la provincia de Formosa, Argentina encontramos este hermoso Parque Nacional cuyo ambiente es la sabana. Animales silvestres nos deslumbraron a su paso como el yaguarundí, yacarés y pecaríes... read more »Located in the province of Formosa, Argentina we find this beautiful National Park whose environment is the Savannah. Wild animals us dazzled in their path including the jaguarundi, alligators and peccaries. Emphasizing on the other hand, flocks of birds that we had ever seen. Sunsets in Laguna Blanca were enshrined forever in our retina. Adventure and much more! To just 189km from Capital Formosa and 60 km from the city of Clorinda.show original
Desde la ciudad de Formosa al pueblo de Laguna Blanca son 140 Km, por micro de la empresa Godoy tarda de 02:30 hs a 03:00 hs y el costo es de $120 saliendo el primero a las 09:30 hs. Con paradas en el... read more »From the city of Formosa to the village of Laguna Blanca are 140 Km, micro enterprise takes Godoy from 02:30 pm to 03:00 pm and the cost is $120 out first at 09 h 30. With stops in the road. I recommend that when new arriving (they can ask questions or with the google maps they realize) tell you the driver to stop them at the Administrative Office of the Park, so they don't have to go to where it stops, which are about 10 blocks away. The entrance to the Park is found touring a road of gravel of 6 km, not is recommended hire a remis since is leverage and are expensive ($200 the travel), if can avoid it best. Remises them are at the entrance of the Park Office on the road, next to a guard post, can coordinate with the Park Ranger if they match just in time coming to the Park. They do not charge them anything. As all national park must be registered at the police station and the Park Ranger explain the route, a long way from 16 Kms until the Pilcomayo River where you can see and photograph crocodiles, on the road can cross with an anteater (are dangerous, not away too), and birds of all kinds (especially after 16 HR.). He travel is thought to do it with a vehicle, but if have desire and time (to others of stamina physical) can make it to foot. It is recommended to visit between the months of April and October, then mosquitoes are as high temperatures are unbearable. So carry water, food, insect repellent of mosquitoes, sunscreen, long sleeves and to protect the head from the Sun. Entry is no charge and you can camp, with bathrooms with shower, electricity, wifi and pools for washing. If you want to can coordinate with any remis for return or take advantage of Ranger to reach them if you are having to go to the people, or to walk. For the return, a small business operates as a stop, where the first bus of the day passes 04: 30hs and the latter at 19 h 15, during the day there are like four outlets, the price is $120 and takes as ida, stopping on the way to the terminus of Formosa. I hope that been beyond help have. They are well.show original
Vale a pena visitar el parque en sus dos accesos. El primero está antes de Laguna Naineck (hay un cartel en la ruta) y por él se accede a Laguna Blanca. El segundo es antes de la ciudad de Laguna Blan... read more »Vale penalty visit the Park at its two entrances. The first is before Laguna Naineck (there is a sign on the road) and the access to Laguna Blanca. The second is before the city of Laguna Blanca, and to 8 km to the park entrance (not you can enter if it rains). On the first access, there is a trail of 500 meters with footbridge that reach a dock on the lagoon. The second time is required, and it is recommended to make the trail a long foot (are 3 km). Highly recommended if you want to learn about the ecosystem of the region. Many animals (can even see some yacare) and excellent maintenance of the place.show original
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