Parque Nacional Mburucuya, Province of Corrientes
(3.7/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • Is a little explored by Brazilians. He together with the Provincial Park of Ibera form the pantanal. This Park has trails that can be made on foot or by car. There's camping area with a good structure of tables, covered area and cafeteria. The path to the Park is pretty good where it is possible the wildlife sighting. Is a simple but as already mentioned, should be associated with Ibera which is fantastic.
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  • We stayed in the city of passion fruit. The Park has an access from the West which is the shortest (about 30 km) but could not do so by the poor state of the road which is of Earth and sand then the rains. We entered from the East by felling large (about 70-80 km) with a service of 4 x 4 that we hired in the city. Common car would have been impossible. I recommend before traveling to visit contact the administration of the Park, since reporting on the State of the roads or any other problem that would have. Us despite forecasts of bad weather we arrived and could make a visit although somewhat limited since part of the trails that exist for travel were closed down by the water. Facilities in good condition, with a center of health reports, with a very nice Park. You can see a mixture of vegetation from estuaries with mountains and Palm. Looks pretty wildlife, especially birds. Very good for which you like enjoy of the beauty natural. Too bad that does not have an access secured on rainy days.
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  • The landscape offered by this National Park is beautiful. Has that style typical of the landscapes of estuaries, with the added of them Palm trees that you give a touch special. I have to say that she found in the National Park before you go how they were the conditions of the trails, said they were well and, however, upon arrival we found that some roads could not through flood. Of any form, is beautiful the place and worth the penalty going. The distance to the village of Mburucuyá is enough, I understand that travellers without vehicle will have to see how to resolve the arrival. The trails have certain duration but no difficulty (at least until where I could do, because not all enabled when I went). I would add that it is free, has a beautiful campsite, which has bathrooms in a State of cleanliness and facilities. Don't forget to visit currents!
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