This immense wetland in northern Argentina – nicknamed the Argentine Pantanal – covers an area almost twice the size of Florida’s Everglades. Accessed via the town of Mercedes, the maze of islands, lagoons, streams and marshland create a perfect habitat for mammals, reptiles and over 400 species of birds.
- Where: Corrientes province
- Ideal for viewing: black caiman, black howler monkey, capybara, maned wolf, marsh deer
- Excellent for: Birdwatching