From Buenos Aires you will fly north to either Corrientes (CNQ) or Resistencia (RES) airports.
Aerolineas Argentinas Airlines provide 3 direct daily flights. A lodge representative will greet you at the airport prior to your private 3 hour, road transfer to La Alondra Lodge.
As an additional service we can arrange and coordinate a small plane charter from the Corrientes Airport to an airstrip located 10 minutes from the lodge.
The mythical Dorado (Salminus Maxillosus) is clearly the main target at this fishery. Ibera provides daily opportunities to catch multiple Dorados that range from 5 to 10 pounds. However, there is always the possibility of catching Dorados from 20 up to 30 pounds.
The wetlands provide a wide variety of fishing environments. You will fish large lagoons and marshes, small and large rivers as well as narrow channels with sandy bottoms. This enormous system, with its crystal clear water, is ideal for top water fly patterns and spectacular surface strikes.
We recommend a stay with 4 nights of lodging and 3 days of fishing. Typically, this is combined with 3 additional days of lodging and fishing at Parana on the Fly Lodge, located on the Upper Parana River. The travel time between venues is approximately 2 hours by road transfer.
Ibera Wetlands is a wilderness paradise and the most bio diverse ecosystem in Argentina. Travelers from around the globe visit just to explore, bird watch and observe wildlife.
This destination is ideal for family holidays. In addition to fishing, birdwatching, and wildlife viewing with specialty guides, there are also a wide variety of other activities. These other activities include guided kayaking and horseback riding, cooking classes, visiting the local gaucho museum or sightseeing tours to the nearby Mburucuya National Park.