4 Day - Rincon del Socorro Lodge

Wetland reserve - North Argentina

4 Days

If experiencing wildlife is one of the ingredients you’ve got in mind for your time in South America, visiting this natural sanctuary in the north of Argentina is a unique opportunity to see some unique animals in the wild.
The lodge is located in the heart of a vast stretch of territory that is about to become the biggest natural parks in the country with the highest diversity rate in Argentina.
This traditional 1890’s Spanish style Lodge offers comfortable and beautifully decorated rooms to ensure a pleasant stay right near pristine natural sceneries and a half day short ride to Iguazu National Park
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Day 1

Posadas / Rincon del Socorro Lodge

Upon arrival at Posadas airport, you will be picked up by a  4X4 vehicle and taken to Rincon del Socorro Lodge (overland transfer: 4 to 7 Hours depending on the road conditions)

 

Note: Transfer in/out not included on the price. Optional private air transfer between posadas airport  and Lodge at aditional cost. 

 

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Day 2-3

Rincon del Socorro Lodge

Rincon del Socorro is the perfect playground for outdoor lovers and has a variety of activities to offer depending on your interests.

You can fill out your time in the Lodge at your liking from the following list of activities.
All activities require an average level of fitness and almost everyone can join.
-Horse riding (best way to explore the area and get to see the wildlife)
-Boat rides along the wetlands, lakes and rivers to interact with local species
-Bicycle circuits that can be combined with bushwalks
-Bird watching expeditions
-Night safaris both by foot or car
-Bushwalks (Choice of walking along the savannah or the creeks)

Overnight at the lodge.

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Day 4

Rincon del Socorro Lodge / Posadas

After a hearty breakfast you will be transferred back to Posadas town or airport to connect with your local flight or land transport to your next destination.

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Included:

3 night accommodation in standard room with breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
Land transfer by 4x4 (Posadas/Lodge/Posadas)
Daily activities

Not Included:

Beverage
Early Check-in or Late Check-out
Air Transfer (available at additional cost)
Travel insurance
Airfare
Any item not mentioned as included
Any unforeseen situation due to weather condition

Notes:

Rates are subject to change without notice.
Rates are not applicable during special events, such as: Christmas/NYE/Easter holidays.

Indicative Tour Cost

Per person in USD

***** Standard Room Share Twin - $1,647.00

***** Standard Room Single - $2,890.00

MEALS:

B.  Breakfast included
L.  Lunch included
D.  Dinner included

Why Choose BFirst Travel?

BFirst Travel, a wholly owned Australian tour company, ATAS/AFTA accredited and helloworld affiliate. For the past 15 years we have specialised exclusively in Latin America. We know a few parts of the world, and we know them well. Our been there, done that expertise elevates your experience beyond the ordinary, to the level of adventure with comfort! "Travel is all about the experience, which starts with your travel preparations”.

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