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Esteros del Iberá Reserve (from the Guaraní language, meaning “Bright Waters”) is the second-largest wetland in the world after the Pantanal in Brazil, it’s enormous. The area encompasses more than 3 million acres of flowing water—crystal clear creeks, lagoons, lakes, and swamps. Pirá Lodge, in northern Argentina’s Corrientes Province, strategically places anglers in the southern tip; a habitat-rich bottleneck where the marsh and Corriente River ecosystems converge.
Uniquely positioned and an absurdly comfortable lodge with direct access to the Iberá Marshlands. Pirá offers excellent sight fishing within the crystal clear waters throughout the entire season. Food and wine that purely could not be any better. Friendly, bilingual guides with knowledge about the Dorado, their habits, and years of experience on state of the art Hell’s Bay flats skiffs, deliver anglers quickly and safely in the most remote areas of the fishery.
A spectacular abundance of flora and fauna make for a naturalist dream destination – over 350 bird species are seen regularly, as are cayman and capybara. Nonangling activities in this tropical paradise include horseback riding, a sparkling swimming pool, and incredible bird watching.


Double OccupancyNights/Days
$7,4507 / 6
$6,8506 / 5
$5,7505 / 4
$4,6504 / 3
$3,5503 / 2

* Single room and boat: 60% surcharge.
* Non-fisher: $450 per night depending on availability.

Rates are per person based on dbl occupancy and shared guide.

Included: Lodging, Meals, all wines, beer, and local spirits at the Lodge, Professional guide services & loaner fishing equipment (Rods, reels & Lines).
Not included: Transfer from Mercedes to the lodge, Fishing license, gratuities for guides and house staff, airfare and private charters, in-house laundry service.
Fishing license: $50/person