Enjoy warm temperatures, amazing culture, gorgeous surroundings, and delicious food with this deluxe all-inclusive itinerary.
This 7-night program immerses you in new rich experiences that include cultural delights, incredible birding, and fly fishing in Argentina’s unpressured Dorado waters. A great experience for anglers and their partners to enjoy together.
7 nights, 8 days
Saturday: Fly from Buenos Aires to Corrientes Airport (CNQ). You will be met by a representative of the La Alondraí Lodge (2 hrs drive from the airport). Settle in with a glass of wine and meet with your guides to learn about the upcoming week’s adventure over a welcome dinner.
Sunday-Friday: Enjoy six (6) full days of guided fishing in the Ibera Wetlands.
Located in north central Corrientes Province, Argentina. Iberá is one of the most important and largest freshwater reservoirs in South America offering anglers 5,000 square miles of exclusive Dorado fishing.
Dorados ranging in size from 4 to 12 pounds are quite common and caught in good numbers.
Fishing is done from 14 foot skiff style boats that are equipped with 40hp four stroke motors. Much like a flats, fly fishing experience, guides pole the skiffs while anglers take their turns on the bow either sight or blind casting.
Saturday: After breakfast at the lodge your private transfer will chauffeur you to the Corrientes local airport for your return flight back to Buenos Aires.
La Alondra Lodge offers excellent cuisine and spacious accommodation that is joint to gallery and patio that provides the ideal setting for ending the day, relaxing or enjoying the company of your seasoned hosts. Carefully preserved, La Alondra lodge has a historic legacy that offer the perfect experience and charm when visiting the Iberá Wetlands.
Our water conditions are stable and predictable throughout the season therefore every month fishes equally well. However, the outside temperatures and humidity are something to consider when planning your visit.
8 weight, 9 foot, fast action 4 piece fly rods with a good fighting butt are the norm at Iberá.
As anglers are expected to cover water while casting heavy flies. It is also recommended that anglers bring at least two rods. One with a floating line and one with a clear intermediate tip.
Please note that all booking are subject to availably during the time of deposit.