Photo by Beth Wald @bethjwald | Luli, a local gaucho who now works for the new Iberá National Park, attaches a canoe to the saddle of his horse in the marshlands of the Arroyo Carambola. This area is part of the Esteros del Iberá, a vast wetlands and grasslands in the Corrientes Province of northeastern Argentina. A handful of families like Luli’s still live full or part time out in the marshlands. Now some of these families are working with tourists and bringing them into the wetlands the traditional way—with horses pulling canoes. Many visitors come to explore the natural wonders and wildlife of the Park and then become fascinated with the rich local culture and unique traditions of Iberá.
I dont know😂
Es sólo una parte de nuestro bello país, la gran mayoría de los paisajes hermosos están en las provincias del interior. 😘
Gaucho is also the person who's born in the state of Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil, because we share the traditions from Argentina's and Uruguay's gauchos
Linda foto! Parece pintura! 💙
A magnificent case of environment protection assumed by the local people. Douglas Tompkins must be happy in “heaven”!
The Wild West is alive and well in Argentina! 🐎🐎🐎
Es un hermoso lugar, Argentina tiene muchísimos lugares hermosos.
Bello mi país!
I'm this country and don't every know. Argentina is beatiful
old town road :)
Love Iberá & corrientes region! Great history, culture and traditions.