Ibera Wetlands is Argentina is a birders paradise with more than 350 species calling it home. It is a wildlife photographer’s playground with close encounters possible of the world’s largest rodent, the continent’s largest deer and the relatively harmless but intimidating caiman. And it is a landscape photographer’s dream with colourful sunrises, fiery sunsets, star studded skies and occasional lightening from tropical thunderstorms.

It’s a natural highlight without the tourist crowds. It’s tranquillity without boredom. It’s provides an energising simplicity. And it was one of the highlights of my time in Argentina in 2015.
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