It is a city located in Buenos Aires Province, in a delta of the Paraná River. It is an agricultural zone, outstanding for its fruit-bearing farming. It was a immigrants and railroad zone, with factories and stores. Nowadays, it has a tourist interest, pretty buildings, beautiful parks, and museums of antique.
In addition, it has an area known as Paraná Islands, corresponding to wetlands zones. Nowadays, it is preserved as a protected ecosystem with wild flora and fauna of the zone. Here recreational activities and adventure tourism can be realized.
The Otamendi natural reserve is located in Paraná de las Palmas, with 3 thousand hectares. There, it is possible to discover the nature of the forest, pampas, and wood, enjoying the local fauna.
Attractions: Port, rivers, ecotourism, flora and fauna, museums, historical tourism.
Activities: Camping, cultural tours, fauna contemplation, hiking, excursions, photography, sport fishing.
How to get there: All year long.
When to go: By land, through National Road 9, 7 or 12. Airway, to Jorge Newberry Airport, in Buenos Aires.
Services: Transportation, accommodations, food.
Surroundings: Buenos Aires, Zárate.