It is the capital of Formosa Province. It is located to the banks of the Paraguay River and Oca Lagoon, which is a biosphere reserve. It is outstanding for the cultural tourism for the Native People Meeting, with handicraft exhibitions of Argentinean artists and also the traditions of their regions.
It has colonial buildings, such as Nuestra Señora del Carmen Cathedral and San Antonio Church, historical monuments, and interesting museums with historical objects, belonging to the Toba aborigines who lived in the zone.
In addition, it offers an exuberant nature, natural areas, and beautiful resorts for practicing all kinds of recreational activities. You have to visit its parks, such as Guaycolec Natural Reserve, where they wild fauna can be appreciated, as South American Jaguar and South American alligator, amongst others.
Attractions: Resorts, natural areas, handicraft, culture, architecture, flora and fauna, lagoon, river, rivers, parks and natural reserves.
Activities: Excursions, nautical sport, hiking, ridings, trekking, canoeing, sport fishing.
How to get there: All year long.
When to go: By land, through National Road 8 and 11. Airway, to El Pucú International Airport.
Weather: Subtropical without dry season.
Services: Transportation, accommodations, food.
Surroundings: Patiño, Pilcomayo.