Chaco

Its landscapes are made up of forests, bogs,
rivers, palm forests and grasslands.

Wild places in the subtropical nature of the Chaco region offer unique experiences such as wildlife encounters and bird watching.

El Impenetrable National Park is the second largest forest in South America after the Amazon and protects the largest remains of the Chaco Impenetrable. Along with the Paraná River, countless streams and bogs intertwined with palm forests and grasslands form an ecoregion that was declared a RAMSAR Site. Besides, Resistencia, the provincial capital, is known as the national capital of sculptures, with more than 650 pieces exhibited in tours, parks and avenues that turn the city into an open-air museum.

PROVINCE DATA

Location

Littoral Region

Capital

Resistencia

Average annual temperature

21.5° C

Population

1,055,259 inhabitants

Administrative division

70 municipalities. The main cities are Resistencia, Presidencia Roque Sáenz Peña, Barranqueras, Villa Ángela, General José de San Martín, and Juan José Castelli

River Regime

Annual average between 1,000 and 2,500 mm

Surface area

99,633 Km²

Climate

Warm, continental

Relief

Plain with a gentle slope to the east

Why invest in Chaco?

Strategical
proposal

We show you tourist attractions, strategic connectivity, opportunity territories and associated destinations with potential to invest.

Featured
information

Learn about the reasons to invest in Chaco, its potential for tourism and main opportunity territories and activities.

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and incentives

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Analyze the opportunities in each territory with information on tourist attractions, connectivity, tourist activity and infrastructure.

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