Corrientes

Rivers, marshlands, beaches and one of the largest
wetlands in the world beckon visitors to enjoy
the wild magic of the Argentine littoral.

Alternative wild sites, rivers, flora and wildlife with a varied offering of tourist activities such as water sports, cultural, rural and religious tourism.

You can discover one of the best destinations of ecotourism and fauna watching of Argentina: the Esteros del Iberá. There are boat, canoe or kayak tours to the Esteros, where visitors can discover birds and other animals at every step and enjoy some of the most amazing sunsets.

Besides, the City of Corrientes is the National Capital of Chamamé, the main representation of dance and music from Corrientes, declared an Intangible World Heritage by UNESCO.

PROVINCE DATA

Location

Littoral Region

Capital

Corrientes

Average annual temperature

21.5° C

Population

992,595 inhabitants

Administrative division

74 municipalities. The main cities are Corrientes, Goya, Paso de los Libres, Curuzú Cuatiá, Mercedes, Gobernador Virasoro, Bella Vista, Monte Caseros, Santo Tomé, and Esquina

River Regime

Average annual of 1,568 mm

Surface area

88,199 Km²

Climate

Subtropical without dry season and temperate Pampas

Relief

Plains surrounded by bogs and marshlands

Why invest in Corrientes?

Strategical
proposal

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Featured
information

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

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and incentives

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