The landscape to be enjoyed by the visitors looks like a surrealistic picture. It is as if the forest was trying to emerge from the depths as the colors of underwater vegetation contrasts with the bright waters, thus generating a unique combination. This is what happens in Bañado La Estrella, the third wetland in Southamerica for it size.
The sensation of overwhelming peace provoked by the landscape is to be eternally treasured. As access is progressively gained, surprises arise: thousands of bird species that inhabit the zone make their glorious entrance and the fire red colours of dawn serve as a background to the silhouettes of the vegetation.
The sound of the aquatic birds breaks the silence and a variety of green tonalities reflects trees and creepers on the water.
You cannot appreciate such a natural show every day, so one would want to cover it all the way to the horizon, which would be virtually impossible, as the space has a dimension of 400 acres. It is a sublime immensity crossed through by the Capricorn Tropic.
In Formosa birds fly around everywhere enjoying producing a wonderful ecosystem that provides excellent living conditions. This is their kingdom and travellers respectfully arrive to observe and admire them in the midst of a tropical impressive landscape.
Bird observation in protected areas of the province is one of the best ways to engage with nature in the Litoral, where over 50% of the Argentinean species with wings can be found.
The craftsmen route gets closer to the travellers in a track through three communities that handle inherited techniques to perfection. The native wichis, tobas and pilagás share their works of art in the midst of a natural landscape.
The route fills with colors and textures when it crosses Formosa, starting at Ingeniero Juárez city. This happens because native wichís, pilagás and tobas do their work with wisdom and ancient techniques and they generated the Craftsmen Route that visitors can enjoy throughout different districts within the region.