The Ibera wetlands is a huge flat plain of savannah like grasslands dotted with trees interspersed with the marshland and floodplains of the wetlands. A great way to explore the landscapes around the waters edge is on horse-back. This has traditionally been cattle-ranching country so the gaucho culture remains deeply rooted here, although farming is now limited to the fringes to help protect the reserve and its wildlife. Explore these remote and beautiful plains at leisurely pace with a native guide, suitable both for beginners or experienced riders. Look out for capybara and marsh deer popping their heads up from the grasses or howler monkeys in small clumps of trees. A great way to explore this off the beaten path region.