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Predelta National Park (Parque Nacional Predelta)


Predelta National Park is located 62 mi (100 km) North of Rosaria, Entre Ríos Province in Argentina. Predelta National Park covers an area of 24.58 km².




Location: 62 mi (100 km) North of Rosaria, Entre Ríos Province   Map

Area: 24.58 km²

Info: 25 de Mayo 389, Diamante

Tel. (0343) 498 3535

Open: daily





Description of Predelta National Park


Predelta National Park lies just few kilometers from the small town of Diamante in an Entre Ríos Province of Argentina. It was created in January 13, 1992 with a purpose of protecting natural biodiversity of Paran River Delta along with surrounding lagoons, marshes and islands with its diverse flora and fauna. The highest point of Predelta National Park is the dam, surrounded by the forest. Just below the dam a beautiful lagoon is surrounded by marshy shores, overgrown with willows, hyacinths and various herbs. Three islands that are protected protected by Predelta National Park are del Cibo, Las Mangas and del Barro.


You can explore Predelta National Park on foot by hiking through a network of hiking trails. You can also rent a tour by canoe that can be rented at the main entrance of La Howl. You can follow waterways and explore local islands that were formed by sand and stones delivered by the waters of the Parana river. One of the high points of Predelta National Park is a lake Los Banos that can be reached only by foot. Its serene expanse is covered with huge leaves of water lilies, perhaps the most recognizable landscape of Predelta National Park.


Local climate of Predelta National Park is highly humid due to its proximation to water. The average annual temperature is around 19 degrees Celsius. Predelta National Park is inhabited by numerous animals including capybaras, otters, as well as various species of snakes, lizards, turtles and others.





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