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Side Trips from Buenos Aires Hotels

Rancho Inambú


  • Traditional Corrientes architecture
  • Knowledgeable, attentive owner
  • Great breakfasts included in the rock-bottom price


  • Shared bathrooms
  • Not right on the lake
  • Beds are a bit hard

Updated 07/10/2014

Fodor's Review

Traditional materials—adobe, wooden beams, and thatching—were used to build this charming hostel, which is far and away the best budget accommodation in the Esteros. Hammocks swing from the veranda overlooking a lush garden. Local handicrafts decorate the white-walled rooms, which are simple but utterly spotless. The owner, Julieta Balparda, is a qualified guide and keen bird-watcher: fellow enthusiasts and nature-loving backpackers make up most of the guests. She

organizes boat trips and horse riding, and leads many hiking expeditions herself (moonlight birding trips are a house specialty). A separate thatched building contains an airy lounge with a guest kitchen, bar, and a restaurant serving sandwiches and simple meals—handy, given Colonia Carlos Pellegrini's limited restaurants.

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Hotel Information


Yerutí between Aguapé and Peguajó, Colonia Carlos Pellegrini, Corrientes, 3471, Argentina



Hotel Details:

  • No credit cards
  • 4 rooms
  • Breakfast

Updated 07/10/2014


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