The Argentinian Chaco is a region in the north of Argentina. It is the Argentinian portion of the Chaco, a South American region that includes parts of Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia, and Brazil. In Argentina, the Chaco is bordered by Paraguay and Bolivia in the north and by the Mesopotamia region in the east, by the Pampas region in the south, and by the Andean Northwest region in the west. In Argentina, the Chaco includes part of the provinces of Chaco, Córdoba, Formosa, Salta, Santa Fe, Santiago del Estero, and Tucumán.
“La Estrella”, a 300 km marsh, is home to a lot of animals and plants. You can sail or sail in it surrounded by alligators.
If you like canoeing, you can sail the Bermejo or Pilcomayo rivers and the White Lake.
There are also aboriginal communities, like Pilaga, wichi, guaraní and chiriguano, which can be visited by tourists. Women produce excellent crafts, tapestry, basketmaking, wood carving, pottery, etc.