How to get there and move around
The provincial capitals have air and ground connection services, and are good starting points for you to visit the region. Many destinations have one or several nearby locations that serve as a base, service portal and tour booking.
You can explore some attractions by car, but others require 4WD vehicles.
Check the condition of the roads: access is closed on some routes or specific sections in the summer, the rainiest time of the year.
Where to stay
The cities of Resistencia and Santiago del Estero and Formosa capital city offer different lodging options.
There are simple options such as hotels, inns, apart-hotels and camping sites in the locations near the destinations and some national parks, and you can experience community tourism in some of them.
The Termas de Río Hondo hot springs in Santiago del Estero have a wide range of hotels of different categories, including 5-star spa hotels, residential hotels, cabins and apart-hotels.
You can also camp in some protected areas.
When to travel
You can go from March to November if you want to avoid the hottest summer months (temperatures can exceed 45 °C and there are more mosquitoes and insects).
For Bañado La Estrella wetland, it is advisable to travel between April and September (these are the months with the highest water level and you will be able to appreciate a great variety of fauna).