General characteristics of the region

Our climate is termed "subtropical without dry season", as a greater or lesser degree, it rains throughout the year. Normally, there are times when more precipitation, are spring and fall. This area has one of the highest rates of rainfall in Argentina: 2000 mm annually.

  Average temperature is 21 º C, but in summer they can exceed 35 º C. exceptionally summer nights are cool.

During the winter, temperatures are between 11 º C and 23 º C. the days are nice and at night the temperature drops considerably.
Because the weather is not severe, you may visit the region throughout the year.

The relief is smooth but wavy continuously as it is an area of plateaus, located some 230 meters above the sea level. A typical landscape of red dirt roads, with slopes and descents.

The biome is characteristic of the Atlantic Forest region, belonging ecoregion Atlantic Forest. It is the most biodiverse region of Argentina.

This area of ​​the province is characterized by the presence of numerous nature reserves, which, being all very close to each other, are highly endangered block in better preservation of the planet.

  The Interior Atlantic Forest or Selva Paranaense 
  The Atlantic Forest runs along the Atlantic coast of Brazil and extends westward to eastern Paraguay and northeastern Argentina. Has been identified as one of the twenty-five "biodiversity hotspots" of the world (biodiversity hotspot) by Conservation International. 

The Atlantic Forest is one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on earth, as it contains 7% of the world's species. It is characterized not only by its biodiversity, but also because their level of endemic species (those that are not found anywhere else on Earth) is amazing, something that makes this complex eco-regions is of high priority for conservation . The 40% of the 20,000 plant species are endemic to the Atlantic Forest and 42% of the 1,361 terrestrial vertebrates are also endemic. Many of these species are, currently threatened with extinction. 

Besides having some of the rarest species in the world, what remains of the Atlantic Forest is directly associated with the quality of life of the human population. These forests are vital to the protection of watersheds, preventing soil erosion and maintaining the environmental conditions necessary for the existence of cities and rural areas. 
The best preserved portion of the Atlantic Forest is the eco-Paranaense Forest region, precisely where they develop our excursions.
The Atlantic Forest is home to big cats such as the jaguar, puma and ocelot. Other common mammals include the tapir, corzuelas three species, two species of peccaries, coatis and three species of monkeys.

They are about 460 species of birds.

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