Discover the best top things to do in Formosa, Argentina including Costanera de Formosa, Iglesia Catedral Nuestra Senora del Carmen, Fuente De Aguas Danzantes, Herradura, Museo Historico Regional Juan Pablo Duffard, Plaza San Martin, Formosa Receptiva, Campo La Carmela, Laguna Oca, Casa de la Artesania.
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4.5 based on 87 reviews
We took a taxi(90 Ap) from the Terminal de Ómnibus 3km to the Cathedral, finding it closed. We walked 300 meters further to the Regional Historical Museum, finding it under renovation, then stopped in the Government House, with little to see. Nearing the port, we found activity with people sitting along the river viewpoint watching the ferry's cross to nearby Paraguay. This was the beginning of the lovely 2km Costanera that follows the river's curve with trees and nicely spaced park benches. At one point we looked across the highway to a large "Last Supper" sculpture.
This is a perfect walkway for a late afternoon stroll in this very hot humid environment.
4 based on 44 reviews
Very well kept as most of the historical buildings around this area of town, see it at night where the lights make it even more impressive.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
4 based on 15 reviews
La localidad de Herradura está a unos 40 km de Formosa Capital, a la costa del rio. Existen cabañas, bungalows y casas de fin de semana con piscinas, parques con parrilla y mesas. En fin, un lugar para pasar un domingo o un fin de semana en contacto con la naturaleza. Hay alquiler de lanchas, de equipos de pesca, etc. Anualmente se festeja la Fiesta de la Corvina. Muy recomendable
4 based on 27 reviews
This museum is located in a building that was built back in 1885 which belonged to the first governor of the province, General Ignacio Fotheringham.This museum contains objects that testify to much of the history of Formosa.
3.5 based on 27 reviews
4.5 based on 10 reviews
We approach to you the best of a natural undiscovered place in the North part of Argentina, The Chaco Region in Formosa. Te acercamos lo mejor de un lugar natural inexplorado, con cientos de rincones verdes por descubrir de la vasta región del Norte Argentina, Región Chaqueña en Formosa
My daughter (5) loves animals and nature. A friend recommended Formosa Receptiva for their tours. Despite my last minute call they were able to accomodate our request. Well organised, not too formal, unrushed, helpful and informative, we went to Herradura (around 40km away). We went to explore the lagoon & surroundings. We saw monkeys, birds, etc. Nature at its best. Juan was specially great with my daughter (& his English was good as he lived in NZ). We finished the excursion at their Campo where we saw some more animals and had a great tea with homemade bread and chipa. We had a lot of fun. A great option for those visiting the city.
Realmente recomendable, un gran paseo que permite explorar y disfrutar de la naturaleza. Fuimos con mi hija de 5 anos, ella lo disfruto muchisimo. Terminamos el paseo con un te con pan casero y chipas en La Carmela. Juan, el guia, es encantador y muy amable. Nos conto muchas anecdotas y nos mostro animales y pajaros de la zona. Muy buena opcion.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Campo La Carmela it´s a traditional argentinian farm, just few 30 km from Formosa city. It´s run by a formosenian family whom will recive you and will show you part of big Chaco Region. A boat tour is reachable from La Carmela (very recomended).
This is a great opportunity to see a small campo, eating amazing barilla and see fantastic nature during the boat trip. Many thanks to family demarchi for this awesome day!
4 based on 17 reviews
es una zona dentro de la biosfera de Formosa o sea todo es virgen, es muy lindo, una laguna en el medio de la ciudad. Como para pasar u buen momento de relax en contacto con la naturaleza. en verano se arma un balneario, se puede recorrer en bote o lancha, cruzar a la isla cercana. Ideal para los amantes de la vida silvestre. En este momento la altura del rio y la inundacion estan impidiendo la visita.
3.5 based on 17 reviews
this is not a museum, it is a shop in a good old house. Look for the attendant who knows about the tribes and communities. Very nice woven art crafts made by Wichis, Qom and Tobas.
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