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La Alondra‘i

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Trip Overview

Our Golden Dorado program offers guests the unique opportunity to fish two completely different destinations in just one week. With three lodges in distinctively varied locations, we have the flexibility to run a highly successful combination program.The program starts in Buenos Aires and includes 3 charter flights to get you quickly and conveniently to your destinations.Each of our lodge areas are fed by different water sources, so while one may be less than optimal, the other two could be at their best.Our priority is to always provide the best fishing experience possible under current conditions, and using charter flights as part of the program provides fast and easy access to these different waters, connecting the diferent lodges.


Our water conditions are stable and predictable throughout the season therefore every month fishes equally well.

The season runs from September through the end of May. However, the outside temperatures and humidity are something to consider when planning your visit.

Southern hemisphere has opposite seasons, so January and February are the peak of summer in Argentina. This is also a tropical region, so day temperatures can reach to +90 F during that time frame, despite all the rooms being equipped with A/C you probably do not want to be casting with the temperature.

We strongly recommend shoulder seasons. September, through mid December, then Late February through May are the best moments to fish for Golden Dorado.


You will be pampered at La Alondra’i while enjoying the peaceful setting and excellent cuisine. This reconditioned colonial house offers the perfect lodge experience to compliment your visit to the Ibera Wetlands. All common areas provide a unique atmosphere, where the past and present converge. The lodge features 4 comfortable air-conditioned rooms each with 2 double beds and en suite bathrooms. An enclosed courtyard offers the ultimate in privacy and a great place to relax after spending the day exploring the wetlands. Two separate dining areas where breakfast and dinner are served are also featured. Additionally, the small chapel located inside the courtyard is another distinctive characteristic that symbolizes the town’s colonial traditions. Recently, an outdoor swimming pool was added for our guest’s enjoyment.During your visit at La Alondra’i you’ll have the opportunity to overnight at the satellite properties located deep in the marsh. These camps allow our guests to spend more time in the water without entering and leaving the marsh every day, but also this gives us the chance to fish different sections of the wetland every day. On top of this, you get to experience 2 nights in the middle of this wild natural reserve which is a unique experience.


We have all of the logistics covered. That being said, logistics for travel vary per person and seasonally. We are here and happy to help with any questions you may have. Give us a call or drop us a line.


• Sunscreen
• Clippers on retractor
• Headlamp
• Polarized sunglasses (we recommend Smith’s low light ignitor lens)
• Small waterproof pack for wading
• Reusable bottle for water
• Breathable rain gear
• International power adapter