The event, held at La Armonía, where the access to the reserve is located, was attended by Governor Domingo Peppo, the Nation's Chief of Staff, Marcos Peña, the Nation's Ministers of Tourism and Environment Gustavo Santos and Sergio Bergman , respectively along with other municipal, provincial and national officials.
The Park of about 130 thousand hectares has a great value in terms of its biodiversity, it is inhabited by species such as the anteater, tapir, peccary, tatú cart and jaguar, as well as a huge variety of birds.
It is an area of importance for conservation that will allow to investigate and protect the largest natural remnant of the Chaco forest and at the same time it can become an interesting tourist attraction for the region.
The impenetrable can now be visited. Those who come can do various activities such as hiking, wildlife watching, contact with nature and the river and rest in the camping area.
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