Getting There :
You will fly to Buenos Aires, then depending on the schedule, either spend the day in the city and take the overnight first class sleeper bus to Mercedes or Goya arriving in time for a full day of fishing, or overnight in Buenos Aires and take the morning flight to Corrientes where you will be picked up by your guides. You can take the bus one way and fly back. If you would like to spend your first night in the city, you can fly both ways. The airlines from the U.S. generally land in Buenos Aires in the late morning or early afternoon and depart in the late afternoon or evening. Fishabout will be glad to help you find the most convenient and cost effective schedule.
Airport Transfers: The bus leaves from Retiro and the domestic flights leave from Aeroparque, both of which are across town from the International Airport. You can purchase a ticket outside customs for the bus that takes you to downtown hotels, the bus station or the domestic airport or take a cab.
Documentation A valid passport is required to enter Argentina, a visitors form will be issued on the airplane to be filled out and presented when going through immigration. A reciprocity fee of $180.00 is levied by the Argentine Government and must be applied for on line prior to travel.