| The Mesopotamia is framed by two great rivers, the Parana and Uruguay, that include/understand three provinces with different appearances: Between Rivers, Currents and Missions. These two rivers come together forming a delta, to give birth to the River of the Silver. Between Rivers it is to per it of green plains unfolded between blades and lomadas, however, Currents and Missions form an incomparable unfolding of color, due to the biological diversity of the paranaense subtropical forest, the red Earth and the Humedales of the Iberá.
The National Park Iguazú, created in 1934, protects 60 thousand hectares (plus other 7000 of natural reserve) where are based the Cataracts of the Iguazú. Nailed in the border between Argentina and Brazil, they are Natural World-wide Patrimony of the Humanity from 1984.
In the province of Currents, is one of the more impressive humedales of wild life of the world: the MATTING Of the IBERA. This rich ecosystem constitutes the controlled biological area of greater surface in the country. The IBERÁ is a true and efficient regulating water dam. The matting form in great inundables land depressions, where the vegetation forms true floating islands.
One of more impressive the natural spectacles of the Mesopotamia Argentina, is the Jumps of the Moconá. Three kilometers of interminable waterfalls of up to 15 meters of height, in which hundreds of jumps conjugate with the breeze producing a true natural concert, unique in the world.