- Updated On:
- September 24, 2021
Four privately owned islands in the Uruguay River with a total land area of 4,890 acres, home to unique native flora and fauna!
A dream come true for nature lovers! Ideal for ecotourism projects with stilt houses or tree houses, wooden walkways, for houseboat and canoe tours, a paradise for birdwatchers and fishing enthusiasts. Tree plantations would also be a potential option.
The islands are just a few minutes’ flight from Buenos Aires and Montevideo. A runway could be built. Travel by water to Colonia del Sacramento and Buenos Aires is simple.
The islands are only 19 miles from Fray Bentos and 50 miles from Paysandú. Both towns have ports and a bridge connection to Argentina.
These essentially uninhabited and untouched islands are currently inhabited only by an “administrator”.
It should be mentioned, of course, that during flooding, the riverbanks and low-lying areas become flooded.