The fourth day of the competition in Desafío Litoral will be, -no doubt about it-, one of the most assorted ones due to soil conditions, routes, and difficulties.
The stage is divided into two sections; the first one is more demanding in terms of driving and navigation. The sandy surface dominates practically the whole stage, starting in a narrow and fast section to get to a long section with footprints that call for a careful driving.
After a water splash, the stage has a short fast section to enter the area with footprints that then are lost. This leads to a cross country area where drivers have to dodge many lakes of different sizes, all of them closer to a big estuary which marks the course of the competition.
The end of the first section has a sandy section, which is not deep, but it calls for attention so as to keep the course of action. Pace changes are the key to this section, plus road conditions which continually change.
The second section is a little bit faster, but by the middle part competitors will have to drive over an old footprint along an embankment where any mistake they make has a price to be paid.
However, the end of the stage is very fast and it goes all along an important estuary which characterizes the area and the province of Corrientes.