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Delta of Tigre Tour

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Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Daily

  • Duration

    4 HOURS

  • Start time

  • Meeting Point
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    • Delta of Tigre Tour,
    Buenos Aires, Argentina,
  • Ending Point

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  • Price same or lower than local rates
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Overview

Our excursion to Tigre let you visit this famous Delta region to enjoy its natural beauty and original lifestyle of the locals.

The Tour to Tigre consists on a trip to the north of Buenos Aires. First you will enjoy the center of San Isidro after reaching Tigre City where we will embark a catamaran for a travel along the rivers of the Delta.

You will be picked up from your hotel where you will board a comfortable bus. This one will cross on its journey along Avenida Costanera that is parallel to the Rio de la Plata giving us beautiful landcapes of our river.

The first stop will be in San Isidro City. Our guides will take you to visit the beautiful Cathedral of San Isidro and popular mansions habited by ancient aristocratic families of Buenos Aires. Then you will get on the bus to continue the journey to Tigre.

In Tigre we will go aboard a catamaran where we´ll enjoy 40 minutes tour of the Delta. There, we can see the landscape of rivers and streams that cross forming numerous islands. You can see the lifestyle of the local people and how they interact with services operating on a floating way in rivers: boats, rafts, water taxis. You will also see houses built on stilts and the house-museum of president Sarmiento.

At the end of the boat ride, you will return to the port to board the bus again and make your way back to Buenos Aires.

Languages
English, Spanish and Portguese

Inclusions

  • Transport
  • Tourguide

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