- 5 hours (Approx.)
- Hotel pickup offered
- Mobile ticket
This tour is particularly recommended for those who love nature. It is very unique due to the services and characteristics that it offers. It combines the navigation of Rio de la Plata and the beautiful Tigre River Delta in a Premium boat (1.5hs). The first portion covers the North of Buenos Aires and after arriving to Tigre and having a little snack you will get to know San Isidro's Old Town before heading back to your hotel.
- Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
- Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
- Get up-close to native wildlife
- Ideal choice for families
- Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
- See native wildlife in their natural environment
- Professional Local Guide
- Hotel Pick-Up and Drop-Off
- Entry/Admission - Delta El Tigre
- Entry/Admission - Vivanco
- Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
Traveler pickup is offered
Pick-Up at centrally located hotels in Buenos Aires (Palermo, Recoleta, Downtown areas)
Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.
Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, you must contact the local service provider to verify your exact pickup time.
Returns to original departure point
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Delta El Tigre, Tigre Argentina
After pickup at 9am, head to the city’s port to board a first-class motor launch which will take you to the Tigre Delta. During the 1.5-hour trip, admire Buenos Aires from the Rio de la Plata (River Plate), its northern areas and the channels of the Delta, while enjoying refreshments on board.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Vivanco, Gral. Bartolomé Mitre 74, B1648 Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Enjoy a snack at Vivanco restaurant trying some hand-made empanadas. Be welcome to a sensory, friendly, fresh and natural environment located within one of the emblematic rowing clubs of the city of Tigre.
Duration: 40 minutes
Stop At: Puerto de Frutos, Calle Sarmiento 160, Tigre B1648APD Argentina
The Puerto de frutos is a small pier located on the banks of the Luján River in the town of Tigre, next to which the fruit market is located. Its name comes from the mid-twentieth century where the fruit production of the Paraná Delta used to disembark in that area, and was then marketed in the city of Buenos Aires
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Catedral de San Isidro, Avenida Del Libertador 16200, San Isidro B1642CKV Argentina
The Cathedral of San Isidro is a national historical place that stands out among the other temples of its style for its beauty and imposing design
It has a neo-gothic style and has a maximum height of 70 meters in its main tower. This Cathedral is the main Catholic site of the city of San Isidro in the north of Buenos Aires.
It dates from the late nineteenth century, and still maintains all its splendor. In fact, it has had restorations that have kept it as new.
Duration: 15 minutes
Hotel pick-up is offered for this tour. Note: if you are booking within 24 hours of the tour/activity departure time, we cannot guarantee hotel pick-up. Once your purchase is complete, we will send you complete contact information (phone number, email address, etc.) for our local operator to organize pick-up arrangements.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
- Small-group tour limited to 14 people
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Most travelers can participate
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
We didn't really know what to expect on this tour, and very much enjoyed it. Our guide, Enrique, was friendly and very knowledgeable. Coincidentally, we were on a city tour with him a few days earlier, and he was great. You'll learn a lot about Buenos Aires on this tour and have fun at the same time.
Very fun tour seeing a beautiful and unusual part of the area. Our guide, Enrique, was very organized, informative, and personable. I'd recommend this tour to anyone spending a few days in Buenos Aires who wanted to see what it looks like outside the city.
This is a tour of the Tigre Delta and some river towns. I was picked up by the tour bus at my hotel (Tango de Mayo). The boat was located downtown at the Puerto Madero (the richest and newest part of town). The boat was a bit crowded, seating wise, but I hung out in the back after our empenada and coffee complimentary snack. The Rio de la Plata is the largest (not longest) river in the world. You will not be able to see the Urugyuan shoreline. It is fresh water though. The boat ride itself was very pleasant . Pablo, our tour guide, was ever present to make sure our needs were met. There were beautiful homes on the islands. The boat ended at the river town Tigre. We had snack at the Italian boat club. We then proceeded to the Puerto de Frutos, which was rather bare since it was a Wednesday in March. We then proceeded to San Isidro, visiting the church there. Then we returned to Buenos Aires. The trip was relaxing and enjoyable. I would do it again.
Tour guide Natalie was wonderful, showed up at exactly the right time for hotel lobby pick up. She was such a nice person, and very knowledgeable in her touring. Excellent sense of humor. From pick up to drop off I was out for a total of 5.5 hours. The stop for empanadas was great. I did notice that some of the guests tipped her (as did I) but none of them tipped our driver. Please tip your driver folks.Thank you Natalie!
We had a great time on this tour, the boat ride through the Tigre delta was amazing. The bus ride back was good, but our guide, Marcela, made it much better with her knowledge of the area. She took the time to show us the sights and answer all of our questions.
I had an amazing experience in Tigre Delta Tour, tour guide was very knowledgeable and took care of the group in a very professional way. we were a small group therefore were lucky and able to learn a lot about the city! driver was also very kind ! thanks to all the team for making this happen!
Excellent tour! Well worth the money! The pace was perfect, our guide I think was named Alex. He's an architect and had tons of useful history and knowledge to share. We got endless quality photos and found the entire tour to be quite engaging.
Thanks a lot to our tour guide Ana, she was very comprehensive and the tour show me everything I wanted for my visit to Tigre Delta where we could get in touch with the nature and away from the City to get to know something completely different.
I spent that day with Claudia at San Isidro and Tigre and on a boat touring the Delta. She is very knowledgeable and engaging. Speaks English perfectly and will tell you a lot about Argentina. We would highly recommend this tour. She also made himself available to us with recommendatins for other activities.
The best part of this tour was the boat ride from downtown BA into the delta. Great way to see how the people live in that area. Highly recommended for those who want to get out of the city on a day trip. The lunch was good, the San Isidro part was less interesting to us, but a good way to end the tour.
A most interesting side trip out of Buenos Aires to a different world. Transport/commentary/Snacks all done with efficiency and enjoyment.A welcome break from the hustle and bustle of BA
Great tour. The Tigre Delta is beautiful and lots to see. If you were ever in the Catskill mountains in 60's or earlier it reminds you of the time when not everyone had a car and relied on the daily delivery trucks of different products for sale. That's the Tigre Delta. Small Island formed by the silt. Each island has a small group of bungalows with the only means of transportation is via the Delta boats. They have water Taxis, floating mini supermarkets, floating clothing stores and other general products. The homes or bungalows are the old and the beautiful new. Highly recommend for full day outing
We had a beautiful day there. Our guide was friendly and we enjoyed the whole day. The boat ride out to the delta was smooth and fast. When we got out to the Tigre delta islands they slowed so we could appreciate the feel of the island homes.
Lunch was very good and we enjoyed the whole experience.
This was an excellent tour with an enjoyable boat ride and an excellent snack at a restaurant in Tigre. Natalia was an excellent tour guide who was extremely friendly and very knowledgeable.
Nice boat ride after being picked up at the hotel. We received coffee and cookie upon the start of the ride that was a nice surprise. The ride on the boat was good and informative about the Delta and its people. We had a traditional brief lunch with empanadas followed by a walk in the market. Very pleased with the tour.
Our guide Eugenia was great. The colonial town of San Isidro is interesting. The boat trip out of Buenos Aires and on the delta is fantastic. I highly recommend this tour.
We enjoyed the Delta!
The tour began from our hotel and proceeded directly to the port. You board a great boat that takes you along the river that separates Argentina and Uruguay. The tour then proceeds to the delta which illustrates life on the islands adjacent to the mainland. After departing the boat, you will enjoy a nice Argentinian snacks and have some time for shopping at Fruit Market. You will then proceed to the town of San Isidro where you will exit the coach and do a limited amount of walking through the neighborhood and visit a church. You will then return back to your hotel in Buenos Aires.
Esteban makes the tour interesting and engages with clients from all over the world. This tour is appropriate for any visitor.
This was a beautiful tour away from the congestion of the city. We thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful scenery and our tour guide was great.
We enjoyed a great day on the Tigre delta with our guide who picked us up at the hotel and drove us to the delta area. River conditions cancelled the BA to Tigre boat tour and that probably resulted in a more interesting trip as we saw the many different communities on the way. The delta tour was very interesting - giving a good overview of a very unique lifestyle. Don't miss it!!
This was a five hour trip that included a boat ride from Buenos Aires along the Rio do la Plata to the Parana Delta with some exploration of the channels in the delta before landing at Tigre. At Tigre you board a small bus and stop for a substantial snack empanadas and a beverage at a local restaurant, 20 minutes or so to explore the Fruit Market primary handicrafts and furnishings Then a ride back to Buenos Aires with one stop to see the cathedral in San Isidra. Our guide, Julia, spoke clearly, even my father, who is hard of hearing, could understand her. The tour included being picked up and dropped off at our hotel, which was convenient.