- 5 hours (Approx.)
- Hotel pickup offered
- Mobile ticket
Enjoy a group tour in which you will visit the Tigre River Delta in the best way. Learn all about the history of this great natural spot of the Buenos Aires Province.
- Close encounter with wildlife
- Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
- Family friendly
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Professional guide
- Boat ride
- Entry/Admission - Delta El Tigre
- Entry/Admission - Vivanco
- Food and drinks, unless specified
Traveler pickup is offered
Pick up at centrally located hotels in Buenos Aires °Palermo area °Recoleta area °Downtown area
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: 45 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
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Anna was a very nice amusing guide - good to have a light hearted touch especially as we nearly missed the boat due to demonstrations and traffic jams. The boat trip was good but maybe put a few bottles of cold water on the bus/boat. Main comment was that the the house/museum in San Isidro closes ar 14.00 and we arrived 10 minutes before ( they had already closed but reopened a part of the house for a few minutes ). This is more interesting than the market in Tigre so maybe reschedule to get there earlier. Anyway a good day out.
Loved the boat tour through the islands... wonderful little getaway homes each with their own docks Camilla was a great tour guide. Lunch was very nice
A must see, so different from the city. Not expecting to see such beautiful little islands and simple lifestyle within an hour of Buenos Aires. Very well organized, guide Rosa very helpful and informative .
The tour was perfect from start to finish.I was picked up by Marcela, the tour guide and the van's driver Sebastien at exactly 915 in the morning, 15 minutes ahead of the pickup time that Viator sent as an email notification when they confirmed the tour. This is good as sometimes, my Argentinan friends normally do not show up on time, much more ahead of time. IThe weather was really bad - it was raining like crazy such that when we picked up the couple who were supposed to be on the same tour as I was, they cancelled their reservation. Marcela asked me if I want to go ahead or if I want to defer it to the next day. But I was travelling for home the following day so I did not have much of a choice, unless they will refund my cost. So Marcela and Sebastien went on the tour with me, much more like a personalized and private tour despite the rain and the flooding in some areas.The tour was perfect, though we did not do the river trip from Buenos Aires to San Isidro because of the storm. Nevertheless, I did not feel short-changed, I was taken care of in the best way, enjoyed the empanada we picked up along the way (as part of the cost), skipped the line in the river tour at Tigre.Marcela was a very good tour guide - her English is good, very knowledgeable about the attractions, and very accommodating of my request (e.g. finding a cash machine to withdraw money). Sebastien was also very courteous and polite, and drove the van safely.I recommend this tour to those who would like to get a glimpse of what Buenos Aires province has to offer.
It was interesting once we got to the Tigre Delta to see the houses on the canals between the islands and also see the produce boat, the trash boat and hear about how children are picked up and brought home by boat in the delta. The lunch at El Tigre was very good-- empanadas, and if you could not eat beef or pork, you could get a salad with chicken. The time we spent at the fruit market in El Tigre was so-so, as it was a weekday and a lot of the vendors were closed. Additionally, 20 minutes was not enough time to spend there if more vendors had been open. Marcela did a good job as a tour guide.
This was a lovely day away from the city centre . Tigre is a wonderful place full of character
Our guide was keen to give us as much insight into how this area worked and into all sorts of different aspects of life in Buenos Aires .
I would really recommend doing this tour.
Manageable sized group. Interesting boat trip from city and through delta. Guide was really good, informative and very helpful.
We did this tour with a small van full of people then we took a larger boat to Tigre. The boat ride was really interesting because you see lots of different houses near the water and it was fun to see and wave to all of the passing boats. It was a beautiful day and we were able to take lots of pictures on top of the boat and inside of the boat. From there were stopped in Tigre for quick shopping and a bite to eat then back to Buenos Aires by van stopping at the Cathedral at San Isidro. Our group was great and it was fun to meet and talk to other tourists and exchange stories and experiences. We felt that this tour was just enough time to see everything and feel like we had soaked up a lot of Argentine culture. We loved it!!!!! Our guide was Sandra...what a lovely tour guide...she was pleasant and friendly and she explained everything very well.
The Tigre Delta cruise was amazing, however we didn't get the walking tour of San Isidro which was a let down. However great way to see Buenos Aires and learn about the Delta.
Trip through the Tigre Delta was very interesting, the great part was ending back in Buenos Aires by boat so there was no repetition.
The tour was basically a boat trip not very interesting. Super crowded!
We loved this tour thanks to our tour guide Paulo who showed us a few highlights in Buenos Aires particularly around the embassy area. It was great to visit outside of the city. The boat trip was good fun and we enjoyed our visit to the market.
This was a great day out. Our guide Paulo was fantastic and very easy to get on with. We thought it was very enjoyable to visit an area outside of Buenos Aires and as an added bonus we visited the Palermo district I think where all the embassies are located. We enjoyed the boat cruise and our walk around the market. Thanks for making this a great tour.
Most of the time was spending on the car with a short stop at the San Isidro church. There was no time allocated for walking around to see the town at all. Tigre Delta cruise was OK.
Very enjoyable! A nice relaxing way to see another side of Buenos Aires life. Definitely do the lunch inclusion, as the food was excellent and at a lovely location.
We did this tour as part of a short stay in B.A. We found it a pleasant change from the city hustle and bustle and enjoyed our cruise on the delta. It was interesting to see how the delta people lived. Our guide Claudia was very helpful and knowledgable. A pleasant way to spend time in Buenos Aires.