Shore Excursion: Small Group Tigre Delta Tour from Buenos Aires

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  • 6 hr

This share tour is particularly recommended for those who love nature. It is 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 an excellent boat. 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 the Cruise Port. We are granted by the safe travel seal of World Travel & Tourism Council.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Delta El Tigre

After Port pick-up, you will start the first portion of the tour by land as you are taken to Puerto Madero where you will embark.  During the one and a half hour trip you will be able to admire Buenos Aires from the Rio de la Plata (River Plate), its northern areas and the channels of the Delta, whilst enjoying refreshments on board.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At:

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

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

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
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