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Delta El Tigre

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Delta El Tigre

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13-Day Trip in South America: Mountains & Beaches
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13-Day Trip in South America: Mountains & Beaches

This 13-day travel package will take you to the most impressive cities of South America.<br>Start your trip visiting the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires, known as the "Paris of Latin America".<br>Then reach Santiago, one of the largest and most sophisticated cities in Chile, stopping on the way in Mendoza, famous wine region of Argentina. <br>End your holidays in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, a city that offers a perfect combination of culture, nightlife, beaches and natural sceneries.
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Wesley C wrote a review Apr 2020
Tucson, Arizona6,768 contributions574 helpful votes
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Took a short 1-2 hour boat tour of the Parana River Delta. Lots of colorful houses on hundreds of inhabited small islands. Don't remember the name of the tour company -- there are several departing from the Estacion Fluvial (old train station). Most impressive building in Tigre is the old casino, now the Art Museum. Saw it briefly from the water -- wish we had an opportunity to go there, even if only for a photo stop. If you are spending many days in Buenos Aires, this is a nice opportunity to see some of the surrounding area. If you only have a day or two, I'd stay in the city where there are many more things I'd rather do.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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rachnmike2014 wrote a review Apr 2020
Christchurch, New Zealand13 contributions17 helpful votes
We found Tigre juts average. The delta is horrendously polluted and the boat tour was only mildly interesting. Having said this it is worth a look - just don’t pay too much for a tour - there are better things to spend your money on in Argentina.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Lilly wrote a review Mar 2020
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Great day out. There are many tours but decided to make my own way to Tigre. It is simple and much cheaper. You can use your SUBE card or buy a return ticket at the Retiro station. Train go every 15 min or so. Quite pleasant train journey. Once you get to Tigre, the town is nothing special but nice to walk around and see what is all about. So many catamarans and boats on offer and much cheaper than a tour package from Buenos Aires. Saturday is much busier, a lot of stalls along the river..strange that they do sell a lot or wicker stuff..I do recommend a day trip or a half day.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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evjohn wrote a review Mar 2020
n wales23 contributions39 helpful votes
5 hr trip from our hotel to the delta the young lady that was our guide was very good giving us a good rundown on route to the delta with 2 stops on the way.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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RamonaF541 wrote a review Feb 2020
Peoria, Arizona75 contributions57 helpful votes
We booked this excursion off of our cruise ship, and were pleasantly surprised at the beauty of the area! It is easy to get to by the train in Buenos Aires, so you don't need a driver. This is a very unique vacation spot for locals along the Delta. The architecture alone of the homes were very amazing. The boat ride is about an hour, and it went by very quickly. It is similar to the bayous in Louisiana, yet different enough and something we have never seen before in our world travels. It is a very natural setting, and does not seem touristy. Having been to over 100 countries, this is very unique and worthwhile.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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