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Delta Day Tigre

#19 of 64 Tours in Tigre
Tigre, Argentina
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About Delta Day Tigre
Discover the Parana River`s Delta located at only 30 km from Buenos Aires in a one day tour guided by local islanders.We alternate navigation between narrow and shallow streams and larger and deeper rivers of the first section of the Delta islands with walks along the shore and through the heart of the islands. We offer a traditional Argentine barbecue and if you wish, also "Mate" with local bakery
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Camille F wrote a review Oct 2019
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Aime was a charming guide. She got to know me first and then gave be a personal insight into the Tigre Delta and San Isidro.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Sonia6869 wrote a review Apr 2019
Vancouver, Canada20 contributions20 helpful votes
We booked a day trip to Delta Tigre through our hotel. We were picked up at 9.15 from the hotel by mini van. There were 10 people including us on the tour. The guide spoke Spanish and English. She told little bit of the sites on the way and some history of Tigre. We arrived in 45 minutes and then were dropped off near the market to stroll around for about 45 minutes -1 hour. Then we were picked up by the van and taken to board a boat for 1 hour navigation to see Delta islands around Tigre River. It was 6 of us English speaking people on the boat. The guide on the boat spoke Spanish and Portuguese for the whole time. She came to us at the end and spent 10 minutes telling us about the islands and answering our questions. There wasn’t much of exciting view or something to see. It might be just us and place might interest other people. We were driven back after the boat tour to Bunoes Aires and dropped of 2 blocks away from the hotel around 1PM. It was waste of half a day. I wouldn’t recommend this tour.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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DDR1234 wrote a review Mar 2019
Johannesburg, South Africa646 contributions238 helpful votes
Take a boat trip on the Tigre delta to experience the magic. See how people live in houses on the delta, lots of picnic spots and camping spots along the delta.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Lizzieka wrote a review Aug 2018
Albany, Australia61 contributions43 helpful votes
5 people enjoyed an enjoyable day out on the Delta Tigre day cruise. Up there by cruise biat and return by bus. Lunch at the sailing club was excellent. Interesting to see the Fruit Markets ( with no fruit- Cane, pine etc), the various houses ( holiday and permanent) along the canal. Worth doing this day trip.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Richard M wrote a review Apr 2017
Las Vegas, Nevada309 contributions203 helpful votes
This 8-hour day turned out to be a private tour with guide, Santiago. It was booked on a Thursday through Viator. We virtually had the area to ourselves as B.A.ers escape to this area on weekends. The day started with a one-hour boat ride from Termina Fluvial de Sturla. Coffee and refreshments were served on board. We saw the sights change from city to country. Beachfront homes dotted the waterway. People were canoeing, wind-board surfing. As we approached Tigre City, there was an amusement park. All the while, Santiago was providing narration on the sights. We disembarked the boat and nearly had the place to ourselves. Produce markets, souvenir shops, many stores to shop. There are also many fairly reasonable places for lunch. There are tour buses included which will transport you to the stately mansions, yacht clubs, and markets. The return trip to B.A. was even more exciting as we took a scenic train followed by a frenetic subway ride to our final destination. Don't take the subway during rush unless you have a death wish!! It was a nice day.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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