Exploring the northern of Buenos Aires
Tigre City is located 21 miles from Downtown Buenos Aires. It is the gateway to Tigre Delta. It is a place formed by thousands of islands inhabited by a curious community.
After picking you up, we will drive north, visiting the elegant district of San Isidro where the ancient mansions once belonged to the wealthy families as summer houses during the XVIII Century.
A glimpse of the neo-gothic cathedral is a "must do". Once we arrive in Tigre City, known as "the cradle of the rowing", we will visit the city and the "Puerto de Frutos", a market opened 60 years ago by the "islanders", a place where you can find local handy crafts.
Later we get board wooden motor boat, and sail for 1 hour by different channels, enjoying nature and the local culture.
There is no way to get the islands by car, because there is no bridges or highways and everything must be taken by boat. However, you will see supermarket boat, taxi boats, ice cream boats, and many oddities!!!
- Your hotel or cruise port
- San Isidro (Colonial Quarter)
- Tigre City
- Puerto de Frutos (Fruit Market)
- Boat trip by different rivers and streams
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel
End Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel
Duration: 6 hours
Weather or traffic can affetc the duration of the tour.
- Private car (sedan like Ford Mondeo or similar). The car has 5 places (driver, 3 passengers and myself), if you prefer to be more confortable you should be 1 or 2 passengers.
- Boat trip is shared with other people
Estimated Local Cash Needed
800 AR$ - - Lunch, bottled water, snacks, etc
I am not a driver. I arrange for a private car and driver.
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Mirta was a great guide to this really fun and unique destination. Her English is excellent, meaning that we could get so much more out of our experience. She planned the day extremely well, giving us interesting historical tidbits along the way. I highly recommend this trip and this guide if you are in Buenos Aires!