Tour per piccoli gruppi di San Isidro e del delta della Tigre
Il tour di gruppo che offriamo verso Tigre è unico nel settore viste le caratteristiche che vanta, come il trasferimento da Buenos Aires al delta in motonave di prima classe.
All'inizio del tour, ti dirigerai verso il porto della città a bordo di una motonave di prima classe che ti condurrà fino al delta di Tigre. Durante la gita di un'ora e mezza potrai ammirare Buenos Aires dal Río de la Plata, le zone settentrionali e i canali del delta, mentre gusti degli spuntini a bordo.
Dopo la gita in motonave, un minibus ti preleverà e ti porterà al Paseo Victorica, il più importante quartiere di Tigre e di Puerto de Frutos. Raggiungerai San Isidro, dove potrai visitare il centro storico della città e la cattedrale a piedi mentre gusti uno spuntino. Quindi, ammirerai le zone settentrionali della città e il palazzo presidenziale di Olivos prima di rientrare in città.
- Professional Local Guide
- Hotel Pick-Up and Drop-Off
- Entry/Admission - Delta El Tigre
- Entry/Admission - Vivanco
- Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
- Small-group tour limited to 14 people
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Most travelers can participate
We didn't really know what to expect on this tour, and very much enjoyed it. Our guide, Enrique, was friendly and very knowledgeable. Coincidentally, we were on a city tour with him a few days earlier, and he was great. You'll learn a lot about Buenos Aires on this tour and have fun at the same time.
This is a tour of the Tigre Delta and some river towns. I was picked up by the tour bus at my hotel (Tango de Mayo). The boat was located downtown at the Puerto Madero (the richest and newest part of town). The boat was a bit crowded, seating wise, but I hung out in the back after our empenada and coffee complimentary snack. The Rio de la Plata is the largest (not longest) river in the world. You will not be able to see the Urugyuan shoreline. It is fresh water though. The boat ride itself was very pleasant . Pablo, our tour guide, was ever present to make sure our needs were met. There were beautiful homes on the islands. The boat ended at the river town Tigre. We had snack at the Italian boat club. We then proceeded to the Puerto de Frutos, which was rather bare since it was a Wednesday in March. We then proceeded to San Isidro, visiting the church there. Then we returned to Buenos Aires. The trip was relaxing and enjoyable. I would do it again.
I thoroughly enjoyed the Tigre part of the tour. Romena was an excellent guide and we had a 2 hr. boat ride during which we saw all the homes and extremely high water because of the south wind. We had a nice walk and lunch and a bit of market looking in Tigre and then drove back to BA by way of San Isidro. We made only one stop at a small church in San Isidro. The scenery was not exceptional on the way and I didn't see why we bothered to go there.
I had an amazing experience in Tigre Delta Tour, tour guide was very knowledgeable and took care of the group in a very professional way. we were a small group therefore were lucky and able to learn a lot about the city! driver was also very kind ! thanks to all the team for making this happen!
Excellent tour! Well worth the money! The pace was perfect, our guide I think was named Alex. He's an architect and had tons of useful history and knowledge to share. We got endless quality photos and found the entire tour to be quite engaging.
I spent that day with Claudia at San Isidro and Tigre and on a boat touring the Delta. She is very knowledgeable and engaging. Speaks English perfectly and will tell you a lot about Argentina. We would highly recommend this tour. She also made himself available to us with recommendatins for other activities.
The best part of this tour was the boat ride from downtown BA into the delta. Great way to see how the people live in that area. Highly recommended for those who want to get out of the city on a day trip. The lunch was good, the San Isidro part was less interesting to us, but a good way to end the tour.
We enjoyed our day but would have enjoyed having more time in the town and shopping.