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Stunning traditional architecture in Tigre, Argentina

Tigre Delta

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Visitors to Buenos Aires should not miss the 9-square-mile island city of Tigre, just north of the metropolis. Along the walk, your guide points out historical structures and sites. The local market entices you with primitive weavings, cane and willow furniture, sweets, and exotic flowers. End with a guided ferry tour of the picturesque delta. Sail along the Paraná River delta, past numerous waterways, islands, yacht clubs, and weekend residences. Return your accommodation after your  5-hour trip.
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  • Explore the Tigre Delta region with a local guide
  • Visit the famed local market for weavings, furniture, flowers and fruits
  • Enjoy a guided ferry ride through the Paraná River delta
Activity Level: Relaxed
Involves minimal physical effort and is typically associated with leisurely activities. Activities are low-intensity or last less than a few hours each day.

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Day 1: Tigre Delta

Going north from Buenos Aires, for 5 hours you will experience Tigre and the highlights on the way. The guide will point out the most emblematic and historical buildings and will tell secrets about this huge green area only one hour away from the city's downtown.

Known as the “subtropical Venice”, the Delta is an endless surface where the river is everything: people can only move by boat. Everything is subject to weather and especially to the River tide. The “Puerto de Frutos” -the old fruit port- is nowadays a handicraft market with lots of products made in this area, mainly with wood, wicker, and bamboo.

This tour is approximately 5 hours and is subject to weather & water conditions.

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Good to ideal period to travel, and many people choose to visit at this time.
Chance for unpredictable weather but with fewer visitors.


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