Tigre Delta Day Trip from Buenos Aires

Replace the bustle of Buenos Aires with the green countryside of the Tigre Delta! A popular weekend getaway for Buenos Aires locals, the delta offers lush scenery, a relaxing atmosphere, a boat and train ride and a chance to see another way of Argentine life. You can choose between a full-day and half-day tour, both of which include a cruise on the delta.
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  • Min price: $52.00
  • Recommended duration of visit: 4 hours
  • Departure Point: Tour departs from a central location in Buenos Aires; specific directions will appear on your confirmation voucher

Departure Times:

  • 4-hour Tigre Delta tour from Buenos Aires departing at 2pm
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  • 8-hour Tigre Delta day trip from Buenos Aires departing at 9:45am
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  • 4-hour Tigre Delta tour from Buenos Aires departing at 9am
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  • Good for:
    • Family friendly
    • Informative, friendly and professional guide
    • Get inside tips from a local
  • Operates: Daily
  • Inclusions:
    • Professional English- and Spanish-speaking guide
    • Boat ride on the delta
    • Train ticket back to Buenos Aires (only for the Full Day Option)
    • Hotel pickup (selected hotels; half-day tour only)
  • Exclusions:
    • Gratuities (optional)
    • Hotel pickup for full-day tour
    • Hotel drop-off
    • Food and drinks
  • Additional info:
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Note: Hotel pickup is only available for the half-day tour. If you choose the full-day tour, please add an X to the hotel pickup field upon check out. If you choose the 'Half-day' option, please advise your hotel upon booking or by contacting the local tour operator
  • Cancellation Policy: If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
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  • 3
    - 19 December 2017 -

    Really not much to see

  • 2
    - 01 December 2017 -

    Bus felt like it had no suspension and was very rough. Chose English speaking tour but ended up with a combination of languages. So unfortunately our guide had to deliver the same comments in several languages. Because of this there was continual talking by our guide and other passengers that had heard there version and then spoke to each other while some were still trying to hear what the guide was saying. Once on the Delta cruise the guide was more interested in her phone than ensuring her guests were looked after. i recommend you spend your money elsewhere as the tour barely rates 2 stars.

  • 2
    - 25 November 2017 -

    Tigre Delta was interesting to see. However, our guide was a student whose English was very poor. We were dropped in San Isidro for an hour where there was nothing to do except for seeing a church and a little Square.

  • 4
    - 30 October 2017 -

    It is good tour

  • 1
    - 28 October 2017 -

    Rip off- no lo recomiendo No son 4. Horas- its less than an hour on a boat u cannot even sit outside All crammed Son 2 en bus to get to Tigre and back No disfrute- i wasted my time and money

  • 4
    - 09 October 2017 -

    Trip was well run, delta definitely worth going to. And guide was good. However, this is a trip that would be pretty easy to do yourself as there was no hotel pick up and they return you via public train anyway

  • 1
    - 17 September 2017 -

    Tour guide was awful and rude.

  • 1
    - 30 August 2017 -

    Far TOO EXPENSIVE for what it is. Better book separately the ferry one way and go on your own. Take the tourist bus around Tigre and finally by the ticket train to go back to BsAs.... The group was me and my family and just another guy. I met the guide Patricia on the ferry station. She was nice, but all the way to Tigre she sat in another place, far from us! and gave absolutely no information about anything. If you add that that day was cloudy and foggy, we could not enjoy the views of the river, so it was quite boring. When we arrived at Tigre the guide showed us very quickly the surroundings, a small market, and left us alone for lunch so we would meet after lunch. When we asked, she recommended a restaurant which at the end was the worst restaurant we found in our whole trip ok this might not be the fault of the guide, perhaps we were not lucky that day. After lunch, we met our guide Patricia at the agreed place and it seems only then she started her job as guide, but poorly. We went walking and took the tourist bus. The guide did not have much relevant information to provide, only when we answered the questions. Before to finish the walk we even had to ask why this place was called Tigre. The guide preferred to talk about any other matter different than our walk around Tigre. After the trip, I discovered we did not visit some places like the maritime museum. Despite we passed by, she did not say we could visit it. We finished the trip taking the train that take us to Buenos Aires. After one week visiting Buenos Aires and Montevideo, I felt very disappointed for the huge price we paid for this trip, No doubt it was the worst experience of the whole trip far too expensive for what it is. Perhaps with a better guide it would have been better, but anyway my recommendation is the one said at the beginning: go and book separately on your own.

  • 4
    - 13 August 2017 -

    easy, interesting and highly recommended...only the stop at the old train station could be skipped.

  • 4
    - 13 August 2017 -

    I had the luxury of a guide to myself for this day trip to the Tigre Delta. The trip as a whole was good value for money and I would recommend it as an opportunity to see a fascinating side of BA and to travel by boat and train with both tourists and commuters. Once I'd found the boat - not easy without Google Maps - the first part involved an hour's cruise at some pace up the coast. Sit on the left and be prompt in boarding. The next phase involves getting on the hop-on, hop-off bus which has a Spanish/English commentary. The accompanying map is essential in following where you're going. This tour took about 45 minutes to complete the loop. Lunch was next - in the area next to the largest but closed fun fair in S America. Apparently the area is heaving with people at the weekend so if you don't like crowds but don't mind some things being closed then take the trip during the week. There are plenty of restaurants but they don't all take Visa. Post-lunch we rejoined the half-hourly bus and has a walk through the grounds of the Tigre Art Museum which is in a spectacular building. Then I had a choice of museums or places to visit - I chose the National Naval Museum which is in a hangar-like building a short walk from the art museum. It has a wonderful collection of models, charts, painting and other exhibits. Finally we walked for about 25 minutes back to the railway station where we boarded one of the frequent commuter trains to the main railway station which is at the end of the 'C' line - very handy! What would I change? The guide, I'm afraid. He was well meaning but a novice and his grasp of English was no good. I frequently say something which he would mishear and then I'd have to stop him and repeat what I'd said. In the end I gave up and we had a lot of silences which is not much good.

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