9:45am: Our Tigre Delta Day Trip By Boat begins at the Terminal Fluvial de Sturla in Puerto Madero, where our tour guide will meet you.
10 - 11:45am: We’ll sail along the Río de la Plata towards Tigre and get incredible views of Buenos Aires on the way.
11:45 - 12:15pm: We’ll get to the Delta del Río Paraná where we’ll sail between lots of little islands and you’ll get to see the unique lifestyle here, with floating taxis, rafts and even shops dotting around.
12:15pm: Jumping off the boat in Tigre, we’ll head onto the tourist bus. This comfortable bus is the best way to see the area, as it takes you round all the main sites whilst also playing an informative audio to fill you in on the historic importance of each.
1pm: We’ll make our first stop at the Puerto de Frutos, a popular tourist spot for locals which used to be a landing port for market goods. Each weekend it is flooded with locals escaping Buenos Aires and looking for some respite by the river. You’ll have some free time to visit the fair, take pictures, buy souvenirs and even get your hands on some handmade crafts.
1:30pm: After this, you’ll be able to get some lunch at one of the many restaurants and stalls in the area. Over the years, Tigre has become a foodie hub with plenty of choice between typical Argentine dishes and international cuisine (lunch not included).
2:30pm: Back on the tourist bus, we’ll make our second stop in Paseo Victoria, a remarkable place full of nature, views of the river, gastronomy, rowing clubs and historic museums. If you fancy, you can visit one of the following museums: Museo del Mate, Museo Naval or Museo de Arte de Tigre (entry not included).
4:15pm: We’ll head along to the Tigre train station. 4:30 - 5:30pm: Our journey back to Buenos Aires will get into Retiro station at around 5:30, and here is where our tour will come to a close.