We are going to have and incredible journey through the north part of Buenos Aires, where we will see parks, beautiful buildings and a great view of the La Plata River that is known as the longer river in the world. We will also see the Jorge Newbery Airport, the River Plate’s Stadium and the University City.
The route until the city of Tigre, the most important place for paddling in Argentina, has 30km. Once we are there, we board in a modern and panoramic Catamaran to enjoy the Paraná Delta in a safe and quiet navigation, which takes us to explore a labyrinth of small islands and streams that cross each other forming an incredible scenario.
In this journey we will learn about the islands and their flora and fauna. We will also have a recreation time and some water sports. In the end of this catamaran ride, we will land in an elegant residential area that is close to the river. This tour offers an interesting and complex route that takes us to San Isidro Main Station.
On this route we will learn everything about the islands and their flora and fauna, and we will have recreation and water sports. At the end of this route we will land in an elegant residential area that lies on the banks of the River. This tour offers an interesting and complex route, and will take us to San Isidro Main Station.
We will visit the old Cathedral to learn about its history and return to Buenos Aires by bus. To complete, we will also visit the Presidential Residence of Olivos.
Round trip sailing the Rio De La Plata
Buses Túristo in Tigre
Audio Guide on both
Children from 0 to 2 years old do not pay.
Children from 3 to 5 years old have a 50% discount.
In case of impossibility of leaving the tour due to the weather conditions, we reschedule the same to another date or the amount paid will be refunded in full.
Request for cancellation with 48h in advance: return of 50%;
Cancellation request with less than 24h in advance: no return.
Presentation 09,40 HS (Address Cecilia Guierson 300 - Sturla)
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Included: Transfer in/out