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A boat tour from Buenos Aires to Tigre is a relaxing way to get out on the water and see a different side of the city. Sail by sights such as University City, the impressive San Isidro neighborhood, and the Delta de Parana before docking in Tigre. Upon arrival, spend free time enjoying the area's charming markets and museums before returning to your Buenos Aires hotel.
Plata River cruise from Buenos Aires
Sail to Tigre and spend free time exploring
See a different side of Buenos Aires along the Plata River
The tour was not as advertised. We did not take a boat to the Tigre area and then have time to explore museums and shops. Instead, they spent the first hour driving around BA picking people up and the next hour plus we sat in traffic on a bus. There was decent bilingual guiding on the bus, but this was really the only info we receievd. Upon arriving in Tigre we were rushed through a crowded tourist area (complete with McDonald's, drink stands, and tons of people) so fast that I was worried we would lose the guide and be left behind. We got onto a boat with no guide (he stayed behind in Tigre) and for the rest of the trip we receieved only 3 english pieces of information: 1) our time on the water was being cut short, 2) there was a tall steeple in the distance, and 3) lots of different types of boats use the water for recreation. The boat was hot, some seats were starting to reach a point of disrepair, the traditional snack was a prepackaged small muffin (think quality and freshness of a little debbie snack cake) and we spent the vast majority of the time sitting in the rather ugly rio de la plata staring at downtown BA rather than going around and learning about Tigre. There was never any mention of shops or museums and we only spent about 10 minutes on the water in Tigre. After about an hour in total on the water, we then had to sit in traffic again in a van that took 4 or 5 different groups of people back to their hotels. This was no longer a tour but merely a ride. When I complained, the company did give me 1/3 of the price back, but I still found this to be the most disappointing trip experience I had in 3 weeks of traveling. Not at all what was advertised or what we were looking for.