Located almost 32 kilometers from the center of the city of Buenos Aires, the tiger area is a true natural oasis if you are looking to escape from the great concrete jungle. Its charm is due to the natural delta of the mouth of the Paraná River in the Río de la Plata, which forms thousands of small islands, most of which are inhabited by weekend houses, campsites, lodges and recreation centers.
The tiger is ideal for nature lovers, here in addition to walking through its canals and streams in “collective boats”, you can practice rowing, kayaking or any other water sport. There are also buildings of great historical value, such as the old regatta clubs or the Tiger Art Museum. Another must-see is the fruit market, a traditional crafts and furniture fair or if you travel with children, do not miss the Parque de la Costa, the most important amusement park in Argentina.
An hour’s journey separates the delta del tigre from the center of the city of Buenos Aires. The easiest way to get there is through the Miter railway, which ends right in this town. From the Miter railway station, trains depart every 10 minutes during the week and every 30 minutes on weekends. It is a fast, timely and quite economical service.
To have a complete visit of the Tiger Delta with its rivers, streams and islands it is necessary to take a walk through its waters. There are different options and prices with different routes with a duration ranging from 45 minutes to 2 hours. From the river station or the port of fruits, you can opt for tourist catamarans or the famous “collective boats”, which are the public transport of the islanders.