TOUR INFORMATION AND TIPS

Allow us to assist you to choose the tours which will most enhance your Argentina visit; We recommend those which we have personally enjoyed the most.

In addition, we will give you our valuable insider's tips—a collection of our staff and guests' experiences and feedback.

You'll be well-educated to make good choices to plan your Argentine holiday.

 

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Tours and Tips for Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires tango dancers couple

Buenos Aires is the best place in the world to dance and listen to tango, that's not a secret. This music has seduced millions of now tango fanatics around the world which after their first dance have decided to tango on for ever.


This sensual European-style city offers exciting urban day and night activities and a an incredibly favorable exchange rate to shop for a bargain prices.

Read below to learn about our suggested Buenos Aires tours and our
useful insider's tips for having the best time in Buenos Aires!

 
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Buenos Aires architecture

Buenos Aires casa rosada

Buenos Aires river skyline

Buenos Aires tour

Images of Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is certainly one of the greatest cities in the world, one that invites the visitor to discover its sensual secrets and history. Enjoy the best introductory private tour to Buenos Aires learning about the main highlights of this unique cosmopolitan city with our historian expert guides.

Buenos Aires is undoubtedly the Latin American city that most closely resembles the large cosmopolitan and aristocratic European cities. But beyond this, there is another Buenos Aires, one also known for the small colored houses of "La Boca" section and for the passionate Tango from the streets of "San Telmo". This mixture of the cool sophistication of a modern city with the pulsating sensuality of Latin America makes Buenos Aires an irresistible destination. In this tour you will visit the city's highlights, including its history, architecture and culture.

Since you will be doing this tour with a private vehicle and guide, you will have the freedom of enjoying each attraction at your own pace, making all the stops you want, enjoying personal assistance and care from our specialized guide.

Sites: Monserrat, San Telmo, La Boca, Puerto Madero, Palermo and Recoleta.

Stops: Plaza de Mayo, Plaza Dorrego, Caminito, Rosedal and Recoleta cemetery.

Duration: 3 hours

Guide: private English speaking historian guide

Transfer: private vehicle

Includes: transfers + historian guide

 

Insider's Tip 1 : Try to arrange your Buenos Aires city tour for the first afternoon of the day you arrive to Buenos Aires. This introductory tour will let you learn and understand Buenos Aires to then make the most out of your free time in this magnificent city.

 

Insider's Tip 2 : If you book a group (shared) city tour instead of a private city tour, it's strongly suggested that you book it with a company which provides a group city tour in only one language at the time (i.e. English). Try to avoid boring tours where guides talk in Spanish and then repeat in English!

 

Insider's Tip 3 : When you hire a city tour try to research about the education background and level of the guides the tour company uses. Higher educated guides will let you enjoy a far more enriching and interesting tour experience.

 

Insider's Tip 4 : When booking a group/shared city tour make sure to ask the tour company which type of vehicle they use for their tours. If they use a bus, definitely call the next available company to avoid being packed in a bus with more than 30+ other tourists in a most probably low quality and not worth-it city tour. Choose companies which use small vehicles like minibus, or vans, as they will guarantee smaller groups and a more exclusive and higher quality city tour experience. If you can afford it, definitely hire a private city tour. Private tours have the best guides in town. The overall experience in a private tour is much more intense, enriching and personalized than in a group tour. Plus, you will save a lot of time in transfers as you won't have to wait for the vehicle to pick up every traveler from their hotels to start the tour. Of course private tours are much more expensive than group tours, so if it does not fit in your travel budget then make sure you do a good research to know which group city tour company you want to hire for you BA city tour.

 

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Buenos Aires evita in car

Buenos Aires evita in balcony

Buenos Aires evita meeting

Evita and the Peronismo

Peronismo's history remains not only in books or memories. It has also left its signals in buildings, squares and neighborhoods. This tour spots these landmarks connected with this crucial political movement and we center on one of its major figures: Eva Perón. Her life, her political activity, her tragic death, the myth. Everything framed by a story that helps to understand contemporary Argentina.

Since you will be doing this tour with a private vehicle and guide, you will have the freedom of enjoying each attraction at your own pace, making all the stops you want, enjoying personal assistance and care from our specialized guide.

Duration: 3 hours

Sites: Plaza de Mayo, San Telmo, Congreso and Recoleta.

Stops: Former Eva Perón's Foundation, CGT, National Congress, Evita's grave at Recoleta cemetery.

Guide: private English speaking historian guide

Transfer: private vehicle

Includes: transfers + historian guide + entrance fee for Evita Museum

 

Insider's Tip 1 : If you are interested in politics and history this tour about the mythic Evita Perón will be fascinating for you. When booking this tours make sure that a stop at the CGT ("Confederación General de Trabajo") is included. Most tours of Evita Perón include the visit to the Evita Perón museum, plaza de mayo and Evita's grave at the Recoleta cemetery, but not many include the visit to the CGT (which is definitely a must-do stop to fully understand this complex political character).

 

Insider's Tip 2 : The Evita Perón museum is not open on Mondays, and only opens in the afternoons, not in the morning. Bear this in mind when planning your itinerary to be able to take this tour.Be sure to ask to the tour company if the entrance fee to the museum and for any needed entrance is included in the tour price to avoid any unexpected extra expense!

 
 

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Buenos Aires architecture

Buenos Aires house

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Architecture in Buenos Aires

From the magnificent early-twentieth-century buildings to the great rationalist heritage, as well as the uniquely Argentinean "sausage" house, the architecture of Buenos Aires is one of the most qualified, disconcerting and suggestive in the world.

Buenos Aires has always been, from its very beginnings, an international port of exchange; and the multiple sources of inspiration which have crossed cultural boundaries, together with the constant local tendency to re-elaborate, have, in only four centuries, consolidated a remarkable group of buildings with great architectonic, urban and landscape value.

The architectural highlights of Buenos Aires seen through its history are: The impressive surrounding area of Plaza de Mayo and the few surviving landmarks of the Colonial period; the magnificent public buildings of the early 20th century; the best examples of Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Rationalist architecture; the original and colorful houses of la Boca; an Argentinean invention: the “Sausage house” (lodgings of the European immigrants in the neighborhoods); and the contemporary trends in architecture and urban design. A complete introduction to the Argentinean architectural heritage.

Since you will be doing this tour with a private vehicle and guide, you will have the freedom of enjoying each attraction at your own pace, making all the stops you want, enjoying personal assistance and care from our specialized guide.

Duration: 3 hours

Sites: Downtown, Monserrat, La Boca, Congreso, Lavalle Square, Retiro, Palermo.

Stops: Plaza de Mayo, Caminito, Colón Theatre, Parliament, San Martín Square.

Guide: private English speaking historian guide

Transfer: private vehicle

Includes: transfers + historian and art guide

 

Insider's Tip : Request the tour company a tour guide with an architecture degree or specialization so you can benefit from a local art expert insight and experience to enjoy the most out of the rich architecture styles which Buenos Aires offers.

 

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Buenos Aires art

Buenos Aires painting

Buenos Aires paintings

Art in Buenos Aires

The cultural heritage in Buenos Aires grows constantly. This tour -guided by art historians of the University of Buenos Aires- is a selection of the best art collections of the city. The first stop is the institutional center, the Fine Arts National Museum. After that you visit the new and magnificent museum of Latin American modern and contemporary art (MALBA, Constantini Collection). Afterward, you head to the small but excellent Xul Solar Museum, which holds the best works of one of the most prestigious Argentinean artists; and finally you'll enter a gallery were you can see the last aesthetics challenges in contemporary art.

Since you will be doing this tour with a private vehicle and guide, you will have the freedom of enjoying each attraction at your own pace, making all the stops you want, enjoying personal assistance and care from our specialized guide.

Duration: 3 hours

Places: MNBA, MALBA, Xul Solar Museum, Gallery (the last gallery we will visit will depend on the weekday of the tour).

Stops: Plaza de Mayo, Plaza Dorrego, Caminito, Rosedal and Recoleta cemetery.

Guide: private English speaking historian guide

Transfer: private vehicle

Includes: transfers + historian and art guide

 

Insider's Tip : Request to the tour company a tour guide who has an art degree or specialization so you can benefit from a local architecture expert insight and experience to enjoy the most out of the rich architecture styles which Buenos Aires offers. If you are doing your own art explorations in Buenos Aires we suggest include in your art route at least the following places (address, phone numbers and websites provided, along with opening days and times).:

 

MALBA (Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires)

 

Address: Avda. Figueroa Alcorta 3415 (y San Martín de Tours)
Opens every day except Tuesdays, 12 to 8 PM.
Phone: 4-806-6500
Web: www.malba.org.ar

 

MUSEO NACIONAL DE BELLAS ARTES

 

Avda. del Libertador 1473
Tuesday to Sunday 12:30 Pm to 7:30 Pm (opens from 9:30 AM on weekends)
4803-0802 / 4803-4691 / 4803-8814 / 4801-3390

 

MUSEO XUL SOLAR (a must stop which is not always included in the art itineraries)

 

Laprida 1212.
Monday to Friday from 2 to 8 PM.
4824-3302

 

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Buenos Aires forgotten district

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The Other South: a Hidden Buenos A

A tour around "forgotten" districts of Buenos Aires, far away from the main tourist routes. Barracas, Nueva Pompeya, Parque Patricios and Boedo hold amazing stories and terrific buildings: old factories, wall paintings, secret societies, workers' dwellings, impressive churches and traditional cafés. This is an astonishing trip to the past & present of the popular neighborhoods in which immigration, labor movement, tango and popular literature play the main roles.

Since you will be doing this tour with a private vehicle and guide, you will have the freedom of enjoying each attraction at your own pace, making all the stops you want, enjoying personal assistance and care from our specialized guide.

Duration: 3 hours

Sites: Barracas, Nueva Pompeya, Parque Patricios and Boedo.

Stops: Lanín passage, Florentino Ameghino Park, Basilica of Pompeya, Boedo.

Guide: private English speaking historian guide

Transfer: private vehicle

Includes: transfers + historian guide

 

 

Insider's Tip 1 : It's always important to take a good introductory tour to Buenos Aires to learn about the main highlights of this cosmopolitan city and to also become familiar with moving around by your own in your free time. However, you will not be a Buenos Aires expert until you take one of the "off-beaten path" Buenos Aires tours which take you to visit the less touristic and known "pearls" of Buenos Aires! These sites are neither marked in tourist maps nor you will find an easy route to visit them (or to then return to you hotel after visiting them!) so always arrange that a knowledgeable guide takes you visit these amazing places which most tourists miss to visit.

 

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Buenos Aires Jewish cross

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The Jewish Heritage in Buenos Aires

The Jewish community of Buenos Aires, one of the largest in the world, is an active one which we look forward to personally sharing with you. On your half-day tour, we’ll provide insights into the history of how Jewish immigrants came to settle here, highlight events that have impacted modern-day Argentine Jewish community life, share with you the stories of some truly beautiful synagogues, and introduce you to the traditional Jewish Barrio, Once. Our tour includes a variety of sites of interest and your host looks forward to presenting an introduction to you on the richness of Jewish life here.

Your host will comment on the history of the Jewish immigration to Argentina, and the subsequent growth of the community, to one of the largest in the world.

You will visit Once— Buenos Aires’ version of the Lower East Side, a barrio which previously bustled with yiddishkeit: Jewish cafes, theatres, Yiddish press, Jewish schools, and businesses. Today, while all of the above still abound, the neighborhood has seen the influx of different ethnic business owners, and residents, and the flavor has certainly changed with time. In recent decades, thanks to opportunity and prosperity, many Jewish residents took the opportunity to move up and out, typically to Buenos Aires neighborhoods in the northern part of town. Though Once is no longer the Yiddish powerhouse of yesteryear, it merits a stop-off to enjoy a visit to a beautiful Ashkenazi synagogue, constructed in the early 1920s.

You will also visit the antique IWO (institute of Yiddish studies) and the place where the Israel Embassy stood before the terrorist bomb attack in 1992 where there is a memorial dedicated to remembering the lives lost in this terrorist bombing.

Duration: 3 hours

Sites: Retiro, Downtown, Once.

Stops: Once neighborhood, Israel’s former embassy; 2 or 3 synagogues and IWO.

Guide: private English speaking guide

Transfer: private vehicle

Includes: transfers + historian guide specialized in Jewish history + tzedaka

 

Insider's Tip 1 : This a great tour for the Jewish travelers or anyone interested in learning about the important Jewish community of Buenos Aires. To make it a memorable experience there are some places you must definitely include like the Once neighborhood, the Libertad synagogue (first synagogue of Buenos Aires) and Israel's former embassy. If you speak yiddish please don't miss visiting the IWO as there is an yiddish school and lots of yiddish literature to appreciate there.

 

Insider's Tip 2 : Ask your tour company whether you need to take with you or provide your passport information (some places like the AMIA or some synagogues will require your passport and background information to arrange a visit). Security in the Jewish institutions is very strict so don't take it personal or be disappointed if for example you are not allowed to get in when visiting the AMIA or some synagogues. To guarantee that you will be allowed to enter you must provide beforehand the security information that each institution request.

 

Insider's Tip 3 : The Argentinean Jewish community is in need of any help that you can provide. Every institution will expect for you voluntary tzedaka or contribution to help them serve the local community needs.

 

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Buenos Aires gaucho estancia
Estancia Santa Susana

Buenos Aires argentina folklore
Argentine folklore

Buenos Aires gaucho sortija
"Sortija" game

gaucho boleadoras
The "boleadoras"

Buenos Aires gaucho old bar
Old Gaucho bar

Buenos Aires gaucho with horse
Gaucho

Buenos Aires gaucho bedroom
Antique bedroom

Gaucho Traditions & Folklore of the Pampas

Enjoy a full day learning the aspects of the Gaucho's life in an ideal opportunity to sample the traditional Argentine country life the way it is in the natural surroundings of the Pampas. You will depart from the hotel towards Cardales neighborhood, only 57 miles (90 km) from downtown Buenos Aires, to visit Santa Susana Estancia ("estancias" are a kind of ranch). Santa Susana’s 3000 acres (1200 hectares) are devoted mainly to agriculture and cattle breeding.

Upon arrival a welcome drink with empanadas (meat pies) will be served at the Pulpería (Ranch's Pub or Gaucho bar). Later, feast on a typical Argentine barbecue accompanied by Argentine wine. Argentina is famous for it's beef. Millions of Angus and Hereford cattle graze on the grasses of the Pampas, and the result is beef of exceptional flavor, especially when grilled slowly over coals. As you finish your lunch, enjoy a show with folk and tango music and dances.

The field day culminates with an exhibition and mix-up of matched-together horse herds (tropillas), and the autochthonous horseback sport called "carreras de sortijas" (ring-races), all of which show the remarkable dominion exerted by the gaucho upon his horses, where they put on an exhibition of bold, skillful horsemanship.

Late in the afternoon, a snack consisting of home made pastries, tea and "mate" (an typical argentine drink made of herbs) will be served. Horses and carriages are available for rides. The strolls in typical one-horse carriages called "sulkies", or just riding on horse-back, will show the visitors the enchantment of the Argentine land, the beautiful landscape, its growing crops, and let them feel the incomparable wild aroma in the air.

The Gaucho
In the last century, they were nomadic horsemen and cowhand, roaming the Argentine grasslands, who hunted and traded cattle. The gaucho's weapons are the lasso, knife, and boleadoras (or bolas), a device made of leather cords and three stones that is thrown at the legs of an animal to entwine and immobilize it.

"The Gauchos, or countrymen, are very superior to those who reside in the towns. The Gaucho is invariably most obliging, polite, and hospitable: I did not meet with even one instant of rudeness or inhospitality. He is modest, both respecting himself and country, but at the same time a spirited, bold fellow..."
Charles Darwin

IMPORTANT: This is a nice tour but its only drawback is that it is done by very large groups (in cruises season sometimes more than 600 people do this tour every day). Therefore, if you prefer more exclusive tours we suggest requesting one of our specialized private tours in Buenos Aires.

Duration: full day

Guide: shared English/Spanish speaking guide

Transfer: shared vehicle

Includes: transfers + Lunch with beverages and wine

 

Insider's Tip 1 : In this and any other group tour it is very important that you don't get delayed to enjoy the most out of the activities offered in this tour with a minimum waiting time. For example, after arriving at the estancia and getting the "empanada" (mini meat pie) who straight to the horses stable before touring around the estancia. This way you will have a much shorter waiting time for your horseback riding than if you arrive last to the queue. The same advice works for the gaucho and horsemanship exhibitions.

 

Insider's Tip 2 : During lunch you will be served some "parrilla" or grill delicatessen like a black and thick sausage called "morcilla" or "mollejas", "chinchulines", etc. Our advice is that no matter if you like how these stuff looks, get a piece of each on your plate and try it, hopefully you will write us to thank us about this "tasty" advice!

 

Insider's Tip 3 : Most often, tour transfers are done in air conditioned vehicles which tend to be a bit too cold. Therefore, a sweater or pullover always comes in handy. We suggest always carrying one with you, hence avoiding the risk of catching a cold because of these sudden changes in temperatures.

 

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Buenos Aires astor piazzola
Astor Piazzolla

Buenos Aires tango theatre
The theater

Buenos Aires tango dancers
The dancers

Buenos Aires tango couple


Buenos Aires piazzola instrument
Piazzolla's bandoneon

Buenos Aires musician

A Delightful Tango Night at the Astor Piazzolla Theater

We invite you to experience an evening of passion, charm, beauty and sensuality; a night of Tango at the new Art and Theater Center dedicated to Astor Piazzolla, the most inspiring and gifted tango composer of the twentieth century.

As Carlos Gardel is the key figure of Tango’s classic era, Piazzolla is the key figure, developer and inspiration of the New Tango era. On July 4, 1992 the Tango world cried over Piazzolla’s death. For decades Piazzolla had been the Tango ambassador to the World, like he once said “I was born in Argentina, raised in New York, found my way while in Paris, but every time I go on stage, people know I’m going to play the music of Buenos Aires.” This top-notch show of classic and new tango that you will enjoy is our tribute to Piazzolla and his fascinating music.

The place where you will enjoy this show of classic and new Tango is as fascinating as the show itself: the palace in Galeria Güemes, first opened in 1915 and closed for the last 30 years. More than a million dollars where invested to renovate this space which in 1915 was the tallest building in Buenos Aires.

The dinner menu includes many options, such as:

Appetizers:combination of tiny home-made “empanadas” (oven-baked turnovers stuffed with chopped beef or tomato, cheese & basil) or beef slices in vitel sauce or mini argentine cheese croquants served with fresh salad & red grapes.

Main Course:home-made pasta or beefsteak in its sauce served with saffron potatoes & vegetables or basil-spinach stuffed chicken rolls on bed of risotto & toasted almonds.

Desserts:burgundy pears (sliced pears with zabaglione ice cream & candied figs) or home-made custard with “dulce de leche” & caramel sauce or chocolate mousse with walnut crust.

Beverages:soft drinks, mineral water, red wine (Malbec Cabernet and Malbec Syrah) , white wine (viognier chardonnay) and sparkling wine (Argentine champagne).

Duration: 3 hours - show duration: 1 hour and a half

Transfer: shared transfer

Includes: transfers + dinner with beverages and wine

 

 

 

Insider's Tip 1 : When choosing a place for your tango show make sure to:

 

  1. Ask how big is the place where the show is performed. Try to choose places which are big enough to provide comfort, but small enough to provide an exclusive and close range experience.

  2. Try to talk with friends or people who have already visited Buenos Aires or seek expert advice to know the quality of the musicians (music has to be live and performed by an orchestra, be sure to check on this), quality of singers, quality of dancers, and last but not least, quality of the food if you are also attending a dinner before the show.

 

Insider's Tip 2 : Make sure to arrange to go a dinner andtango show, not only a tango show. The price difference between a tango show Vs a tango show with dinner is very small and the quality of the food, if a good place is chosen, is quite good (not as excellent as in a first-class restaurant). But most important, if you arrange to only assist the tango show and not to the dinner before the show, you will have the worst or just the "leftover" locations not taken by the people who came early for dinner before the show. When asking about the price of the dinner and tango show be sure to ask if beverages are included and if not which is their price to guarantee you won't be ripped-off by a too high extra-cost for the beverages during dinner.

 

Insider's Tip 3 : Going to a milonga (a tango dance club) is an absolutely different experience than going to a professional tango show, but they are both complementary. To assist to a milonga (which is something not easy to safely arrange without expert advice) is an opportunity not only to see tango dancers but to personally dance tango (which you can't do at a tango show, where you just listen and watch). Milongas can be attended by people willing to dance tango but also by people who want to see tango in a spontaneous (not choreographed) and improvised setting. In a milonga you can see a lot of beginners, some intermediates, sometimes a few tango maestros because the top tango maestro are dancing and earning their living in the professional tango shows! Thus, when you go a professional tango show you will only see the best tango dancers, musicians and singers which Argentina has to offer, most of them considered the best tango maestros in the world. Plus, in a proffesional tango show you will enjoy live music and a top-notch orchestra while most milongas only play recorded music. Most probably you won't listen to live tango singers in a Milonga (which is a very nice part of tango) and you won't definitely see the beautiful, expensive and creative tango costumes that professional dancers wear on the shows to let you enjoy not only the tango music but the tango style. In addition, some professional tango shows are set up to show you the different varieties of tango-styles (salon-style tango, milonguero-style tango, club-style tango, canyengue-tango, fantasia-style tango, etc) that you won't see all in a milonga. Tango shows also display the different types of tango costumes (as varied as the tango dancing styles) which are very nice (and sensual!) to see. Some people don't go to tango shows as they say they are "only for tourists" and that's absolutely incorrect. Professional tango shows in Buenos Aires are done for people who want to enjoy a top-notch professional tango experience, most probably the best tango show they will see in their lives.
So you definitely have to go to a tango show and if you are a tango lover then make sure to also go to a milonga (or more than one as each milonga offers different tango experiences). You can also take some private tango lessons to show your first tango steps when going to a milonga (or to show off with your friends and relatives at home!).

 

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Buenos Aires train

Buenos Aires river boat

Buenos Aires river islet

Buenos Aires river villa

Buenos Aires river house

Buenos Aires river boats

Navigation at the Tigre Delta - The Third Largest Delta in the World -

At only 19 miles (30 km) north of Buenos Aires downtown there is an extraordinary ecological area: the Paraná River's Delta, also known as the Tigre Delta.

The Paraná River Delta is a 14,000 square kilometer (8750 square miles) area where thousands of islands and inlets, water channels, rivers and backwaters form a sub-tropical wonderland about twenty miles northeast of Buenos Aires. The Paraná is South America's second longest river, after the Amazon river in Brazil.

This day tours starts in our tour bus heading for Olivos neighborhood, from where you start the journey to Tigre neighborhood in the "Tren de la Costa" (Coastline Train), a beautiful train which connects the most elegant residential areas facing the Rio de la Plata (Silver River). This train ride takes 30 minutes and it allows us to see the Northern zone in a different way, always bordering the Río de la Plata.

You make a stop at San Isidro station before arriving to the Delta station where you board a modern panoramic catamaran boat to discover the wonders of the Delta of the Parana River and thousands of islands and islets crisscrossed by rivers and brooks.

This delta is the third in the world as regards size, following the famous Nile River Delta (in Africa) and the Amazonas River Delta (in the North of Latin America). Nevertheless, its 27 thousand square kilometers (17 square miles) have been hardly explored.

Its most outstanding flora is located in the third section of Tigre and is made up by poplars, ceibos, rush, wicker, cane and willows, from which wood is extracted. In the spring, the azaleas, honeysuckles, hydrangeas, wisterias and orchids delight the sight and the sense of smell of tourists approaching the river.

After this delightful navigation you return to your hotel.

Duration: 5 hours

Guide: shared English/Spanish speaking guide

Transfer: shared vehicle, train and catamaran

Includes: transfers, train ride, boat ride and guide

 

 

 

 

 

Insider's Tip 1 : Most often, tour transfers are done in air conditioned vehicles which tend to be a bit too cold. Therefore, a sweater or pullover always comes in handy. We suggest always carrying one with you, hence avoiding the risk of catching a cold because of these sudden changes in temperatures.

 

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