Tigre TourismTigre HotelsTigre Bed and BreakfastTigre Vacation RentalsTigre PackagesFlights to TigreTigre AttractionsTigre Travel ForumTigre PhotosTigre MapTigre GuideHotels
All Tigre HotelsTigre Hotel DealsLast Minute Hotels in TigreBy Hotel TypeThings to doRestaurantsFlightsVacation RentalsShoppingPackage HolidaysCruisesRental Cars
Tigre CampgroundsTigre HostelsBusiness Hotels TigreRomantic Hotels TigreTigre Luxury HotelsTigre Beach HotelsTigre Family HotelsSpa Resorts TigreTigre Green HotelsBy Hotel ClassPopular AmenitiesPopular Tigre CategoriesNear AirportsNear Colleges
Tigre Tourism and Travel: Best of Tigre
Day-trip distance from Buenos Aires, the Tigre River Delta offers porteños (Buenos Aires residents) and tourists alike a playground for everything from horseback riding and hiking to fishing and swimming. Comprised of hundreds of tiny islands, the Tigre is about 20 miles northeast of Buenos Aires and is reachable from the city by trains, then by boat from the train station. While the main attraction here is the delta itself (formed where five rivers come together), you’ll also find a Naval Museum, restaurants and playgrounds for kids. Several tour companies offer day-trip excursions to the Tigre River Delta—but visitors also can book stays in area bed & breakfasts and adventure lodges.
Start planning for Tigre
Create a Trip to save and organise all of your travel ideas, and see them on a map
Places to see, ways to wander, and signature experiences.
A mix of the charming, modern, and tried and true.
Can't-miss spots to dine, drink, and feast.