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Private Half-Day Boat Tour to Tigre Delta

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Enjoy a private Tigre Delta tour which includes the comfort of a private car and private boat just for your. The tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off and a professional guide.<br />During the tour you will visit:<br /> <ul> <li>Tigre City: The starting point for a visit to Tigre Delta is this cute city called Tigre. Cradle of the argentinian rowing, Tigre will surprise you with its paceful atmosphere.</li> <li>Fruit Port : 'Puerto de Frutos', this is an open air market, open 60 years ago by the side of the river by the inhabitants of the delta. It is a typical place where locals spend week ends.</li> <li>Boat trip by Tigre Delta: geting a private motor boat (just for you and your family/friends) you will sail for 1 hour by different rivers and streams, sailing far away from the beaten tracks visited by tourist.</li> </ul>

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Explore the Tigre Delta region, named after the jaguars (called tigers in the local language) that once roamed the area, during this 5 hour relaxing  trip. Learn about the natural, cultural, and agricultural history of this area north of central Buenos Aires and enjoy a snack at a local restaurant. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.

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Official Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport Taxi Rates & Fares

Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport taxi rates given here are in the local currency (ARS or Argentina Neuvo Peso). Use our currency converter or the cheat sheet to the left if you would like to convert to your currency. Note that Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport taxi rates given here are for official taxis and unofficial or pirate taxis (discussed below) may be different. Drivers will also accept US Dollars.


  • Regular taxi fare to the city centre is ARS 88.


    Manuel Tienda Leon runs Remises (private cars) to the city in addition to buses. Fares are:


    Central parts of the city ARS 72
    Aeroparque airport ARS 62
    Florida ARS 56
    Ciudad Evita ARS 23
    La Plata ARS 101
    Lanus ARS 58
    Tigre ARS 80


    Drivers charge more for tourists than Argentinians.



 
Buenos Aires Taxi Payment: Cash
  • Always confirm with your Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport taxi driver if they take credit or bank cards and if there are any card fees.


Drivers will also accept US Dollars.
Tipping not expected but appreciated.: 5-10%



Official Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport Taxi Details

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There is a taxi stand outside the Arrivals Hall at EZE Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport. Municipal taxis for both Ezeiza and Buenos Aires are available outside both terminals at authorized taxi ranks (journey time is about 45 minutes). Transfer-Express operates a chauffeur service between Ezeiza and Buenos Aires, departing from both terminals.


The airport taxi meters in Buenos Aires start at a basic fare, but additional charges are usually made for luggage, late-night driving and travel on public holidays in Buenos Aires, so it can prove useful to ask the taxi driver about these before leaving. Taxis will carry a maximum of four passengers and some EZE Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport taxis are happy to accept credit cards.





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 Unofficial Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport Taxi Service or Hire Points

 

Hailing a non-prepaid taxi is not recommended for tourists, but if you do, be aware that there is a ARS 2 toll and ARS 0.80 toll if the driver goes by the autopista (as should be done); the tolls will be added to your fare. You should select a taxi that is dropping someone off. It works out to around ARS 50-55 to downtown. You should not do this unless you have some familiarity with Buenos Aires and speak Spanish well.



 Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport Taxi Scams


The dangers of hailing a taxi has received lots of press, but the information is outdated. Since 2005 the government cracked down on illegal taxis very successfully. Petty crime continues such as taking indirect routes or in rare cases changing money for counterfeits. Taxicabs that loiter in front of popular tourist destinations like the National Museum are looking for tourists. This may be inopportune for you. Your chance of falling prey to a scam increases in these situations, like having your money exchanged for fake currency. Stopping a cab a block or two away on a typical city street where locals would do the same is a somewhat better choice.




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Last Updated: 10 Jan 2017