On board a rapid sailing boat or a cruise, the city offers various alternatives to enjoy its coast sceneries.
From the river, Buenos Aires
unveils other sceneries worth visiting away from the Metropolitan noise.
There are various navigation proposals at the Paraná delta and various rivers close to the city. One of them is Sailing Buenos Aires, which offers off-shore outings on a sailing boat or a cruise, both during the day and at night, either for 2 hours or the whole day, as well as a tempting getaway to the City of Colonia del Sacramento
One only needs to get away from the urban chaos and get on board one of the tours leaving from Puerto Norte, a modern marina lying just 10 minutes away from the commercial center.
Both on the sailing boat or on the cruise, passengers may experience a romantic evening, with dinner and background music in a harbor of quiet waters or try team work on a sailing boat with a group of travelers.
The crafts have a skilled crew that provides all the comfort to enjoy the river. In addition to the technological equipment for safe navigation, they are furnished with cabins, kitchen and bathrooms and various details adaptable to the group and the kind of tour desired.
The Charm of the River
The Río de la Plata seems to have no end. The idea is to let oneself be carried away by the gentle movement of the water and its sceneries or keep sailing until the sun sets over the city and see the moon appear.
The Buenos Aires harbor may be toured during 2 to 4 hours maximum, getting a privileged sight of Puerto Madero and the nearby buildings. Or head for Northern Greater Buenos Aires until Olivos is reached, with its sports harbor and its residential area.
Another destination is San Isidro, which displays beautiful mansions over the river cliffs where the delta begins.
In order to tour around the Paraná Delta, the sailing boat reaches the mouth of the Luján River and continues sailing with its engines on to get deep into such fascinating rainforest environment.
This is an all-day outing but it may also be enjoyed on a comfortable cruise-ferry for 8 passengers with an indoor area in case of bad weather. The second proposal takes shorter and always sails on quiet waters.
If you have a complete weekend to spare, the proposal is to leave towards the delta and reach the San Antonio River, on whose mouth there is an excellent spot to anchor. That is the place chosen to stay and rest in the company of the water and the birds. Likewise, there are excellent venues to stay at the delta.
A visit to the picturesque City of Colonia in Uruguay becomes real on board the cruise-ferry or else moving slowly on a sailing boat, which enables tourists to enjoy nature and the most absolute silence.
Just like we mentioned above, there are plenty of different programs but all of them offer a complete service and stand out for making navigation in Buenos Aires a memorable experience.