GEOGRAPHICAL SITUATION OF PARANÁ DELTA
Paraná Delta is a great fluvial delta of 30 km², originated by the union of Paraná River and Río de la Plata. Situated at less than an hour from the capital city by train, the Delta gives tourists the opportunity to take a tour to this exuberant landscape. Besides, boat trip is still the best way to discover the city of Tigre (290,000 inhabitants), and its Delta. A vast number of canals meander between islands where many have chosen to live, permanently or temporarily. It is a pleasant tour to escape the hectic rhythm of Buenos Aires, either by taking a boat trip or exploring nature on a canoe or pirogue.
The main arteries of the Delta are Luján, Pajarito, San Antonio and Paraná rivers. The latter, that gives its name to the Delta, originates in Brazil and runs 3,700 km until it ends up in Río de La Plata.