This is the most populated and touristy territory with a great deal of rivers and streams and canals joining the Parana de las Palmas River with the Lujan River. The aquatic avenues like Sarmiento, Capitan and San Antonio border the best Delta neighbourhoods, promenades, villas, and country inns in gardens abundant with azaleas and other native flowers. The place called “Tres Bocas” is a water corner half an hour from the port where it is possible to step ashore and have lunch in the open air as well as taking a walk on the shore of the Sarmiento River and the “Abra Viejo” stream. The “Rama Negra” Stream can be seen on foot in an hour starting at Capitan River (50 minutes from Tigre) till one reaches the picturesque “Espera” passing by the house where Marcos Sastre lived and wrote the book which paints the Delta as the promised land.
After passing the Parana de las Palmas River the Delta becomes more jungle-like and lonely with thick woods and aquatic plants. At one corner one finds the “El Tropezon” wooden classic hotel where writer Leopoldo Lugones took his own life (1874 –1938 ).