Restaurant with horse carriage

Day 1

Buenos Aires - Pampa

In the morning you’ll take the comfortable public bus from Buenos Aires to Gualeguaychu. Here, you’ll be met by a local guide and transferred across the peaceful open pampas to your estancia. The green landscape is dotted with tiny villages and fields of grazing cows, bulls and horses. On arrival you can settle into your comfortable room. Afterwards, our host will tell you all about the estate, the estancia and of course the schedule for the next couple of days. All meals are included in your stay.

Estancia - Buenos Aires

Day 2

Estancia - Buenos Aires

After a hearty breakfast you’ll climb into the saddle for a horseback ride over the plains around the estancia. On the way, you’ll stop off to enjoy the views before riding back to the estancia for lunch. If horses aren’t really your thing, you can spend the day relaxing around the pool or reading under the shade of a tree.

Men playing acoustic guitars in Argentina

Instead of horse-riding, you can also take a bike ride around the area. There’s not much going on here but that’s all part of the charm. It’s a sleepy gaucho village with rusty cars, horses beating off the flies and dogs sleeping in the middle of the road. Packed with at-mosphere, it’s about as real as it gets. Towards the end of the day, you’ll travel back from Gualeguaychu to Buenos Aires where your trip ends.

Add to my Travel Plan

A peek at your accommodation

Combine this trip with...

Where to next? This trip goes together perfectly with these:

Recently Viewed