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9-Day In The Footsteps of The Gaucho: Argentine Estancia Adventure

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Get to know the life of the Argentine cowboys, or "gauchos" in the tranquility of a ranch surrounded by the most incredible scenery. Stroll through uninhabited forests, appreciate nature's contrasting colors and gaze upon the impressive mountains of Argentina's Patagonia. Explore the spots most tourists miss by discovering hidden glaciers and adventuring to where nature's maximum beauty is displayed.

This itinerary fully immerses you to the Argentine culture and the history behind it. It's a one-of- a-kind combination that includes the Andes vast forests, crystal lakes, enormous glaciers, and mountains that reach the clouds. This trip gives you the opportunity to simply admire the sheer and profound beauty that is Patagonia.

Itinerary in Brief

  • DAY 1: Arrival in Buenos Aires and Transfer to Estancia El Ombu de Areco
  • DAY 2: Activites at Estancia El Ombu de Areco
  • DAY 3: Buenos Aires to El Calafate: Estancia Nibepo Aike and Perito Moreno Glacier
  • DAY 4: Horseback excursion to the Third of April Lagoon and Puesto Cachorro
  • DAY 5: Horseback Riding and Lake Argentino Southern Arm
  • DAY 6: Say Goodbye to Estancia Nipebo Aike - Transfer to Estancia Helsingfors
  • DAY 7: Trekking to the Laguna Azul (Blue Lagoon)
  • DAY 8: Estancia Helsingfors/ Laguna de los Tres /Trekking to Hosteria El Pilar
  • DAY 9: Deaprture


  • Traditional Estancias
  • Patagonia
  • Buenos Aires
  • Trekking
  • Horseback riding
  • Multisport
  • Glaciers
  • Mountains
  • Argentine Culture

LOCATIONS: Buenos Aires, Patagonia


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