Horseriding And Gaucho Lunch In The Argentina Pampas

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Horseriding And Gaucho Lunch In The Argentina Pampas (BUENOS AIRES)

Highlights
Live the Gaucho life style on The Pampas as a once in a life time experience. Book a full day horse back ride on beautiful country roads. An authentic experience within a Gaucho atmosphere.

You will ride on a typical Criollo Horse and will be guided by an expert bilingual gaucho who will show you the Provincia de Buenos Aires’s culture in a day you will never forget.

STARTS
BUENOS AIRES (AR)
Downtown meeting point at 8 30 am
ENDS
Downtown meeting point around 06 pm
DURATION
FULL DAY
FREQUENCY
EVERYDAY
SEASON
All year round
INCLUDED
Transportation from/to Buenos Aires
Saddled horse
Bilingual guide
Picada Campestre”(sliced cold meat, cheese and finger food) and drinks
PHYSICAL REQS.
Only suitable for people between 12 and 75 years old
Not advisable for
-Overweight people
-People with diseases with risk of functional impairment or organic
-People with disabling diseases in relation with coordination or motor
Not suitable for pregnant women
DIFFICULTY
Low/Medium
WHAT TO BRING?
Comfortable clothing and suitable for the weather.
Sports shoes or boots
We recommend to wear a backpack and sun hat and to carry sunscreen.
OTHERS
-This tour will be cancelled in case of heavy rain.

Details of Horseriding And Gaucho Lunch In The Argentina Pampas

In the morning, we will pick you up from Buenos Aires City Centre and we will drive to Pavon, Partido de Exaltacion de la Cruz. (60 km). 
After approximately 1 hour we arrive at the cattle working ranch where we will mount the horses and from where we will start the ride by country roads. 

After about 2 hs we will stop to rest, refresh ourselves and drink mate. We will continue the ride for another 2 hours during which we will watch beautiful country landscapes and observe a great number of horses, cows, birds and characteristic trees of the Pampas. Also soya, corn and wheat plantations. The bilingual guide will teach you how to interact with the horse and basics of Gaucho equitation and will give explanations about flora, fauna and history of the region which, just 140 years ago, it was the border with native territory.

 Once back to the ranch we will unsaddle and enjoy a tasty “Picada Campestre”(sliced cold meat, cheese and finger food).  After eating we will return to the hotel in Buenos Aires.
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OptionTravelersValid DatesRates
GROUP SERVICE0 - 0
[RATE x PERSON]
01/05/2017 - 31/12/2017
AgeRate
AduUSD 141.00
ChdUSD 141.00