This was located about 45 minutes from Buenos Aires. You get to tour the grounds and the museum on your own. If you want, you can ride a horse by yourself, or go for a cart ride. Around 1 pm we all moved into the...More
Your tour begins with pickup from your central Buenos Aires hotel and a transfer to Estancia Santa Susana by air-conditioned minivan.
The fiesta atmosphere starts when you arrive and are greeted with Argentine wine and homemade empanadas. Set out on a tour of the ranch and meet the gauchos, Argentina’s own version of the American cowboy. Depending on your preference, either enjoy a horseback ride or a horse-drawn carriage ride around the ranch.
After working up an appetite, tuck into a delicious barbecue lunch including a selection of meats and salads, accompanied by Malbec wine. Finish with sweet pastries and traditional yerba mate.
During the meal, enjoy a variety of live entertainment, including folk music and dancing, a tango demonstration, and a boleadoras show with weapon-throwing. Finally, the gauchos mount up for a spectacular horseback performance, showing off daring stunts, animal herding, and racing.
Your tour ends back in downtown Buenos Aires.
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We had so much fun on this day. Horseback riding and riding in a carriage. Getting to view the old ranch house. Sitting down to a wonderful meal with excellent grilled meats and very good wine. And then a tango show along with singing and...More
We were so looking forward to this trip but on being told to wait at the Tangol Office in San Telmo (downtown) to arriving at the ranch some 70 Km away, there were 3 hours and 20 mins waiting and travelling involved which meant only...More
We were in Buenos Aires just for a short time and chose the Santa Susana Ranch to experience gauchos, an Argentine BBQ, and musical performances. We thought it was a lot of fun! Starting with great empanadas and Malbec, we toured the ranch and learned...More
If you are an Australian who has ever been to a cattle farm....don't bother. We were expecting a full on experience and typical Gaucho food and entertainment. What we got was a mix of good and not so good. On arrival we were greeted with...More