Horseback Riding In Argentina

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With its seemingly countless array of dramatic landscapes, Argentina may be the perfect area for spectacular riding. The country stretches from the gorgeous Iguazu Falls in the north to the ranching country of the wide-open Pampas, and finally to the southernmost edge of the earth: Patagonia.

Its a fantastic idea to combine your vacation in some of the hotels in Argentina with a horse riding.

Horseback riding is a great introduction to the gaucho culture, which, as opposed to that of the American cowboy, is still thriving. A number of horseback riding expeditions use estancias, or guest ranches, as a launching point for excursions. Here you'll be able to experience Argentine ranch life at its most authentic, since most estancias permit you to witness and even frequently participate in daily activities. By visiting an estancia you've accessibility to some of the greatest riding locations in Argentina that are frequently in the remote valleys and huge pampas that teem with wildlife.

Leading Regions for Horseback Riding

Horseback riding estancias are situated in many sites in Argentina. The most accessible are only an hour or two from Buenos Aires, inside the area known as The Pampas. Most other regions including Mendoza, Salta and Cordoba have estancias that offer you attractive riding excursions to their visitors. Nearby you can find almost certainly the coziest hotels in Argentina, so you can enjoy your horseback riding as much as you possibly can.


Patagonia is also a good area for horseback riding, particularly in the foothills of the spectacular Andes, surrounded by snow-covered peaks and crystalline rivers. A particular highlight is riding in pretty regions including in El Chalten - the hiking paradise - or in Chile's remarkable Torres del Paine National Park.

Atacameno Route

When you definitely need a gaucho experience you're going to remember for a lifetime, you could possibly ride part of the old route of the Atacameno gauchos, once more than 620 miles (1000 kms) long, which runs along the Atacama Cordillera. Ride along with some ranch hands and catch a glimpse from the gorgeous mountains and rolling hills. No matter whether in the mountains of Patagonia or the foothills of the Andes, the horse lover will have an unforgettable experience within this land of rare natural wonders. In the nearby towns you will find amazing accommodation in Argentina.
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This article was published on 2011/01/06