ANDEAN MAGIC EXPLORATION
8 DAYS | 7 NIGHTS
NOVEMBER TO APRIL
Life of a Gaucho - Horse Riding in Argentina
During this horse riding holiday in Argentina with Ride Andes, ride amongst the azure lakes and snowy peaks of the pristine Nahuel Huapi National Park in northern Patagonia, Argentina. Through native beech forests, across the crystal-clear rivers onto the meadows beneath the glacier-covered mountains in this untouched wilderness – then, leaving the gauchos, we head to Buenos Aires to tango with the locals!
8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS
Six nights spent in two unique locations with stunning views of the lakes and mountains of northern Patagonia; final night in Buenos Aires.
ITINERARY IN BRIEF
DAY 1: Buenos Aires to Bariloche
DAY 2: Laguna Azul
DAY 3: Ventisquero Negro
DAY 4: Cerro Volcanico & The Border
DAY 5: Balcony View & Andean Condors
DAY 6: Hanging Glacier & Pristine Snows
DAY 7: Return to Buenos Aires, Tango
DAY 8: Breakfast and Farewell
DAY 1 | BUENOS AIRES
Guests meet up in Buenos Aires in time for the mid-morning flight to Bariloche, situated in the northern Patagonian mountains among the national parks.
Dinner & Overnight at the Lakeside Hotel
T, D (approx. 2 hours riding, approx 2½ hours vehicle transfers)
FROM US$ 1,945
All accommodation (private bathrooms); all meals and water (from day 1 tea to day 8 breakfast except lunch day 7); English speaking guide & 2nd local guide; riding on 6 days; horses & spare horses; saddlebags; grooms services; Tango show & dinner; all necessary transfers/ transport as per itinerary; all necessary local taxes, private reserve & national park entrance fees.
Appropriate medical insurance (mandatory), visa (as necessary), Buenos Aires-Bariloche return flight
(currently USD130), to be confirmed at the time of inquiry), international or national airport taxes, lunch day 1 & 7, soft and alcoholic drinks, personal expenditure, tips, and all services not mentioned in the detailed description.
“I have ridden many times in South America with Ride Andes and will continue to only ride with Ride Andes as, where ever we go, the horses are excellent, always an absolute joy to ride, happy and in very good health”
JW, January 2020