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All reviews day trip horse riding los dos hermanos empanadas buenos aires riding experience great food made us feel asado fantastic experience two hours beautiful countryside delicious lunch get away couple of days beer and wine hour drive
Quite a few estancias offer some riding as part of a gaucho day out, but we wanted to spend more time riding and less time watching. We also wanted somewhere that was not overrun with tourists and reasonably close to Buenos Aires. We chose Los...More
We had an awsome day at the estancia!! It was even better than we thought.
The service before, during and after was very good so it’s easy to make the booking.
A lovely driver picked us up at the hotel and drove us to the...More
after spending 2 solid week inside the city of Buenos Aires, we spent an entire day learning how to trot and canter horses. Pancho was very kind and friendly and was a great host. our guide Andres was also very friendly, accommodating, and a great...More
We returned to Argentina with our daughter to show her her birthplace. Other, more prominent estancias were sold out, and we were very happy they were. We chose to spend the night at this estancia and it did not disappoint. The owners were fantastic, the...More
I had read the reviews, but this was even better than I could have imagined! Our family of 5 (3 motorbike riding teenagers) had barely been on a horse, so I thought it was time to change all that. We were picked up at the...More
Amazing place. This is a very special estancia where the emphasis is on riding and experiencing the land rather than a very fake touristy experience. Ana, Pacho, and Andres were fantastic hosts. The day is exactly described. An experience we wont forget.
The day long experience was exactly as described on the website. First, we were picked up from the city by a driver right when we were told he would pick us up. He was friendly and drove us to the estancia. There, we met another...More
For a bunch of city-slickers from New York City, this was a highlight of our family trip to Argentina. We went with our two kids (ages 10 and 14) and this was this their favorite part of the trip. This is the real deal. You...More
The day starts around 9.30 in Buenos Aires, where the driver has picked-up us. We shared the transport cost with other two visitors. A welcome breakfast was ready on our arrival in the estancia. Then we dressed and after Anna's explanation we start riding in...More
We had an amazing time at the Estancia Los Dos Hermanos. Picked up from our apartment in BA by car we were taken to the estancia and greeted with a hot breakfast whilst waiting for other guests to arrive. A quick saddle up and then...More
Naomi, Ana and Pancho need to answer this directly but as someone who has stayed with them before I can give you a general idea of what this might cost. Usually it's about $210 US a night or thereabouts (that was for one... More
Naomi, Ana and Pancho need to answer this directly but as someone who has stayed with them before I can give you a general idea of what this might cost. Usually it's about $210 US a night or thereabouts (that was for one person) and that includes lots of yummy yummy food, and the rides, so this ends up being really fair. A driver can come pick you up but that is extra, and I'm afraid that I can't recall the cost. it's not prohibitive. I've spent time with this estancia twice and very strongly recommend them,you might wish to read my reviews. To get answers directly from them, however it's probably more efficient to go to their website. I got notified of your question as a TA reviewer. Hope this helps in terms of costs. Whatever you do, don't miss out on this experience, the horses are fantastic and Ana and Pancho are absolutely wonderful hosts. The food is memorable, the grounds gorgeous, and you will forever be glad you went. They are my first stop every time I go back to Argentina.