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Buenos Aires Horse Riding

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Zarate, Argentina
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About Buenos Aires Horse Riding
Just one hour away from the city. Spend a day horseback riding and a barbecue with us! We are well known horse specialists in Argentina. We host riders from all over the world. But above all, we are horse lovers. 4 hours ride in a small group and a friendly atmosphere.
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Buenos Aires Horse Riding
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Faith B wrote a review Oct 2016
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Tatiana and Eduardo were very friendly and great hosts for the day. They speak English and Spanish and were easy to communicate with over email. They gave us directions for an easy bus ride from Buenos Aires to Zarate and then picked us up from the bus. They live in a beautiful part of the country and have horses on their property. We started our day by getting to know the horses on a shorter ride with Eduardo, and then coming back to the house for a delicious asado which Tatiana prepared. She served several different cuts of meat on the grill, choripán, potatoes, salads, red wine, and desert. Then we went back out with the horses and rode through the ecological reserve which was beautiful. We were a group of three girls with two novice riders and one advanced and it was great for all levels because everyone was able to get themselves situated and comfortable with their horse in the morning. In the afternoon we had the freedom to canter or gallop when we wanted but could also walk if we preferred. Eduardo was very flexible to going at the pace we wanted. When we returned to the house after several hours of riding Tatiana served an amazing lemon tart and coffee. They have two very cute twin boys who we kicked around a soccer ball with after riding. At the end they drove us back to the bus station. We loved our day seeing the country and riding horses (with the bonus of tasty, typical Argentine food) - this was one of the highlights of my trip in Argentina!
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Date of experience: September 2016
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