We had a great day at the ‘Los Dos Hermanos’ ranch. Riding through the Argentinian plains and fields with great guides and instructors. The staff greeted us with open arms. They spoke great english and communication was easy. We had just flown in from Norway the day before and were a bit jetlagged, but this was all forgotten when we arrived at the farm. No horseriding experience is required, although you will have more fun if you have ridden before. Amazing food. The staff will serve you Argentinas best empanadas. The horses were strong, healthy and beautiful, and it was nice to see how well they were treated. We would love to go back one day, and will recommend the ‘Los Dos Hermanos’ to everyone looking for a horseriding experience in Buenos Aires.
Recently spent a lovely night at the estancia where both me and wife learned to ride for our first time. The owners took us out themselves and were super patient and helpful for two first timers. We have vowed to take up riding now! The food was great and plentiful and our lodge for the evening was classic and spacious. Huge thanks to the owners and hosts for taking time to dine with us and have some nice conversation.
The family and the team made us feel so welcome on our arrival and their hospitality throughout our stay was amazing. The horses were wonderful, and we really enjoyed riding around the estancia and surrounding countryside. The home cooked food was perfect to come back to after all of the the fresh air and riding, and the open fires were lovely to relax in front of in the evenings. All round this was a wonderful, authentic experience made particularly special by the hospitality and warmth of our hosts.
Amazing estancia. Would really recommend. I was quite nervous and my husband was a complete beginner. However it was safe and great. We arrived from the night bus at 5am and we were very thankful to be allowed to stay longer. The cabin we stayed in was lovely. Very rustic but part of the experience and we will definitely go back. Lovely real fire and shagging food. Steak, pasta and good wine. We felt like we had the place to ourselves. If you want to horse ride chime here. We will go back
We used to live in Buenos Aires and had spent time at a few different Estancias during that time. In fact, we were looking to revisit one particular one on our return trip for a visit however they were booked for that date. I am so glad! In researching a different place, I came across Estancia Los Dos Hermanos. This is a place for relaxing and riding. Anna was very communicative over email prior to our arrival providing us with all the information we needed. We are a family of four that was visiting with our two girls (14 & 12). Upon arrival, we found a place that was a little piece of heaven, calm and serene. Before our ride it began to drizzle, so Ana decided to wait for a while to see if it passed. We enjoyed breakfast and coffee along with pool and fusbol while we waited. We were fortunate to be joined by a pair of friends and a family from England who were wonderful to pass the time with. The morning ride was wonderful - you take in scenery of different pastures, cows, horses and lots of birds. We then sat down to a wonderful lunch of parilla meats, salads, dessert, beer, red wine and sodas served family style with our wonderful hosts. After some down time lazing around in hammocks and walking the grounds, we were off for another long ride. We returned to afternoon tea and sweets. There was swimming and more hammock enjoyment after the meal. Those who stayed for the day left shortly after. Our family was joined at dinner by Rosario as her mother, Ana, had to go back to the city. We spent the night in one of their cabins that had three bedrooms and two baths. The accommodations were quaint and satisfactory. It was a good meal of raviolis, salad and great red wine. The next morning was a calm sendoff after breakfast. This is a true stay at an Estancia - there is no show, no entertainment like some of the other places. This is a place to ride horses in an ideal and beautiful setting while being the welcomed guests at someone's home.…