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Excursión gaucha de un día desde Buenos Aires: Rancho Don Silvano

Distrito Capital Federal, Argentina

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8 horas (aprox.)
Recogida en el hotel incluida
Entrada para dispositivos móviles
Idiomas disponibles: Español y 2 más

Descripción general

Experimente una tradicional fiesta gaucha en esta excursión de un día completo al campo argentino. Visite a los vaqueros argentinos, o gauchos, que viven en las llanuras abiertas de la Estancia Don Silvano, un rancho tradicional que lo hospedará durante un día de actividades. Disfrute de un almuerzo de barbacoa con vino y mate, paseos a caballo, demostraciones de truco y baile. Aprende sobre la vida en un rancho en la pampa argentina con tu guía y anfitriones, con transporte de ida y vuelta desde tu hotel en Buenos Aires.
  • Viaje de un día a la Estancia Don Silvano, un rancho en las afueras de Buenos Aires
  • Monta a caballo y aprende sobre la vida en un rancho.
  • Disfruta de un delicioso almuerzo argentino a la parrilla acompañado de vino.
  • Mira un espectáculo de bailes y canciones populares y prueba tu suerte en un baile tradicional.
  • Maravíllate con las habilidades de los gauchos a caballo
Suba a un cómodo entrenador en su hotel de Buenos Aires y diríjase a las pampas argentinas. Asista a una recepción de bienvenida amistosa a su llegada a la Estancia Don Silvano que incluye jugo, vino y empanadas tradicionales.
Visite la panadería del rancho y su museo antes de asistir a una demostración de ordeño. Si quieres, ayuda a los gauchos a ordeñar las vacas, luego observa cómo ensillan los caballos. Suba a un caballo domesticado y disfrute de un paseo relajado por el campo circundante.
Después del paseo, coma un almuerzo de barbacoa que incluye pollo, costillas, salchichas, ensalada de papas y helado para el postre. Mire un espectáculo folklórico argentino tradicional que incluye cantar y bailar mientras disfruta de sus bebidas, como vino, refrescos, café y agua. Póngase de pie y pruebe algunos de los bailes usted mismo antes de optar por un paseo en carro o tractor para ver otras partes del rancho. Mira a los gauchos participar en las carreras de anillos y otras demostraciones de su increíble equitación.
Tome un bocadillo de jalea de membrillo en pasteles dulces antes de abordar su autobús de regreso a la ciudad. Pruebe el mate, una bebida tradicional argentina hecha de yerba mate empapada en agua caliente que tiene sus propios rituales e historia. Su excursión de un día completo a la estancia en la pampa termina con el traslado al centro de Buenos Aires.

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Opiniones de viajeros de Viator
, sep 2018
I guess i booked this trip not knowing what to expect. It was an overall great experience. We ranch was gorgeous and had tons of animals (i.e. sheep, pigs, horses, peacocks, chickens, etc). They had a mini rope obstacle course which ended with a zip line. The food and entertainment was amazing. I would highly recommend this trip for anyone.
A soul destroying experience!!! This...
Rachel W
, abr 2018
A soul destroying experience!!! This was not a trip to anything resembling a gaucho ranch. It was a hotel with grounds, some chickens, peacocks and 20 or so horses. And the experience was commercial garbage for the most part. You arrive at the ranch and are given a ticket if you want to 'ride' the horses. For the next 2 1/2 hours there is nothing organised except for some mediocre empanadas and drinks and a 15 minute walk on horses that are so sedate we wondered if they might be drugged. The signs said trotting was forbidden, but they needn't have bothered as the poor creatures barely wanted to walk. The 'ride' is also just a ploy to take you around a route they have set up with cameras so they can try to flog you photos during lunch. The alternative to riding is a so called carriage ride, but I've never heard of a tractor pulling a cart around a field called that before. We did enjoy walking around and seeing the old farm equipment, which was clearly brought in purely for decor, and the chickens, but that is the sort of thing you might drive somewhere to spend 30 minutes walking around. There was a zip wire oh how gaucho! which I ended up going on from sheer boredom. Then it was time for lunch, which is in a barn and reminded us of school dinners. Forget choosing where you want to sit or getting a look at the grills. I'd like to think whoever runs the kitchen was on holiday, as we were served the most awful food and cheap cooking wine. Come on! We are in Argentina, how hard is it to rustle up a chorizo sausage that actually tastes of something and a bottle of wine that costs more than 50 pesos at end retail cost? For the first time in my life I actually had a piece of meat that was medium rare and yet somehow dry as old boots. Some evil genius going on there. The fact that the only smell coming from the kitchen was petrol should have been sufficiently warning though. We thought the entertainment might save the day and it started out well. The singer and dancers were fantastic and we enjoyed the local dances, but it then descended into a sing along for all the nationalities of tourists in attendance. If we want to sing along to Let It Be we'll go to a cheesy Beetles show at home. The best part of the lunch was us sneaking away an hour early on our own to go see the paddock with some of the younger horses they don't use for riding. Lovely natured animals and that part was peaceful and more one with nature. The one part of the day we genuinely enjoyed was the 30 minutes of the gaucho show right at the end. Very skilful riders and horses that actually responded. Not as good as a proper rodeo show, but good fun. In short, if you love nature, horses, good food and anything even remotely approaching an authentic experience, stay well clear.
This is a long day trip about 8...
Alfred K
, mar 2018
This is a long day trip about 8 hours but enjoyed every minute. Saw most of the, nearby ranch, did horse riding plus horse and cart trip had a BBQ where they supply enormous amounts of meat and some wine. Whilst eating they put on a show, singing, dancing etc. including the Argentina Tango a must see. Tried some of the local eating dishes and drinking. You won't go hungry here...:- Excellent varied day, lovely host, with the Gaucho's showing their horse skills as well. Brilliant...
The ranch is a commercially run...
Dillon R
, mar 2018
The ranch is a commercially run affair for tourists. It is well run and lots of activities to enjoy. About an hour from the city. Pick up and return to hotel. Very smart mini coach. Great driver and the tour guide was excellent. When you arrive the gauch/ranch guide greeted us and was very friendly. Empanadas and a welcome drink. Horse trek, ride in a cart. Some time to wander and view machinery, animals and small shop. Demonstration on the history of Meta herbal hot drink of Argentina, customs and preparation. The making of empanadas. A great lunch of BBQ meats and salads with beer, wine or sodas. A folk singer plus tango and traditional folk dances. There followed a horsemanship demo by a couple of gauchos. All in all the tour was great. However, I was slightly disappointed that the riding experience consisted of a 10 minute ride around the perimeter of a field and not the riding experience I had expected from reading the advert.

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