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Address: Buenos Aires 1431, Argentina
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Estancia and San Antonio de Areco Town Full day tour: This is an unique way...

Estancia and San Antonio de Areco Town Full day tour: This is an unique way of enjoying and experiencing the cultural legacy of the Gauchos, and Argentina's old traditions in San Antonio de Areco: "Historical Town" and "Cradle of Gaucho's Traditions". Includes round trip from Buenos Aires, bilingual local tour guide, asado barbecue, horseback or carriage riding, folkloric music, demonstration of gauchos' skills on horseback. Learn about the origins of our Criollo Horse, how we grill our beef and the ceremony of the mate. Performed by Areco's experienced locals, tours are based on visitors being in contact with neighbors, artists and gauchos.

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We were picked up at our hotel and driven to pick up our guide, Guillermo, who took us to San Antonia the Areco. It was an old gaucho town where we walked around the village... read more

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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

We were picked up at our hotel and driven to pick up our guide, Guillermo, who took us to San Antonia the Areco. It was an old gaucho town where we walked around the village seeing artisans at work. We then drove to the Estancia where we were greeted with drinks and empanadas that were delicious. We went on an... More 

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Dendermonde, Belgium
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a great excursion with our guide Guillermo. He showed us around the villlage of San Antonio the Areco, where many artesans work and live. Then we went to Estancia El Ombu where we were treated to drinks and empanadas, a ride on a gaucho horse, a asado (BBQ) and finally dancing and horse taming. We recommend this trip.

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Houston, Texas
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The trip with Camino Pampa was excellent! We had William (Guillermo) as our tour guard and he was so fun to be with. He is very knowledgeable of the town and the history of the town. When we got to the farm, the reception was warm and inviting. So peaceful and spacious. We did not feel rushed. Everything was organised... More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a most memorable day. We were picked up at our Airbnb and drove about 1 1/2 outside of Buenos Aires to San Antonio de Areco. An old picturesque town with a square and some shops. After the city tour we drove to Camino Pampa Estancia. What a wonderful and relaxing day. The weather was beautiful and the food... More 

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Dendermonde, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had booked this trip online. At the exact time, a taxi driver (hired by Camino Pampa) picked us up at our hotel in San Telmo. When nearing San Antonio de Areca, we picked up Guillermo, who'd be our guide for the rest of the day. Guillermo made an excellent impression on us: kind, knowledgable, sharing interesting facts, hospitable. You... More 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was one of the best vacations I've ever had. After spending time in the hustle and bustle of the city, going to San Antonio de Areco was a much needed break. Guillermo met us in the morning and offered us mate. It is an acquired taste but with enough sugar I drank it. He was extremely knowledgable with all... More 

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful farm with a lovely town nearby. Extremely friendly people everywhere and very generous with the wine and the meat. Our guide Guillermo was a fantastic guy who knew literally everything about Argentina and the Gauchos. Whole place is flooded with tourists though but since we were tourists as well we should've expected that

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Picked up at the cruise port at 8:00 by our driver Roberto for a leisurely drive to the historic town of San Antonio de Areco. There we were met by our guide for the day, Manuel. What a delightful person and a font of knowledge. After a walking tour of the town....church, pub, silversmiths, and a truly delectable candy shop... More 

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

About one and a half hour bus ride from Buenos Aires. Nice ranch with horses you can ride and wagon to take a ride in. Food was very good and a lot. Served family style. Good show after lunch with tango and bolo dancer. It was a very nice day. Also a gaucho horse show which was very good.

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Reviewed 23 March 2017

My wife(who was born in Argentina) just returned from our second trip to Argentina. During the trip we signed up for the Camino Pampa tour for March 9. We were picked up at our hotel and driven to the small gaucho town of San Antonio de Areco. The ride was great and we learned all about the political environment and... More 

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