Life on the Ranch

With rivers and estuaries, the province of Corrientes offers a lush and subtropical home of hundreds of species of flora and fauna… and a rich culture and history strongly influenced by the Guaraní aboriginal culture, European immigrants and Jesuits.

We offer horseback riding adventures that show the magic and spirit of the Corrientes gaucho of the past, present and future. These unique experiences, impressive landscapes in magnificent horses, centuries-old customs, delicious meals – all organized with the skill and warmth of our people.

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Swamps, lagoons, grasslands, forests, islands, and jungles.

These horseback rides will take you through unique and unforgettable landscapes. We work closely with two very special ranches near my hometown, Esquina, in the southwest of the province. Here, you can experience an intimate atmosphere, great comfort, high-quality rooms, and very friendly staff. We also offer typical Correntinian accommodations, providing a more authentic experience of how the locals live.

Corrientes is unique, and we can assist you in maximizing the use of our ranch as a base for organizing excursions to local rodeos, as well as trips with professional hunting and fishing guides.

We have our Criollo horse ranch, where we breed, train, and use these magnificent animals for our horseback rides.

How to Get Here

When you visit our Ranches, I'll be waiting for you in the city of Esquina, Corrientes province, in the northeast of Argentina. The wild landscapes, warm people, and colonial-style architecture of this small and charming city attract visitors from around the world.

Getting to Esquina from Buenos Aires is very easy. By car, the journey takes approximately 6 hours through the province of Entre Ríos. By bus, our guests often take the Sleeper bus, departing from Buenos Aires and providing a comfortable sleeper bus with movies. Departing from the Retiro Terminal Station at 8 pm, the bus arrives in Esquina before 5 am, where we will be waiting at the station.

What to Bring

This is an authentic and rustic gaucho experience. We provide all meals, drinks, tents, horses, and horse equipment. 

You'll need:
§ Sleeping bag
§ Layered clothing for cold temperatures and wind
§ Hat with a cord
§ Camera
§ Gloves
§ Personal hygiene items
§ Swimwear in the summer months
§ Sunscreen

Frequent questions

Do I need to be an experienced rider?

No, it is not necessary. We have different horses and we select them based on their
experience. For inexperienced riders or children we also have very good horses.

Are your trips adapted for families?

Yes, we have trips for families. Depending on the age of the children and their
horseback riding experience, we take shorter or longer excursions.

How old should children be for these trips?

Minimum 7 years.

Can you help us book other trips to Argentina?

Yes of course.

What do i need to bring?

Sleeping bag.
Layered garments, for cold temperatures and wind.
Drawstring hat.
Hat with headlamp.
Personal toiletries.

Do you have insurance?

Yes, but we ask that you have your own individual insurance, specifying that you ride


Are your horses well trained and cared for?

Yes, they have a good life here.

What equipment do you provide on the trip to Los Andes?

We provide some bags for you to put your personal things for the ride and

we provide the tent. We can provide a sleeping bag for an additional cost.

Are the stays for work? Will we have the opportunity to work together with the gauchos?

This includes horseback riding through the surrounding wetlands, exploring the land to

inspect, corral and care for horses and livestock, stay in rustic ranches

gauchescas and working with the gauchos in everyday tasks.


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