Inspired by the renowned Argentine gaucho – the iconic cowboy rider of the Pampas, today’s excursion starts with a private transfer to the colonial town of San Antonio de Areco, 113km from Buenos Aires. Here, you'll visit a beautiful silverwork collection. You'll explore the Ricardo Güiraldes museum, a converted ranch housing an imitation pulpería - a local store where gauchos used to gather, and display knives, books, paintings, clothes and utensils. From here, you'll visit the Molina Campos museum, which preserves original work from Florencio Molina Campos (1891-1959) - the artist who best depicted the gaucho way of life.
Finally, on to the peaceful and graceful La Bamba, a top-notch, exclusive estancia, where you can relax by the pool, glimpse at rural country life, venture off horse riding, enjoy a trek and spot the various local birds. You'll enjoy welcome drinks and regional snacks, followed by a delicious asado (a traditional Argentine barbeque) lunch.