Private Gaucho Fiesta with Lunch

From $202.00/person to $713.00/person (Select "Individuals" below) Price varies based on number of individuals in your group
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Shore Excursion SizePrivate
Shore Excursion TypeCultural, Scenic, Cuisine
Shore Excursion Duration7 Hours
Activity LevelEasy
Shore Excursion Leaves FromThe Cruise Ship Terminal. (Full details will be provided in your electronic ticket upon confirmation.)
Food/Beverage ProvidedAll you can eat barbeque is included, with an entree, main course, a dessert, and 3 drinks: your choice of a bottle of wine, a bottle of mineral water, soft drink, coffee, or tea.
Recommended DressComfortable lightweight seasonal clothing and walking shoes are recommended. Guests should bring sunscreen and a hat. A light sweater may be needed for the winter months in the evenings. Good quality sunglasses are advised, and photo-chromatic lenses for those who wear spectacles.
RestrictionsParticipants must be able to get in and out of the vehicle. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.

Private Gaucho Fiesta with Lunch

This authentic full-day excursion from Buenos Aires provides a special opportunity to encounter Argentina's legendary gauchos, the country's equivalent to the American cowboy. Enjoy a fiesta like none other after living a day in the life of the gauchos. This tour includes private round trip transportation to make your day extra special.

You will be transported to a rustic, yet regal, ranch on the outskirts of Buenos Aires and warmly welcomed by the host family. Once you've sampled a few specialties like empanadas (meat pastries), and sipped renowned Argentinean wines, your gaucho festival begins.

Excellent horsemen and cattle herders, the gauchos will take you on horseback through the fertile lowlands known as "pampas." If you are not in the mood to ride, you can walk around the beautiful grounds, taking in all of the sights the property has to offer.

After your horseback ride in the Buenos Aires countryside, it's time for a typical Argentine "asado" (barbeque). Expect to savor an array of culinary choices, including mixed salads, chorizo (pork sausage), beef steaks, chicken, and assorted desserts. Your Argentinian feast also includes three beverages (a half bottle of wine, a mineral water or soft drink and a coffee or tea).

Following your hearty meal, a folkloric musical show will unfold, featuring Argentine song and dance. Then you'll be invited to watch the gauchos perform the "carrera de sortijas" (ring-race) and the "carrera cuadrera" (horse races).

This popular tour of the gaucho lifestyle allows you to step back in time and experience the daily lives and festivities unique to to the Argentinian Gaucho.