The estancia experience

Many of the properties are ancient family homes that have only recently opened their doors to visitors while others have been purpose-built as country hotels. While the older estancias give you a great sense of history, their newer counterparts are often aimed ...
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What is tourism in estancias?

It’s a method of tourism in which guests are treated like friends who are going to spend a few days, to enjoy nature and the culture of the place. There are plenty of things to do. For instance, to be fully captivated by the landscape requires a feeling of peace and calmness that won’t be [&hell...
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Planning your stay at an estancia 

Haciendas and estancias are simply enormous farms, plantations, ranches or colonial estates, owned by wealthy families who faced a setback during the industrial revolution. Today, they are converted into beautiful accommodation, authentically reflecting deep history and...
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Ranch or Estancia?

Sometime we can get confuse if a ranch and estancia are the same thing. As we know a ranch is a large plot of land used for raising cattel, sheep or other livestock while an estancia is a large rural estate where people live surround by huge extension of green areas.  In the 19th century stationar...
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A Estancia day in Argentina

The first estancias and chacras (smaller farms than estancias), appeared in Argentina in the 16th century, during the Spanish colonization. The conquistadores and explorers were rewarded, by the grace of royal concessions, with very large pieces of land called suertes (lucky). They accepted t...
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ARGENTINE POLO HORSES. THE WORLD’S ELITE

  Today we talk about argentine polo horses. Argentina, not only has the highest number of handicap polo players and brags the biggest number of polo fields in terms of surface área, but also is the only country in the world which produces the horse breed Polo Argentino (or Polo Pony). Our cou...
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