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Argentina Properties

Every Estancia is Unique
For many generations, Argentina's extensive rural estates, called estancias, have helped to define the country's spiritual, economic and social heritage. These family owned estates range from manor homes in the heart of the legendary wine country to small country inns in the remote corners of Patagonia; from simple cottages on the banks of the breathtaking Nahuel Huapi Lake to palaces overlooking virgin marshland. They vary in style and are all rich in history. Because the estancias sit on privately owned land, guests are far from other tourists. Taste a part of Argentina that most people don't even know exist.

Unbelievable Diversity
This South American country is rich with culture, history, natural beauty and warm hospitality. It is a country of varied terrain. An adventure to this South American country can take you from deserts rich with Indian culture to glaciers, from the powerful Iguazu Falls to wine country, from the birthplace of the southern right whale to the fertile pampas. Due to the sparse population, the land still possesses untouched natural beauty.

Unlimited Activities
Estancias offer horseback riding on the famous Peruvian Paso horses, hiking through virgin wilderness, canoeing in marshlands, white-water rafting at the base of the Andes, boat rides in the Lake District, observing sea life at the Valdes Peninsula, walking on glaciers, four-wheel-drive photo-safaris in the Iguazu Falls National Park, fishing for trout, salmon and Dorado, dove-shooting, pigeon, partridge and duck hunting, wine tasting, exploring local villages and Indian ruins, learning to tango, playing polo, exploring caves with ancient fossils, or relaxing by the pool, strolling through gardens, sipping wine and eating homemade Argentine delights on the terrace. The choice is always yours. Whether you seek a relaxing holiday or an active adventure, Argentina is where you can experience it all.

Fascinating Hosts
Guests are hosted by families whose ancestors have owned their estancia for generations. They welcome guests into their homes as if they are members of the family. Dining at the estancia is as much a part of the Argentine experience as seeing the country itself. Hosts join their guests for a casual dinner every night. Dishes contain fresh meats and fish, flavorful Argentine wines, and scrumptious desserts. Around the dinner table your hosts generously share their stories and traditions. During the day they enthusiastically show off the beautiful land they love so passionately.

Culture, Wines & Great Food
Argentina is the land of the gait, loyal ranch hand to the estancia owner. They are equivalent to our American cowboy, yet their culture lives on. They are a fundamental part of the Argentine civilization. If the Gaucho is the backbone, the tango is the soul of Argentina. This sensual dance is captivating. Another tradition, the Argentine Asado (barbecue) is an event in itself. This day-long feast of fresh beef and lamb prepared by gauchos in the open barbecue pits (which are an essential part of every estancia) is not only delicious, but gives a true taste of the Argentine lifestyle. The delicious Argentine wines you sip as you watch the sun drop behind the Andes perfectly complement it all.





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