Horseback Riding trips – Argentina

Horseback riding in Argentina is a great way to discover the plains and the mountains of this stunning country. Find a certified local guide at Explore-share.com and discover this vast and stunning territory a top a horse!

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Horseback riding is a popular practice in Argentina, commonly associated with the gaucho culture. It is also a great way to explore its many terrains that span along the Andes mountains with its bright colors and arid landscapes in Salta and Jujuy up north, to the vineyard covered Mendoza and sunny San Juan further towards the center and the blue lake, glacier clad south. Options include long trips camping in the mountains, or short excursions to explore an easy to access spot with the whole family. Choose one of the guides featured at explore-share.com and they will be able to show you the way and arrange all the necessary logistics. Whichever your preference, horseback riding in Argentina will be an adventure you will never forget!

 

 

 

Good to Know

 

Weather

The weather in Argentina varies greatly depending on the location and altitude. Summer is from December to March, then autumn lasts until June, winter to September, and then comes flowery spring.

Language

Spanish

Currency

Argentine peso

How to get there

The most important international airport in Argentina is in Buenos Aires, and from there, you can either fly, take a long distance bus or drive to all other provinces. Public transport within each province is also available, although some have a more developed system than others.

Country code

+54

Best time to visit

You can go horseback riding in Argentina year round, however in places with snow, winter might be less ideal. Summer months are very hot in some provinces but mild towards the south and near the mountains. Furthermore, summer is high season for tourism, so more places are open and it is more accessible to move around remote areas.

 

 

 

 

 

What People are Saying

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The trip was amazing. The climb especially. Not being used to horse riding it was quite exhausting but overall we were very satisfied with how the day went.
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Jochen Daems
 

 

 

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