The Pampas


The Pampas is an extensive plain of green grass that covers almost the 25% or 700,000 sq KM of the Argentine territory.


Including mainly the provinces of: Buenos Aires and La Pampa. It also includes the southern part of Córdoba, southern part of Santa Fe, western part of San Luis and southern part of Entre Ríos.


Cradle of the legendary Gaucho, has been the center of all the romantic fantasies on Argentina. Extensive fields of grass, sorghum, wheat, corn and sunflower grow under an endless blue sky. The horses tied to the "tranquera" and the Gauchos drinking mate under the shade of a ombú.


Is also here where the most flavorful meat of the world is produced, and also where the Argentine folk music has its main artists.


Where does the name Pampa come from ? The opinions are divided. One affirms that Pampa means, in quéchua language, " flat area ".


Enjoy staying in one of the hundreds of ranch and residences of colonial, British or French style that covers the Pampa. Participating in all the activities that that have to be made in a ranch: driving, lacing, and marking of cows and sheep. Together with the "Gaucho", and wearing the traditional outfit. Enjoying the good food, with the Argentinean barbecue as the main course, and the fireside at the end of the day.

Gaucho working - Necochea, Buenos Aires Province



Wheat Plantation

Enjoy staying in one of the hundreds of ranch and residences of colonial, British or French style that covers the Pampa. Participating in all the activities that that have to be made in a ranch: driving, lacing, and marking of cows and sheep. Together with the "Gaucho", and wearing the traditional outfit. Enjoying the good food, with the Argentinean barbecue as the main course, and the fireside at the end of the day.


Pampas Provinces

Córdoba


Santa Fe

Buenos Aires


La pampa