- The history of this
ranch and that of Salta are closely linked. It is one of
the oldest ranches of the north of Argentina, dates back
to 1609. Owned by the Arias family for eight
generations, it is today a modern working ranch with
more than 5 000 acres.
- The family keeps very
valuable books and documents as well as archeological
remains found there that entertain the guests. In a
stately atmosphere, the decoration remembers centuries
gone by and service matches the traditional northern
hospitality. The breeding of Peruvian Paso horses, with
its smooth and elegant walk, is one of the distinctive
attractions of the ranch.
- What to do:
Trekking, Peruvian Paso horse riding, ranch work, visit
to the alligator farm. Stroll the tropical forest
crowded with lapachos, jacarandŠes, quebrachos and
palos borrachos. Bird watching.
- Cuisine: Home
made ancient recipes prepared with vegetables, beef and
one hour away from Salta city.