Back at the ranch we enjoyed some Empanadas and beer before being served an asado lunch of beef ribs, chorizo sausage, bife de lomo and bife de chorizo. Also some bread pudding with the amazingly moreish Dulce de Leche – a thick toffee sauce.
After lunch we headed out on the afternoon ride which was the highlight. We went off the ranch and into the fields, doing more canters and going faster each time. It was great to be freely riding across the pampas and we felt really confident by the end. We rode back to the estancia as the sun was setting on an incredible day.
Estancia Dos Los Hermanos offer day tours with the above itinerary or you can stay the night on the ranch, which we chose to do. We were given a lovely little cottage, with an open fire for colder nights, but as it was the height of summer we needed the air con! It was really cosy and old fashioned inside and felt like somewhere in Wales rather than Argentina.