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Visual Adventure : Santa Susana Ranch, Buenos Aires

G Adventures's senior photographers Attit Patel and Leonardo Tamburri take you on a photographic journey of a day on a ranch in Buenos Aires

by Attit Patel Posted on 23 July 2013

Let's get this outta the way up front: Buenos Aires is an amazing city! It's alarmingly easy to get caught up in the sweep of this Argentinian jewel's metropolitan lifestyle. You could easily spend an entire week living like a local, hanging out in one of the many cafés, dining on steak every day at 10pm, partying into the wee hours of the morning and who knows what else. Be sure to spend at least one day outside the city to take in the lifestyle of the gaucho, a great way to experience Argentina's rustic rural history. Case in point: Santa Susana Ranch.

Gaucho hanging out, photo by Attit P.

Our lunch, a traditional Argentinian asado, photo by Attit P.

Our lunch, a traditional Argentinian asado, photo by Attit P.

Chef carving up our lunch, photo by Attit P.

Chef carving up our lunch, photo by Attit P.

The Gouches put on a show for us, photo by Attit P.

The Gauchos put on a show for us, photo by Attit P.

Gaucho getting the horses out for one last ride, Leonardo T.

Gaucho getting the horses out for one last ride, photo by Leonardo T.

The traditional Gaucho belt, photo by Leonardo T.

The traditional Gaucho belt, photo by Leonardo T.

Our turn on the horses, photo by Attit P.

Our turn on the horses, photo by Attit P.

Riding into the sunset, photo by Attit P.

Riding into the sunset, photo by Attit P.

One last photo of our Gaucho, photo by Leonardo T.

One last photo of our Gaucho, photo by Leonardo T.

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