Live the Guacho at Estancia Huechahue, nestled in the foothills of the Andes near the Argentinian Lake District. Set amid 6,000 hectares of magnificent Patagonian landscape, a small lake and houses are surrounded by tall trees. Watching the gauchos round up the cattle here is a spectacular sight, joining in and helping out yourself is the sort of memory that makes a trip here so special.
Visitors can camp under the stars on a multi-day horse-riding trek, learn to fly fish for trout and hike to your heart's content. Ancient Indian petroglyphs await in mysterious caves created by lava flows and the estancia can boast its very own own wetlands, clifftop condor nesting sites and expert ornithologist.
The Estancia Huechahue combines perfectly with the Argentine Lake District, from where you can continue south to the breathtaking landscapes of the Torres del Paine National Park and Tierra del Fuego at the end of the world.