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Where to visit an estancia?

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Next Jan, we'll be on a Princess South America and Antarctica (drive-by) cruise.

We'll spend a few days in Buenos Aires afterwards.


It seems we'll have a few different opportunities to visit an estancia.   I'm wondering how to choose -- any advice/experience welcome.


Punta Arenas:  Princess Tour "Patagonia Estancia & City Drive", includes 4 hours at a "traditional estancia" with a tour, bbq lunch, and demonstrations.


Montevideo:  Princess Tour "Best of Montevideo" includes 4 hours at Estancia La Rabida.   Includes a tour on horse-drawn carriage or antique cars, bbq lunch, demonstrations, and a chance to ride horses, milk cows, etc.


Buenos Aires:   there are many private tours on offer, that include similar time at an estancia.


we know we want to do one, but how to choose?






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