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We booked a full day for horse riding only.
+ The car ride there was good. The scenery spectacular. The food good. The staff really nice!
- It's very little horse riding for the money, the day mostly consisted in waiting and more waiting.
I can not say enough about our wonderful experience at El Puesto. Our group of four all agreed that our time at El Puesto was the highlight of our three month trip across South America. Even during the cool month of September, the weather was...More
We stayed as a couple for 3 nights, arriving on 14 April. We were met at Mendoza airport by Poppi (the owner's son) who drove us out to the Estancia. You very definitely need a sturdy 4X4 for the final few km of rough dirt...More
After reading some reviews of the estancia we werent quite sure what to expect from the visit. Now, after the visit, I have to stay that it was the best decision of our holiday to go to El Puesto. Raul, his family and the staff...More
Raul picked us up right on time and we had an enjoyable drive into the Andes foothills, the road was great other than the last few miles, which lead to us to the end of the trail and his charming Estancia.
We settled into our...More
How far are you from Mendoza City? If we prefer to not rent a car how can we get there? How far from Aconcagua are you located? In case we wanted to go for a day trip? Thank you.
4 November 2014|
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Response from SmelterCat | Reviewed this property |
Raul, the owner, or his son will pick you up and take you back to Mendoza roundtrip for an extra fee, which is worth it because the windy dirt roads you take to get to his ranch are quite a challenge if you aren't familiar... More
Raul, the owner, or his son will pick you up and take you back to Mendoza roundtrip for an extra fee, which is worth it because the windy dirt roads you take to get to his ranch are quite a challenge if you aren't familiar with where you are going. Not sure about Aconcagua...you can always email them from the website they got back to me pretty quickly. Hope that helps!
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"there are two building to stay in we would recommend the guest house rather than the main Estancia."