Estancia Las Víboras is a charming and authentic Argentinian estancia 3 hours from Buenos Aires and just 10 minutes away from the coast of the Rio de la Plata. Situated in a magnificent estate of 9000 hectares Las Víboras in one of the most important farms of the area. This small boutique hotel is also of great historical interest, the first treaty of peace of Argentina was signed there in 1839. Juan Manuel Ortiz de Rosas (a famed Argentinian politician who governed the province of Buenos Aires from 1829 to 1832 and from 1835 to 1852) lived in Estancia Las Víboras for more than four years.
Enjoy canoeing in the nearby rivers with their crystal clear waters, horse riding and carriage trips can be arranged to an old house where the gauchos prepare traditional asados (Argentinian barbecues) using the estancia's own fresh meat. You can also learn about breeding Polo ponies, breeding cattle and the management involved in running an estancia. Big game is also possible.. hundreds of wild boar live amongst he wetlands on the coast and axis deers inhabit the tala forests the surround Estancia Las Viboras.
Estancia Las Viboras has a very nice dining room with a fantastic view of the park. Service is with full board, drinks during meals and activities included.