The pampas of Argentina, are the great plains of natural pastures that cover Buenos Aires and the neighboring provinces. It is the land of the gaucho, the criollo horse, and the world capital of polo.
These fertile lowlands in the central region of Argentina are an agricultural center where soybeans and wheat are typically cultivated. The vast flat plains are also breeding grounds for cattle, including Hereford and Aberdeen Angus, the main varieties used to make the famous Argentine barbeque.
The region is a place to learn and play polo, ride on horseback under the immense endless sky, and enjoy a traditional barbeque prepared by a gaucho.