Buenos Aires & Northwest of Argentina

Luxury and traditions

Discovering unique wineries and extraordinary food.

Lets start this journey at the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires in a cultural-culinary program that will surprise your senses. Our program offers unique accommodations, culinary classes and the best restaurants plus 4 days visiting the provinces of Salta and Tucuman discovering the route of the Torrontes wine, impressive natural scenarios and the flavors of their traditional food.


A designated representative from Outland Cuisine will welcome you to Argentina and will transport you to your Hotel.

Upon arrival, you’ll have time to relax in the comfort of your hotel room to recover from your journey.

In the afternoon, you’ll enjoy a private tour around the city; we will visit the major political and historical sites of Argentina such the National Congress and the Plaza de Mayo, where Casa Rosada, also referred to as The House of Government resides.  This palatial mansion is where Evita gave her speeches from its balconies. Next stop is The Metropolitan Cathedral and historical buildings such as Cabildo, where the first steps were taken towards the independence of the country; followed by a tour at the Colon Theatre, considered one of the world’s jewels opera house. Finally, we will visit one of the most upscale neighborhoods, Recoleta, home of the famous cemetery La Recoleta where you will have the opportunity to visit incredible mausoleums such as Evita’s.

At night, a welcome dinner will be held at one of the city’s best restaurants, where everything will be carefully prepared for you so that you walk away impressed by the unmatched Argentine meat.  Our chef will be delighting us with dishes specially prepared for Outland Cuisine guests and exclusively paired with Argentinean wines by the sommelier. It will be a night to remember!

This day will be devoted to music of the city, el Tango

After breakfast we will be transported to the neighborhood of San Telmo. This charming place is well known for its preserved colonial architecture, cobblestone streets, famous antiques shops and their unique old-fashioned coffee shops. Sundays are very special here. Tradition calls for the streets to be transformed into a Feria. At the central plaza, we will be able to enjoy Tango Dancers, Music, and Art; the perfect atmosphere created for you to feel and witness Buenos Aires’s lifestyle. This will be your chance to walk around San Telmo, or just sit and relax at Plaza Dorrego with your favorite drink.

Later that day we will be gathering together at the plaza where you will be receiving a delightful surprise from us.

At night we had made reservations at the best and most upscale Tango Show in the city.

The typical orchestra, singers, and dancers will make you quiver by moving you back to the times of Gardel and the big composers. Dinner á la carte will be served during the show.

Transfer to your hotel

Culinary classes begin!

After breakfast, we will have 1 hour visit to one of the typical market in Buenos Aires where we will learn the difference cuts of meats and products that later will be used in our culinary class. After the market visit we will be transported to the gastronomic institute for our first cooking class. Our chef, Federico Garcia Pierini will be offering an introduction of the principles of the Argentina’s gastronomic and will be preparing an appetizer, a main dish and a dessert.

After the class we will be able to enjoy what we had prepared.

After the culinary class our private transportation will take us to the hotel.

We will be at your reach to help you to plan any activity according to your preference. Please, rest well for the next day activities.

Culinary class and Field day!

In the morning we will take a small journey to an Estancia outside of Buenos Aires.

We will experience the magic of the countryside life and its main protagonist, the Gaucho. You will be able to live this experience surrounded by their peacefully and friendly people. We will have our second cooking class hosted by exclusive chef Federico Garcia Pierini. Today’s class will be dedicated to the famous Asado (BBQ) and the typical countryside meal. If weather permits we will offer the class outdoors.

The Estancia is one of a kind! A French style castle and 100 hectares with gardens designed by Charles Thays, with a swimming pool and horseback riding that will guarantee you an unforgettable time.

We will enjoy our lunch, a presentation of activities including Gaucho skills and folklore dance typical of the region.

Later in the afternoon we will have a Criollo snack; traditional pastry called “pastelito” with hot mate tea and you will discover one of the most famous Argentine’s customs, The MATE.

It will be a full day to learn and enjoy.


Our adventure begins by discovering the Northeastern region, its dishes and wines!

Right after breakfast we will offer transportation to the airport for our departure to Tucumán.

Upon our arrival, we’ll head to Hotel Estancia Las Carreras. This magnificent hotel is unique in its kind. It is located in the land of the Valley Calchaqui. It dates back to 1779 and was built by the Jesuit priests. It stills stands with the original colonial architecture and simplicity that makes us respect the traditions of the primitive habitants, the Inca era and colonial era.  It is indeed a magical and unique place!

We will be hosting a cooking class dedicated to Northeastern region cuisine of Argentina. Along with our chef Luis Garcia, you will be discovering culinary traditions from different generations. You will have the chance to taste its regional cutting edge meals during lunch and dinner which are already included with your stay. During the day we have different types of activities or, if you prefer, you can rest at the peaceful Estancia.

Traveling for the Northern Routes, discovering unmatchable places

After breakfast we will depart to Cafayate across breathtaking sceneries through the Calchaqui Valleys, small towns and archeological sites to finally arrive to Cafayate.

The route 307 marks the ascent to the Valleys. The road goes into the ravine of Los Sosa River with a stop at the monument “El Indio”. As we continue to ascend, we’ll arrive at El Mollar to visit The Menhirs, followed by a visit to the picturesque town of Tafi del Valle. Route 307 ascends to the Calchaquies Valleys in a pronounced zigzag fashion to Open Infiernillo at 3,042 m.a.s.l.

From there we are off to the picturesque town of Amaicha Valley. After the junction with Route 40, the Sacred City of Quilmes breaks towards the left. In the hillside we will discover the developed residential area has been topped by a fortress with two forts on both sides. We’ll walk to what’s left from the Aboriginal resistance to the Spanish advance. The legendary Route 40 is lost in the valley heading north, but not before passing by Colalao Valley. Cafayate, the land of sun and good wine, welcomes us with the culture of grape arbors and trellises.

Arrival and welcome at hotel Viñas de Cafayate Wine Resort. While at the resort we will learn about the regional vines such as Torrontes and we’ll taste a great variety of wines with the guidance of La Estancia’s enologist.

We’ll close out the day with dinner á la carte at La Estancia.

Cooking class Salteño style and dinner in the vineyards!

Breakfast and free morning to let you enjoy the Vineyards of Cafayate Wine Resort. A unique place with beautifully landscape, fine wines, superior cuisine, and surrounded by a relaxing environment.

Early afternoon we will have a native culinary class of 1.30hs. of length

The class will be take place at the resort kitchen, where our Chef will teach as to prepare each dish. You will be participating step by step in the preparation of them: you will be learning to prepare Locro and Meat empanadas Salteño “style”. Guided by our chef, we will take a tour to the organic orchard to harvest some fresh vegetables, season herbs that will later be used to prepare each dish.  At the conclusion of the class our chef will be finishing your meal and if conditions permitted, will be served out in the vineyards.

At night you can enjoy the resort.

In route to Salta “La Linda”

Right after breakfast we will be in our way to the city of Salta, a journey with breath taking natural scenarios where you will have the change to take great pictures.

Upon our arrival you will enjoy a city tour around the Historic Center of Salta, visiting churches, museums, monuments, you will have the chance to see typical colonial architecture. We will go up the hill San Bernardo to enjoy an exceptional view of the Lerma Valle.

Our hotel in Salta will be LEGADO MITICO SALTA, an old colonial mansion converted into a luxurious boutique hotel. It will be an unforgettable experience of traditions and superb comfort.

Later we will depart to San Lorenzo, traditional summer village. Where we will take a little walk to the canyon with the same name.

In our return, we stop at the artisanal market

For the farewell dinner in Salta I have selected a traditional place, “La Vieja Estacion” they will be welcome you with a musical and dance show of the Northern region of Argentina and a native dinner to have an experience that will connect you with the people of the region.

Returning to the beautiful Buenos Aires luxurious finale.

After breakfast we will be transported to the airport to catch our flight back to Buenos Aires.

Private transportation to our hotel

You will have the rest of the day free. We will be at your services to recommend activities, shopping, etc.

At night, a surprise to remember!

Departure day

Your Free day for the last shopping and personal time. At the arranged time, private transfers to the airport.

End of our services.