You can ride with gauchos
Argentinian cowboys wear actual chaps, drink mate, raise and wrestle cattle, and at night sing folk songs about love and loss.
Gauchos traditionally were seen as nomads and outlaws but grew to be respected as freedom fighters in the mid-16th century. Traditions vary in pampas in different parts of the country, with Salta’s gauchos some of the most revered.
“So seldom would he dismount that he stood severely bow legged and had a crabbed gait”