Estancia Santa Inés, Misiones
You’ve never heard the chorus of howler monkeys in full swing, you’ll find it’s an ethereal experience here at Santa Inés. The tribe lives in harmony with the farm, just steps from the huge wrap-around porch of this 1906 English style estancia. Nanny and her brother Ricardo, grandchildren of the original homesteader, run the farm and guest house. Estancia Santa Inés was first in the region to cultivate as a crop, rather than harvesting the tea leaves from the indigenous trees. Today the “green gold” keeps them rooted on this century-old working farm gg
You’ve never heard the chorus of howler monkeys in full swing, you’ll find it’s an ethereal experience here at Santa Inés. The tribe lives in harmony with the farm, just steps from the huge wrap-around porch of this 1906 English style estancia. Nanny and her brother Ricardo, grandchildren of the original homesteader, run the farm and guest house. Estancia Santa Inés was first in the region to cultivate as a crop, rather than harvesting the tea leaves from the indigenous trees. Today the “green gold” keeps them rooted on this century-old working farm gg