“Polo Break is a very friendly group of polo avid people who will tailor-make an outing for you. They can show you the horses, give you tips, give you a polo lesson, or take you to a polo match. It pretty much all depends on the weather, what is going on at the time you’re in BA, and what you want. They will also make you feel like family and share in’s and out’s of living in BA or visiting the capital and its surroundings.”  (Bonnie.L, California, TripAdvisor)

About Polo Break

We are an English/Argentinian company specialising in offering polo in Buenos Aires for people of all abilities from the novice to the game’s professional. With our knowledge of Argentina’s culture and people our mission is to provide an unforgettable experience for you to take home. With our experience of the game together with our extensive travel knowledge, we are confident that we can create an itinerary that best suits your needs.

What makes Polo Break unique?

We are very close to Buenos Aires, only 45 minutes drive from the centre.  We have the biggest stick and ball area,   9 polo fields, 40 players, a good restaurant, grill, swimming pool and horses for everyone! You can play polo in the morning, have an ‘asado’, take a shower and see the Palermo Open!

We offer a personalised service that takes you behind the scenes a little, making you feel part of the real experience. Should you require any further assistance with accommodation or simply want advice for your trip, please contact us!

Why Buenos Aires?

It is the place where they hold the most important open tournaments in the world and a place where the best players and horses come together.

Buenos Aires is a busy cosmopolitan capital city with a thriving night life where you can dine in fine restaurants until early hours of the morning, eat some of the best meat in the world, watch a tango show and shop until your heart is content. Among these shops you can find mallet workshops or boot factories which offer an interesting insight into the unique craftsmanship of Polo.

Tourist and non–tourist attractions are easily accessible to explore by land and air. From the exotic Iguazu Falls in the north, travel to the west and visit the famous vineyards in Mendoza and the highest mountain in The Americas, and then take a trip to the glaciers and arid desserts of the south in Patagonia and have the chance to see the whales!

Asado – a typical Argentinian barbecue