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Awasi Patagonia - Relais & Chateaux

How to Choose Your South American Adventure

South America is a dynamic continent where the U.S. dollar goes far, making it a good value-for-money destination. There’s so much to see, so where do you start? Here are a few ideas to consider which country to explore first:

If you love wine, visit Argentina: Famous for its Malbec, Argentina wineries offer so much more on their hardy vines. Surrounded by the imposing grandeur of the Andes, vineyards in the northern region of Cafayate, Mendoza and Uco Valley are unmissable. Book a lunch and vineyard tour to make the most of your tasting. Or, if you’ve been hiking in Patagonia, stop in at the southern area wineries La Pampa for a day or two.

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Argentina Winery | The Vines Resort & Spa, Mendoza, Argentina
Explora Torres Del Paine Lodge, Patagonia

If you love the outdoors, visit Patagonia: Often called one of the world’s last great wildernesses, Patagonia is an outdoor lover’s dream of mountain peaks, volcanoes, glaciers and fjords. We can help craft an easygoing or adrenaline-fueled escape that showcases the beauty of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago in the south to Torres del Paine National Park in the Andes. Even better, we can book you into a five-star sleep to pamper and refuel for the next day’s adventure.

If you love cities, stay in Buenos Aires: A few days in the capital gives you time to visit a milonga to learn a little tango, or simply watch the professionals take to the dance floor. Admire the capital’s neoclassical, art nouveau, colonial and art deco architecture, including the stunning stone mausoleums at La Recoleta Cemetery. After all that exploring, let's find you the best restaurant to indulge in the Argentine ritual of asado, a traditional barbecue.

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Palacio Duhau, Park Hyatt, Buenos Aires | Tango Street Performers
Central Restaurant, Lima | Astrid y Gastón, Lima

If you love fine dining, head to Peru: Lima is one of the world’s most famous capitals for exquisitely prepared cuisine. Chefs from around the globe sing the praises of Central, located in the city’s hip Barranco neighborhood. It’s also just nabbed the top spot at the World’s Best Restaurant awards for its creative take on fresh, local Peruvian dishes. Lima boasts a wide variety of options for fine dining, including thirty Michelin-starred restaurants, making it a culinary paradise.

South America is ripe for discovery, let’s talk about what country is right for you.

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