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Argentina, Chile, Patagonia: Plan Your Trip!

Wendy Perrin | July 25, 2016

Your Trip to Argentina, Chile, or Patagonia Begins Here

Sweeping expanses of pampa interrupted by jagged granite peaks; vast lakes framed by snowcapped volcanoes; a desert with places so dry that no rain has fallen during recorded history. The sheer diversity of landscapes across Chile and Argentina—and the remoteness of their most iconic elements—can leave you at a loss for how to execute a journey to the wilder parts of this region, and how to tap into the rich culture often overshadowed by these jaw-dropping vistas. That’s where the right regional specialist comes in: They can break up long overland journeys with a stop for mate at a gaucho outpost, work the airlines’ inconvenient hub-and-spoke systems to your advantage, pinpoint the hidden-gem luxury lodges and estancias-turned-B&Bs that best suit your budget and logistics, and connect you with the savviest guides to act as your local friends and fixers.


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