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by Sisters Maria & Clara Barciela
When it comes to South America, we’ve got so many stories to share and advice to give. We’ve paddled the waters of Antarctica, seen blue footed boobies in the wild, savoured world class ceviche and stood in awe at the ancient city of Macchu Picchu. We can’t get enough of the colour, the people and the history of this place! We look forward to helping you gain a deeper insight into this very special continent so you’re inspired to plan your own South American vacation.

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    Why You Should Visit Uruguay on Your Next Trip to South America

    Though its neighbors, Brazil and Argentina, are much bigger and with more famous attractions, Uruguay is South America’s fabulous surprise. With superb historical centers, incredible cultural landmarks, and bustling tango clubs, Uruguay is an amazing destination for all kinds of travelers. Find out in this article, the 7 best places that we recommend visiting on your trip to Uruguay!

    Uruguay for Foodies: Amazing Winelands and Delicious Cheese

    Uruguay is a small but important country in South America, especially when it comes to the wine world. Thanks to its mild climate that favors the cultivation of the vine throughout its territory, Uruguay now welcomes wine lovers from all over the world.
    If you are a foodie and a wine enthusiast, continue reading this article and find out all about the region known as the Uruguayan Tuscany, and the best family-run vineyards in this charming country.

    A Culinary Hidden Gem in Uruguay: Chef Francis Mallmann’s Garzon Restaurant

    Identified with the Uruguayan and Argentinean style of cooking, renewed Chef Mallmann doesn’t use more than fire and smoke to cook his delicious recipes. And, as you probably imagine, his restaurant is the perfect place for foodies who are looking for a place to enjoy the simple things in life. A haven for travelers that enjoy being among vineyards, olive groves, grey granite quarries, organic gardens and moments of silence, the key element for what we consider a luxury journey.

    Food & Drink

    Uruguay for Foodies: Amazing Winelands and Delicious Cheese

    Uruguay is a small but important country in South America, especially when it comes to the wine world. Thanks to its mild climate that favors the cultivation of the vine throughout its territory, Uruguay now welcomes wine lovers from all over the world.
    If you are a foodie and a wine enthusiast, continue reading this article and find out all about the region known as the Uruguayan Tuscany, and the best family-run vineyards in this charming country.

    A Culinary Hidden Gem in Uruguay: Chef Francis Mallmann’s Garzon Restaurant

    Identified with the Uruguayan and Argentinean style of cooking, renewed Chef Mallmann doesn’t use more than fire and smoke to cook his delicious recipes. And, as you probably imagine, his restaurant is the perfect place for foodies who are looking for a place to enjoy the simple things in life. A haven for travelers that enjoy being among vineyards, olive groves, grey granite quarries, organic gardens and moments of silence, the key element for what we consider a luxury journey.

    Peruvian Food: Top 10 Popular Dishes You Must Try

    Peruvian cuisine is a multicultural and vibrant cuisine that draws on ingredients from all climates and regions and includes some of the most famous restaurants in the world. Every year a large number of tourists arrive in Peru, looking to enjoy its good gastronomy. Peruvian cuisine is one of the best, if not the best, in Latin America

    Destinations

    Why You Should Visit Uruguay on Your Next Trip to South America

    Though its neighbors, Brazil and Argentina, are much bigger and with more famous attractions, Uruguay is South America’s fabulous surprise. With superb historical centers, incredible cultural landmarks, and bustling tango clubs, Uruguay is an amazing destination for all kinds of travelers. Find out in this article, the 7 best places that we recommend visiting on your trip to Uruguay!

    Uruguay for Foodies: Amazing Winelands and Delicious Cheese

    Uruguay is a small but important country in South America, especially when it comes to the wine world. Thanks to its mild climate that favors the cultivation of the vine throughout its territory, Uruguay now welcomes wine lovers from all over the world.
    If you are a foodie and a wine enthusiast, continue reading this article and find out all about the region known as the Uruguayan Tuscany, and the best family-run vineyards in this charming country.

    A Culinary Hidden Gem in Uruguay: Chef Francis Mallmann’s Garzon Restaurant

    Identified with the Uruguayan and Argentinean style of cooking, renewed Chef Mallmann doesn’t use more than fire and smoke to cook his delicious recipes. And, as you probably imagine, his restaurant is the perfect place for foodies who are looking for a place to enjoy the simple things in life. A haven for travelers that enjoy being among vineyards, olive groves, grey granite quarries, organic gardens and moments of silence, the key element for what we consider a luxury journey.

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    Guides & Tips

    Why You Should Visit Uruguay on Your Next Trip to South America

    Though its neighbors, Brazil and Argentina, are much bigger and with more famous attractions, Uruguay is South America’s fabulous surprise. With superb historical centers, incredible cultural landmarks, and bustling tango clubs, Uruguay is an amazing destination for all kinds of travelers. Find out in this article, the 7 best places that we recommend visiting on your trip to Uruguay!

    Your Ultimate 10 Day itinerary in Argentina & Uruguay

    If you are thinking about having the adventure of a lifetime, start planning your South American escape, and begin with spending at least 10 days in Argentina and Uruguay, two of the most beautiful Latin American countries. Continue reading this article and find out all about the tour that promises to offer you a mixed experience of natural beauty, gastronomical highlights, world-class wines, culture, and Gaucho traditions.

    Two Weeks Itinerary to Argentina for Nature Lovers: Ibera Wetlands, Iguazu Falls & The Northwest Tradition

    With spectacular natural and protected areas, bustling cities, beautiful traditions, friendly locals, delicious wine, and mouthwatering cuisine, Argentina is one of the most beautiful countries in South America.

    If you want to have a memorable experience filled with natural beauty, amazing culinary experiences, and exciting activities, continue reading this article, and find out all about the best two weeks itinerary to the North of Argentina & Buenos Aires.

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    Unique Experiences

    Uruguay for Foodies: Amazing Winelands and Delicious Cheese

    Uruguay is a small but important country in South America, especially when it comes to the wine world. Thanks to its mild climate that favors the cultivation of the vine throughout its territory, Uruguay now welcomes wine lovers from all over the world.
    If you are a foodie and a wine enthusiast, continue reading this article and find out all about the region known as the Uruguayan Tuscany, and the best family-run vineyards in this charming country.

    A Culinary Hidden Gem in Uruguay: Chef Francis Mallmann’s Garzon Restaurant

    Identified with the Uruguayan and Argentinean style of cooking, renewed Chef Mallmann doesn’t use more than fire and smoke to cook his delicious recipes. And, as you probably imagine, his restaurant is the perfect place for foodies who are looking for a place to enjoy the simple things in life. A haven for travelers that enjoy being among vineyards, olive groves, grey granite quarries, organic gardens and moments of silence, the key element for what we consider a luxury journey.

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    Places to Stay

    Stay at the Best Ranches in Ibera Wetlands, Argentina

    Esteros del Ibera is becoming one of Argentina’s most important nature and eco-travel destinations. To make the most out of your visit, we suggest staying at one of the best ranches in Argentina’s Wetlands. Discover why a tour to Ibera Wetlands is incomplete without a stay in this charming estancias and ranches.

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