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Off the Grid in Patagonia

If you are planning a trip to Argentine Patagonia, you know that El Chalten hosts the biggest highlights for not just Argentine Patagonia, but also debatably all of Patagonia. 1,473 more words

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Stepping Back 9,000 Years to Cueva de las Manos

About a week after booking my flights in and out of El Calafate, I was bowsing trough Instgram when I saw a cave that looked unlike anything I’ve seen covered n ancient hand prints on one of the travel accounts I follow.   534 more words

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Periwinkle Skies on the Patagonian Steppe

When you think of Patagonia, you think of big, stoney, peaks, the massive andes mountain range, and piercing blue lakes, but I have to give a shoutout to the most underrated piece of Patagonia – the steppe.  182 more words

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From Cafayate we took a bus to Salta, but when we arrived there, after many days in quiet towns, we quickly decided that a city was not in our best interests at the moment. 638 more words

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The Time I Went Hiking on a Glacier

It’s just a big chunk of frozen ice, I thought.  Why does everyone get so excited to see the glacier, Perito Moreno? But it was one of Argentine Patagonia’ biggest highlights so I knew I couldn’t not go.  317 more words

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After Tafi del Valle we took a bus to Cafayate, a little town with a nice feeling, surrounded by beautiful, colourful mountains. Cafayate is known for having some of the best wineries in the country. 388 more words

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Three weeks ago northern Argentina was a white stain on the map for us, we did not know that there was even something west of Paraguay in Argentina. 395 more words

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