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An exquisite trip. Wine tasting in South America.

The Colombian capital is a city with a lot to offer, its cultural diversity, nightlife, museums, its pleasant average temperature of 14 ° C and its modern and colonial buildings, make it one of the most visited destinations in the country.

Some meals are enjoyed more with a bit of wine, with travel the same thing happens.

An exquisite trip. Wine tasting in South America.

Some meals are enjoyed more with a bit of wine, with travel the same thing happens.

Join us to know the South American destinations where it is produced and enjoy this delicious drink that improves over time.

Valley of Elqui, in Chile. Pisco, astronomy and poetry.
With a variety of valleys with the ideal conditions for the formation of vineyards, Chile is one of the main wine producers in the region. Located about 500km from Santiago, the capital of the country, the Elqui Valley forms the northern border of Chile’s wine regions.

Its soil is dense, rich in nutrients and capable of storing water, which is why sweet and ripe grapes are produced, from which Pisco is obtained, a typical Chilean drink. Also, in this valley are cultivated strains of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Carménère and Chardonnay, so undoubtedly, find good wine to accompany your meals, will not be a problem.

This part of Chile has one of the clearest skies in the southern hemisphere, which is why various international organizations have installed astronomical observatories in the area. At night, the stars can be glimpsed easily, so to visit them or camp in one of the corners of the valley, will be a unique experience that only this southern region of the American continent can offer you.

On the other hand, valley inside, is the city of Vicuña, capital of the Elqui Valley and place where Gabriela Mistral, the famous Chilean poestisa, was born and lived. Among the attractions of this city are the museum that bears his name, as well as the Puclaro Reservoir, which, since its construction in August 1996, offers all year round the ideal climatic conditions for windsurfing, kite surfing and kiteboarding. Definitely, the diversity of attractions that Valle de Elqui has, make it a destination that you will not want to stop visiting.

Ica, history and wines in Peru.
Ica is the place of origin of the Peruvian Pisco, typical drink of the country.

Part of the coastal desert of Peru and part of the Andes mountain range, Ica is one of the centers with the greatest agro-export potential in the country, which has given it great socioeconomic importance. And in fact, it was to this place where the vineyards arrived for the first time, brought by the Spaniards, for some time later to take them to Chile and Argentina. Here you can visit different haciendas and vineyards, where you can witness the different processes that lead to the production of pisco and the wines of this region.

Another attraction of this region of Peru is the Paracas National Reserve, a protected portion of sea and desert, in order to preserve different species of resident and migratory birds, such as pelicans, penguins, flamingos, among other marine species. There are 335 hectares of islands, deserts, cliffs and beaches, which thanks to its impressive natural beauty, attracts local and foreign tourists annually.

Talking about Peru is not only about the Inca culture, but also about the Nazca culture, and you can learn more about it in the Antonini Museum and the María Reiche Museum, which used to be the home of this German woman who dedicated herself to study the Nazca lines, declared cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO. In the Antonini Museum you will find archaeological samples from different stages of the Nazca culture, such as textiles and museums. In addition, it is possible to appreciate the Bisambra channel, which shows the magnificent hydraulic engineering work of this culture.

Mendoza, the most important wine center in Argentina.

Known as the international capital of wine, in Mendoza you can enjoy nature, cultural activities and the best cuisine in one place. Its natural characteristics propitiate the ideal conditions for the production of different types of exquisite wines, among which the Malbec stands out, with a bouquet difficult to find in other regions.

Surrounded by trees and with a pleasant climate throughout the year, this Argentine city where the mountain range is the protagonist, is one of those destinations to which you will undoubtedly want to return.

In its urban area you can find different museums and art galleries, among which are the Wine Museum, the Museum of the Cuyano Past and the Museum of the Foundational Area, which contains an underground chamber with the archaeological remains of the Cabildo of Mendoza. Visiting them will allow you to get to know and get into the culture of Mendoza, as well as taste exquisite samples of the wines produced in the region.

Its offer of outdoor activities leaves nothing to be desired. In Mendoza you can enjoy warm thermal waters complemented by the attention and amenities of hotels and spas. Also, in the Mendoza River it is possible to do rafting during almost all the year, and if we move away a little of the city, we can arrive at the firewoods, a ski center with a vertical unevenness of 1200 meters, that has lodging and gastronomy first level.

Anditrip is a latinamerican travel agency with a professional experience in destinations such as Colombia, Perú, Ecuador, Panamá and Mexico..

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