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Staying at a lodge is the best option to experience what it is like to live in South America. Discover remote world-famous destinations such as Galapagos Islands and Easter Island, the glaciers and mountains of Patagonia, the lush nature of the Amazon Rainforest, Iguassu Falls and the Ibera Marshes, and the peaceful deserts in the Altiplano (Plateau) region.Create a custom Lodges & Spa Tour
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Some of the most popular lodges are in Patagonia, the Amazon, and wine country. Patagonia lodges are ideal for outdoor enthusiasts seeking to reconnect with nature. Upon arrival, most of these Patagonia Lodges will have a menu of activities you can enjoy during your stay, such as horseback riding and hiking. Pair that with luxurious accommodations and 5-star meals, and you are in for a real treat! One of our recommended lodges in Torres del Paine National Park is Explora Patagonia. This lodge is a 5-star luxury lodge made for both nature lovers and those seeking rest in one of the world’s most beautiful national parks.
Amazon Rainforest lodges are another popular South America lodge option. These range from open air lodges that allow you to fully immerse yourself in the Amazon, to more secluded lodges. No matter what you prefer, there will be an option that meets your needs. Combine Machu Picchu and the Amazon Rainforest in Peru for a unique experience, sure to send you home with great stories and photos.
Wine lodges are another attractive option while traveling in South America. Stay at a variety of different wine lodges all ranging from 4-5 stars. South America is known for their spectacular wines, specifically in Mendoza, Argentina, and Santiago, Chile. Argentina is known for their Malbec wines, while Chile is more commonly known for Carmenère. A Wine lodge is the perfect way to relax at the end of your trip before returning home.