Next Stop Hand Picked
Meet ATP DMC in
Argentina and Chile
Oh, Argentina. This country is HUGE and the 8th largest country in the world with a stunning mix of beautiful landscapes, vibrant cities, rich culture, delicious wine, and is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after destinations. Why did I choose ATP? When you begin to plot out the details of your visit, this Argentinian DMC will help you navigate your journey from start to finish. As my preferred local DMC, they can provide so much information on the culture which gives them the greatest advantage especially with their years of experience and passion for the country.
Because the country is so vast, its best to focus on one or two best locales in this country.
Key destinations are Buenos Aires, Mendoza, Patagonia, Salta, Iguazú Falls and many of the smaller towns not mentioned here. The distances between cities are very long which is why you need the support of a DMC who knows the landscape.
There are so many incredible places to visit in Argentina, and deciding where to focus your travel attention will be difficult. Since 2010, in line with Argentina's commitment to achieve carbon-neutral development by 2050, the country has begun to reduce its emissions mainly through a decrease in deforestation. The report presents a possible roadmap for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 16 percent by 2030 and by 65 percent by 2050.
Bring your dancing shoes with you because tango is the popular choice in this country. Instructors are ready to teach you how to move your feet.
Let’s skip over to Chile
Long considered a city convenient only as a jumping-off point for exploring Patagonia in the south or Atacama in the north, Santiago is coming into its own, offering visitors a cosmopolitan experience. If you’re planning 2 days in Santiago – or more – I’m here with my partner ATP DMC to help guide you toward some of the best things to do in Santiago, the capital city of Chile.
FUN FACT: At 7,500 feet, Chile’s Atacama Desert is the driest place on Earth with a landscape of surreal beauty. Some parts of the region have never received a drop of rain and the Desert is probably also the oldest desert on earth.