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The O Circuit in Torres del Paine National Park in Chile is easily the most famous trail in Patagonia. Though the towers in the park earned it such renown, it’s the ever-changing landscape on each day of the trail that has made me fall in love with it enough to hike it twice. Based on two experiences on the O circuit now, this is my perfect itinerary, which can be done in 8 or 9 days, finishing with the crown jewel, the Torres:
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South America has so much beauty and wild nature...and nothing compares to its waterfalls. Whether it is a series of steps with water sprayed in attractive patterns, or the dramatic force in large waterfalls with a significant volume pouring over the edge, South America has stunning examples of both. If you're heading to South America, be sure to visit these waterfalls.
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No other country in South America boasts as much natural beauty within such a relatively small place as Chile. Here the iconic Andes Mountains run along the length of the nation, from Patagonia in the south to the northern deserts up to the border with Bolivia. This 13-day itinerary covers the major highlights found in and around the Andes, including the northern Atacama Desert, the central Lake District, and the most famous national park in Chilean Patagonia: Torres del Paine.
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We've selected 15 must-experience stays that every traveler, vacationer, and dreamer should keep their eye on this year, from beachside stunners in Greece and one-of-a-kind stays across the USA to remote, next-level properties. If you have "travel more" at the top of your resolutions list for 2019 or you're simply craving a dose of travel inspiration, you'll want to keep reading!
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Ah, spring. It's a time of year when the winter doldrums can seem overwhelming; the excitement of the holidays has passed, but summer is still comically far-off. But that also makes it the perfect time to travel. After all, there's nothing like a change of scenery plus a little R & R to help you shake those winter blues.
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At the world’s most incredible hotels, you’ll get both by planning your travels around where you want to stay.
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