Five Luxurious Experiences You Must Try in the Andes

The Andes is the longest mountain range in the world and runs along the western side of South America. It passes through Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, and Colombia. This is one of the most stunning mountain ranges in the world and has a diverse geography that includes rain forests, archaeological sites, desert, forests, lakes, grasslands, glaciers, and volcanoes. It is this diversity that makes it so appealing to travelers. It is a particularly fantastic place to visit for those interested in adventure vacations or trips focusing on nature and the outdoors. However, there are also many luxury experiences you can enjoy in The Andes. Here are five of the top luxury experiences if The Andes is the destination of your choice.

1. Cavas Wine Lodge, Mendoza, Argentina

Argentina is known for many things and one of these is its production of wine. If you are a wine lover, then a stay at Cavas Wine Lodge is a totally unique experience. Not only is it nestled between vineyards, it was also the first hotel to combine a spa with wine-based therapies. Those staying at the lodge can delight in the gourmet food and outstanding range of wines served in the dining room as well as taking a tour of the local vineyards on horseback. Therefore, guests can choose to relax in the spa areas of this hotel or get out and about exploring the surrounding area.

2. Explora Atacama Lodge, Atacama, Chile

The Explora Atacama Lodge allows guests to benefit from the stunning diversity of the landscapes in this part of the world. It is located close to the oasis town of San Pedro in the Atacama Desert between the snow-capped Andes mountains and the Pacific Ocean. This location gives guests not only panoramic views, it is also ideally located to access all the outdoor activities available in the surrounding area. The hotel offers a variety of private excursions so visitors can fully experience the unique beauty of the area in which they are staying. Some examples of these are horseback riding across the sand dunes, volcano climbing, historic and cultural outings, mountain biking, and Moon Valley sunset watching. The hotel itself offers luxurious accommodation that is designed to perfectly match the setting. The dining room offers a selection of exquisite international dishes.

3. Hotel Llao Llao, The Patagonia, Argentina

This five-star venue offers luxurious accommodation and exceptional services. The setting of the hotel is outstanding as it is set by a crystal-clear lake and surrounded by snow-capped mountains. While the rooms have a rustic charm, the hotel has all the modern facilities that the discerning traveler needs. The accommodation is expansive with rooms that take advantage of the natural light. Each room has a view of either the lake or the surrounding mountains. Guests can enjoy the large heated pool, relax in the spa, or play a round of golf on the 18-hole golf course. Other activities that people can enjoy either in the hotel or the surrounding area include tango lessons, fishing, hiking, birdwatching, skiing, watersports, yoga, and rappelling.

4. Salkantay Lodge & Adventure Resort, Peru

For those looking to combine luxury with adventure, a stay at the Salkantay Lodge & Adventure resort will allow you to enjoy both types of experience. It is ideally located to explore the historic Inca Trail and the beautiful surroundings. At the hotel, guests have the unique experience of staying in wooden huts. While this may sound simplistic, they are fitted to the highest standard and there is a wide range of amenities available to guests. One of the best features of visiting this lodge is sitting under the stars in the outdoor jacuzzi while enjoying a chilled glass of champagne.

5. Hacienda Zuleta, Ecuador

If you want to combine a luxurious level of comfort with getting close to nature, then Hacienda Zuleta is the perfect choice. This 16th-century lodge is located us two hours from Quito, the capital of Ecuador, but is a whole world away from the buzz of the city. Guests can enjoy their tranquil surroundings and get away from the stresses and strains of daily life. The fourteen rooms are decorated in a classic style and offer spacious accommodation. The lodge’s dining room offers a delicious menu consisting of dishes made using local produce. Those staying in the lodge will wake to spectacular views of the mountains and surrounding countryside each morning. The hotel is close to a wide range of outdoor activities to enjoy during your stay, such as cow milking, hiking, and mountain biking.


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