Here you can go on Argentina wine tours, adventure tours in the Amazon, and explore myriad historic cities, untouched forests, vast deserts, and majestic mountains.
Burbank, CA (PRWEB) October 04, 2011
South American destinations dominate in top publications’ lists of must-visit places for 2011, according to Burbank, CA-based travel consultancy firm Eureka Travel. Areas and cities in Argentina, Chile, Peru and Uruguay have appeared in recently released rankings by Condé Nast Traveler, the New York Times, the New York Post, and Lonely Planet among others.
Santiago, Chile’s capital city, topped the Times’ list of “The 41 Places to Go in 2011,” which also includes Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Another Chilean destination recently mentioned is the Atacama Desert, #5 in the Post’s list of “10 Unforgettable Trips for 2011”; the list reserved its top spot for Lima, Peru and placed Buenos Aires, Argentina a few steps down at #8. The Peruvian Amazon is another oft-mentioned region, appearing in both Condé Nast’s “Destination 2011” and Lonely Planet’s “Top 10 Cities for 2011” (Iquitos). One more Lonely Planet list, “Top 10 Best Value Destinations for 2011,” placed Argentina at #7, lauding the country for offering “great quality food, wine, lodging and transport” for a great price.
All these recent accolades haven’t come as a surprise to Eureka Travel. A purveyor of custom South America vacation packages, the firm reports having seen a significant rise in the region’s travel profile over the past few years.
“South America is simply spectacular,” says the firm’s founder Analia Rupar-Przebieda, a native of Argentina and herself a frequent traveler. “It’s not surprising why people are beginning to pay attention. Here you can go on Argentina wine tours, adventure tours in the Amazon, and explore myriad historic cities, untouched forests, vast deserts, and majestic mountains.”
For more information on Argentina adventure tours, Chile wine tours, and various other South America vacation packages, visit Eureka Travel’s website, http://www.EurekaTravel.net or get in touch directly with Analia Rupar-Przebieda.