We consider ourselves lucky at Craft Travel to have well-traveled, adventurous clients who come back year after year challenging us to up the ante. One client who always keeps it entertaining for us is Paul, a globetrotting architect from New York who has a passion for all things off the beaten path. On his most recent trip with us, he and his wife Sandi explored the best of Argentina and Chile, heading from Mendoza to Buenos Aires, and then south to Patagonia, crossing from El Calafate on the Argentinean side into Chilean Torres del Paine. He enjoyed the journey so much that a local New York newspaper featured his incredible account of the trip.
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It's definitely been quite the year for Chile, and we're giving you a chance to get in on the action with an unforgettable giveaway trip.
Today we had the pleasure of not only being featured on the Steve Harvey Show but also of providing this adorable couple with the Chilean honeymoon of their dreams! Thanks to our partners at Hotel Las Torres and Luciano K Hotel for helping us put together this amazing trip.
It’s always satisfying to know that others share a love for your favorite destinations. When The New York Times declares one of them the #2 place in the entire world to visit in 2017 on their iconic Top-52 annual list, you can’t help but feel equal parts elated and proud. Second only to Canada, the Atacama Desert has officially been declared a 2017 travel must-see.
Astronomers, astrophysicists and other sundry brainiacs from around the world flock to Chile to gaze into the night sky. With good reason. Chile's high altitude, few clouds and minimal light pollution make this South American gem one of the premiere stargazing spots around the globe. But you don't have to be a rocket science to experience the wonder of the Chilean sky, there are plenty of outstanding stargazing experiences for those of us who are still a few credits shy of our PhDs.