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Chacarita: Buenos Aires has long banked on grass-fed beef to propel its food scene, but that’s hardly all that’s on the menu these days – and Michelin’s first guide to Argentina, unveiled in November 2023, is proof. Porteños embrace a spontaneous approach to eating and drinking, and the Chacarita neighbourhood – right near ever-cool Palermo – is the Argentine capital’s current casual-dining darling with a diverse collection of recently opened spots.
Patagonia Azul: Despite the challenges of taming Argentina’s vast and unmeasurable region of Patagonia, Fundación Rewilding’s Patagonia Azul Project park conservation effort has scaled up over the past two years with several gateways for visitors. And the adventures are rich: Navigations to Islas Blancas and the abandoned Isla Leones lighthouse with local tour operator Viento Azul, for example, put you in the company of petrels, cormorants, and Commerson’s dolphins as well as four species of whale – you can go even deeper into the blue with snorkelling and diving in Camarones. When calm, the Bustamante Bay’s waters are perfect for kayaking and stand-up paddling, while surfers come to Cabo Raso for the testing tubes.
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