Enjoy The Andes in Style at Los Cauquenes Resort
As the longest string in the world, the Andes mountain range only comes to an end because the land surrenders to the sea at its southernmost point. There are travellers who seek the limitless sky like a bird and those who seek terra firma to the ends of the earth, as far as man can go. For that special progeny, there is Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa, a luxury base camp for the adventurist traveller. As a guest enters the suite, The Beagle Channel is the first target of the eye as it jumps quickly to its landing place, the snow-capped Andes Mountains. A quick breath is taken as the guest passes through the rooms adorned with every amenity flowing to an exclusive portico, making this view of the end of the earth a whole new world. Every room in the contemporary wood and stone architectural masterpiece of Los Cauquenes provides the opportune view of mountains and water.
Reinamora is known for its “End of the World” gastronomy of intense flavors and aromas accommodating the palette of the well-traveled connoisseur. Experiencing the provincial ingredients of king crab, octopus and harvested fresh vegetables are sure to make dinner a highlighted memory. The Chefs conjoin a wide variety of wines to this culinary science offering the red and white fermented grapes as the final colors in this delicious scenery.
There are many ways to get to the End of the World at Ushuaia. The sound of a train always makes us feel like a journey has begun and the clackety-clack of the wheels lets us know we are going all the way to the last stop. In this case, it could not be truer in going to the southernmost city in the world. The mountains, waterways, forests, and valleys of the Patagonia region are coveted through a window, but experienced by the heart.