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  • 3 Deserts in South America to Help You Beat the Winter Blahs

    As the weather turns colder and Jack Frost begins nipping at your nose, there’s no better time to start planning your next great escape. If you’re stuck in a snowbird state of mind, one of the most enticing ways to beat the cold is to head south of the equator where the seasons are conveniently opposite the icy north. South America offers a number of intriguing retreats, but to really find forever summer, head to one of the desert regions for an epic warm weathered getaway.

    When you’re ready to fly the coop, check out these South American deserts to help beat the winter blahs.

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    The Avenue of the Volcanoes: Exploring Two Hours South of Quito

    In 1802 German explorer Alexander von Humbolt in a visit to Ecuador´s Sierra coined a phrase that is now part of the tourism vocabulary for mainland Ecuador: Avenue of the Volcanoes.

    Between the eastern and western cordilleras of the Andes Mountains, along a stretch of 300 kilometers, all of Ecuador’s highest mountain peaks (nine are above 5,000 meters) are part of a protected area, either a national park or an ecological reserve.  The mountain peaks are actually volcanoes, both active and inactive, which offer the opportunity to experience their beauty in many ways.

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