Food intensity

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Mendoza, Argentina
One of the world’s greatest wine regions. Located in the foothills of the Andes, in the shadow of Mount Aconcagua, vineyards are planted at some of the highest altitudes where the intensity of the sunlight increases. The area produces nearly two-thirds of all Argentine wine with vineyards and villages offering a delight of local cuisine.

Grenada
This English-speaking Caribbean Island gives you uncrowded beaches and plenty of local culture and cuisine. You can go for a swim in the clear waters of Grand Anse Beach and trek through the rainforest of Seven Sisters Waterfalls, all within a day. Known as the Spice Island it also produces some of the world’s most exciting cocoa, and some of its best chocolate.

São Paulo, Brazil
While it can’t be described as a beautiful place, the hotel and food scene is on the rise in São Paulo. With over 10 million inhabitants, it is the world's third largest city and the largest in South America. It is vibrant and diverse with great museums and full-on nightlife alongside this Brazilian culinary feast.