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The Town of El Calafate
South America

The town derives its name from a type of berry that grows endemic in this region. A once quaint town that has now grown increasingly tacky over the years as the tourism business booms, it is still pleasant to stroll around nonetheless.

The massive iridescent Moreno Glacier is some 80km away and at least 4 different bus companies ply this route about twice daily.

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