With its inventive food scene, excellent beaches and “Night of the Iguana” mystique, the city makes the perfect weekend getaway.
Chile has a wealth of beautiful landscapes beyond the iconic regions of Patagonia and Atacama. Here are some of them.
Latin America is home to a wide variety of culinary traditions and styles. From its indigenous cuisines to ingredients and recipes introduced by immigrants from around the world.
Here’s a rundown of the best ways to enjoy South America.
From the tropical beaches of the Caribbean to the windswept archipelago of Tierra del Fuego, backpacking South America guarantees a treasure trove of adventures
Colombia's popularity as a tourist destination has never been higher
As the largest city in Ecuador, Guayaquil is an important hub for business and transportation. It’s also home to an increasing number of interesting tourism attractions.
Ciudad Perdida gives travellers the chance to live out their Indiana Jones fantasies as they battle rock scrambles, steep ascents and numerous waterfalls along the way.
When people think of tropical vacations, they probably think of the Bahamas, the Virgin Islands, or possibly even Mexico. Perhaps, you should look a little further south to the small country of Belize.
Colombia’s vibrant, engaging capital is overflowing with fascinating history
Are you thinking about planning a trip to Uruguay, but totally lost when it comes to the best time to visit?
The INCA TRAIL permits for the months of May through August 2017 have almost sold out, and many people are exploring alternate hiking trails to Machu Picchu.
If you are casually visiting Colombia, do not miss the opportunity to perceive the beauty of this region.
Transportation is an old problem.
The process of getting something, or someone, from one place to another is never easy.
When it comes to sustainable country houses, South America is a wonderland of quirky, unique, and downright beautiful ecolodges
I work on a cruise ship.
The ship I work on goes to Alaska.
The Peruvian peninsula of Paracas, whose 335,000 hectares (827 acres) of tropical desert stretch into the Pacific Ocean to form one of the richest, rarest ecosystems in the world
In the north of Brazil the beaches resemble tropical white-sand dreams, and as one travels south the geography changes, yet still offers spectacular pockets of coastline.
It is an area that possess many wonders known to few due to the internal conflict that the country was facing.
This week’s question: Have you ever been to Cuba? Do you plan to go? Why or why not?
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