Caminito  - Buenos Aires

Caminito: A street full of culture

If you want to learn how to dance Tango, Caminito is the correct place where you can see, smell, and experience all about this singular music

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Top 6 diving spots in Latin America

If you love to live an adventurous life near the ocean, this article may help you when booking your next vacation

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Arauca awakening

An Arauca awakening

Colombia's popularity as a tourist destination has never been higher  

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San Andrés

San Andrés' quieter side

Things are far quieter on the south and west sides of the island, the latter being the prime spot for diving and snorkelling

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eco lodges in South America

Coolest eco lodges in South America

When it comes to sustainable country houses, South America is a wonderland of quirky, unique, and downright beautiful ecolodges

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Bird watching in Costa Rica

Top 6 eco tours in Latin America

Here are six ecotourism activities in Latin America that adventurous souls should add to their bucket list

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Cape Horn  - Chile

Cape Horn: What a journey!

Come to Cape Horn and disconnect yourself from the outside world on the southernmost point of South America.

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desert of Atacama

The magical desert of Atacama

Far from being a desolate, arid wilderness, the Atacama Desert in Chile is overflowing with captivating allure.

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Florianopolis

Come to Florianopolis in south Brazil

Standing as the capital of the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina on the southern coast of Brazil, Florianópolis is the epitome of a Brazilian beach paradise.

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Capurganá

Capurganá: The paradise you’ve been waiting for

Capurganá, located in the Caribbean, offers picture- perfect, sandy landscapes between a small bay and dense tropical rain forest.

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5 bizarre foods of South America

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.

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Cerro Negro: An adventure waiting for you

Do not miss the opportunity to visit Cerro Negro and enjoy its adventurous plans.

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Three moorlands that you must see in Colombia

The following three paramos can easily be reached from Bogotá, so put on your waterproof boots, grab a raincoat, and head for the city's surrounding hills.

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Want to become a gaucho in the Argentinian Patagonia?

Escape the tyranny of your inbox to immerse yourself in the nitty gritty of gaucho life.

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Belize: The country of natural wonders

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.

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What to do in Taganga, Colombia

Taganga may not be the most obvious tourist destination in Colombia, but certainly it’s worth a thought if you’re in the Caribbean region. 

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In Lima, Peru, history and culture run deep

Lima it’s truly an international city, with a wealth of sights, tastes and activities that connect the present with its ancient past (all on a relatively inexpensive budget, of course).

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Best time to visit Uruguay

Are you thinking about planning a trip to Uruguay, but totally lost when it comes to the best time to visit?

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What to do in Manaos, Brazil

Here are some of the things you must do when you visit Manaos.

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San Agustín Archaeological Park in Colombia

The park was declared a World Heritage Site in 1995

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5 amazing landscapes in Chile that you've probably never heard of

Chile has a wealth of beautiful landscapes beyond the iconic regions of Patagonia and Atacama. Here are some of them.

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Colombia: Ready to become a tourist beacon in LatAm

Analysts and big players in the hotel industry argue that tourism will become one of the biggest contributors to Colombian economy in the next years.

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