There's a myth here in Los Llanos. A myth about a fireball that comes from the sky and approaches solitary walkers, engulfing them in flames.
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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.
As Bogotá has increasingly become a melting pot of cultures from every part of Colombia, restaurants focusing on regional dishes and ingredients are opening with regularity.
Parque Tayrona, one of Colombia’s most popular tourist attractions, will close for a month on Saturday to allow the local indigenous tribes to carry out an “environmental and cultural cleansing” of the nature reserve.
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.
Floating weightless in mile-and-a-half-deep volcanic mud was by far the most memorable part of my visit to Colombia, even if I didn't have my phone in hand to document the surrealness of it all.
Nearly 500 years after the first Spaniards in Peru raided the sanctuary of Pachacamac, a major pre-Columbian deity, their steps have been retraced in a tour of the ruins of that site’s ancient temples and palaces.
The Las Lajas Sanctuary, a church located at an altitude of 2,900 meters (9,508 feet) in the Colombian Andes, has become a major draw for tourists, with some calling the neo-Gothic basilica the world’s most beautiful church.
With its inventive food scene, excellent beaches and “Night of the Iguana” mystique, the city makes the perfect weekend getaway.
Colombia was nominated as the “best emerging LGBT tourist destination” for 2017 by the FITUR, an annual International Tourism Trade Fair to be held in Spain later this month.
With some planning and good weather, it is possible to hit the highlights in ten days and still not have to rush too much.
Peru’s historic grandeur is still visible in the city center (called El Centro or simply Lima, by locals), where the massive colonial buildings have warranted a UNESCO World Heritage Site designation
The whole tour is expected to last around five hours and it will be free of charge, on condition of registering online beforehand.
The Tourism Ministry’s newest visitor center has opened in Paysandu, a province in northwestern Uruguay, introducing visitors to the Meseta de Artigas, an area rich in history.
Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean announced plans to launch cruises from the U.S. to Cuba on Wednesday after inking a deal with the Cuban government.
The World Travel Awards (WTA) have selected Peru as the World’s Leading Culinary Destination in 2016 for the fifth consecutive year.
What would it take to get you out on the farm on your next vacation — perhaps some freshly made chocolate? How about some exciting outdoor activities like horseback riding, tubing and cycling?
Delta Air Lines, which plans to resume regularly scheduled flights to Cuba on Dec. 1, has opened an office in Havana and is already selling tickets.
The historic capital city of Quito may attract more attention than its larger counterpart, Guayaquil. But Ecuador‘s biggest metropolis is home to an increasing number of diversions.
Mama Shelter, a budget boutique hotel brand set up by the co-founder of Club Med, has plumped the cushions at a new design-focused property in Rio de Janeiro
In Rio de Janeiro, Prainha beach, in Grumari, and Marina Costabella, in Angra dos Reis, join seven other beaches and marinas across Brazil to be awarded the Blue Flag for sustainability and quality.