When planning your next Latin American getaway, look for LEED certified hotels
A quiet town in the heart of the Andes' mountain range filled with unique colonial architecture
"A conquest always begins by the stomach"
The Caribbean nation tends to captivate the attention of all but a few scenarios may cause disillusionment
Get to the heart of the Argentinian culture by eating your way through its delicious cuisine
Colombian cuisine is colorful, full of flavor, and everchanging. If you’re an adventure seeker with a big appetite, then this South American country should be your next travel destination
It is an area that possess many wonders known to few due to the internal conflict that the country was facing.
A Colombian town filled with incredible myths and legends
Whether it’s spotting a jaguar or smelling the scent of a rare type of flower, this spot has something to offer to every nature lover.
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
If you love to live an adventurous life near the ocean, this article may help you when booking your next vacation
Colombia's popularity as a tourist destination has never been higher
Things are far quieter on the south and west sides of the island, the latter being the prime spot for diving and snorkelling
When it comes to sustainable country houses, South America is a wonderland of quirky, unique, and downright beautiful ecolodges
Here are six ecotourism activities in Latin America that adventurous souls should add to their bucket list
Come to Cape Horn and disconnect yourself from the outside world on the southernmost point of South America.
Far from being a desolate, arid wilderness, the Atacama Desert in Chile is overflowing with captivating allure.
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.
Capurganá, located in the Caribbean, offers picture- perfect, sandy landscapes between a small bay and dense tropical rain forest.
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.
Do not miss the opportunity to visit Cerro Negro and enjoy its adventurous plans.
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.