Tag Archives: South America

A first timer’s guide to Patagonia

Want to explore the wildness of one of the world’s most southerly places? If you are looking for a first timer’s guide to Patagonia, this post will get you started planning your itinerary. You’ll also want to have a look at this Patagonia packing list to ensure you’re well prepared. 1) Chiloe Island, Chile Begin […]

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Touring the Peruvian desert

Many people that think of Peru automatically associate it with Machu Picchu and the Andes when it comes to travel, but touring the Peruvian desert has its own set of experiences that are just waiting for you to discover. Check out a few of the places you can visit in this region below… 1) Mancora […]

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Is there a place you don’t want to visit? Here’s why you should re-consider…

Afraid to travel somewhere because you think you might get robbed, ill, or end up giving your country a bad name inadvertently by not knowing about a cultural norm? Don’t let fear run your travel life … here’s what you can do to overcome your apprehension of spots you don’t want to visit so you can […]

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Best boutique hotels in Colombia

Finally taking the plunge this year and heading to Colombia? Being one of South America’s hottest countries over the past few years, people are discovering a nation that is far more modern and safe that they had ever conceived in their mind. Want to know about the best boutique hotels in Colombia to plan your […]

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Things to do in Galapagos, South America

The Galapagos Islands are a haven for lovers of the great outdoors and wildlife fans as well as being an once-in-a-lifetime experience, and some travellers come for a few weeks while other only stay for a few days. There’s so much to see that time is always going to be tight, so here’s our lowdown […]

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Things To Do In Caracas, Venezuela

It is not always that we find a park older than 3 centuries set amidst an urban landscape. Welcome to Caracas, the largest city that is also the capital of Venezuela. The Hacienda Floresta is not only a retreat right in city but also houses a beautiful photography museum. Ask anyone who has visited Caracas […]

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