In honour of World Dulce de Leche day on the 11 of October, I thought it fitting to share a recipe for this incredible caramel filling that is unmistakably South American and that you would most likely come across during your travels there.
In South America, trains have always been a popular mode of transport but are also great ways for travellers to enjoy the continent. Here are 5 of the best train trips to explore on in South America.
Over the past few years, South American wines have captured the attention of even the most serious wine lovers. It shouldn’t come as a surprise given the fact that Jesuit missionaries brought with them grape stock from the Old World. On top of that, South America’s climate and geography makes grape growing and winemaking suitable.
If you think all deserts and arid climates are sand filled landscapes with not much for travellers to do except survive the suffocating heat, think again. These regions offer an incredible contrast in terms of scenery landscapes, geological formations and activities worth discovering.
Spanning the southern most areas of both Chile and Argentina, Patagonia is an epic addition to your South American travel journey. An area that draws in those seeking adventure and pristine natural beauty that should not be rushed. Here is a collection of the best things to do there.
Top experiences in Argentina This week’s visual blog looks at South America’s second largest country, Argentina Wander South to Patagonia Whilst the region also encompasses Chile, wonders of Argentinean Patagonia are incredible and worth a visit if travelling during the summer months. Marvel at the awesome Perito Moreno Glacier from El Calafate or hike through El […]