Travel structure versus Holiday Spontaneity It’s always a bit of a battle. In one camp you have Structure. Structure is the planner in all of us, the one who needs to research and read all the reviews, the one searching for the ‘perfect’ hotel to stay in based on parameters X, Y and Z. That […]
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There are plenty of eye-opening events to head to when travelling in Peru to make your visit unforgettable and here are some of the best Peru festivals.
February 29th comes but once every four years giving us an extra day to play in the annual calendar. If you just happen to be traveling during this occasion, what could you do with an extra day in South America?
Bolivia is rich with history, tradition and striking scenery and here are 4 Bolivia tours for your next adventure.
Family Travel could be an excellent opportunity to explore the world and visit one of the most vast continents in the world: South America.
If you’re thinking of taking the longer journey to Machu Picchu, here are 7 inca trail facts you must know.
Is South America Safe? This has to be hands down one of the most common questions I get asked as a travel specialist specialising in South America. It makes no difference how experienced a traveller they may be or where they originate from, this concern along with a pair of weary and inquisitives eyes follows […]
What makes the archaeological site of Machu Picchu a cannot-miss, must-see place for anyone with a thirst for travel experiences and a passion for exploration?
Photography and travel go together. Here are the places in South America you need to be sure you have your camera ready for.
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.