Heading to Peru to go to Machu Picchu? Here’s my Cusco travel guide to give you an idea of what else you can do in and outside the city.
Peru is more than just Machu Picchu and the Nazca Lines. There’s sandboarding in Huacachina, too, for the more sports-oriented and the adrenaline junkie.
Have you always wanted to visit Machu Picchu in Peru? Here’s one of the cheapest ways to get there.
The city of Potosi in Bolivia is more than just the silver mines that it is known for. Guest writer Laia of Dream Travel Girl shares her experience.
Peru is a treasure trove of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Aside from Machu Picchu, there’s the Nazca lines, the ancient artwork frozen in time.
I never thought I’d get to climb my first 5,000+m mountain in Bolivia. Mt. Chacaltaya, once the world’s highest ski resort, was indeed a surprise!
Snorkeling in Bonito was one of the highlights of my travel in Brazil. Read why this town won the Best Destination for Responsible Tourism award.
Hola! In this month’s edition of the Visit South America series, find out traveler Dan Harati’s top ten experiences in South America. You might want to do some of them!
For this month’s edition of the Visit South America series, guest blogger Claudia Tavani suggests things you can do for 3 days in Cartagena, Colombia.
Have you heard of Rapa Nui, aka Easter Island? This is a must-visit in South America. Guest bloggers The Travelling Monkeys will show you what you can find there.
In this month’s edition of the Visit South America series, Reima Saleem talks about South American cuisine, listing her favorites as well as those that are a must-eat for all visitors. Read on to find out what makes South America great for foodies!
Guest contributor Bianca Bauza shares her favorite cities for street art in South America. Read her post if you love street art as well!