A luxurious stay at three separate estancias, or luxury ranch hotels, in the Pampas of Argentina, including polo, famous huge steaks, and scenic views.
You can find monkeys, turtles, guinea pigs, alligator, parrots, your choice alive or dead at the Belen market in Peru.
Paola Fornari and her niece go horseback riding the beach in Chiloe, Chile. This large island off the coast of Southern Chile is a beautiful place to ride
Lisa Alpine’s book on travel, Exotic Life: Laughing Rivers, Dancing Drums and Tangled Hearts”
Visit Machu Picchu and you, too, will be awestruck, and even weep a few tears of bliss. It’s a place of great energy and spirituality, and not to be missed.
The Ark of Noah is a replica of the biblical “Noah’s Ark.” This reconstruction will sail globally and re-enact parts of the original Bible story.
It’s a country that’s hard to get to and hard to get around in, but he hiked deep into Guyana’s jungles to view Kaieteur, the world’s longest waterfall.
A Christmas visit to one of the prettiest and most popular cities in Colombia–Cartagena de Indias, which is surrounded by a wall right by the Caribbean.
Bolivia: A high altitude trek to ancient Incamachay cave paintings, see sweeping views of the Andes and a lesson to hire a local guide next time.
In Salt and Silver, a cooking and travel book, Johannes (Jo) Riffelmacher and Thomas (Cozy) Kosikowski set off to surf the Galapagos, cook and learn.
Cycling through rural Colombia: Brad Hall provides tips and photos from a long bike trip he took through the Andes mountains in Colombia and Bogota.
Electric Ghosts of Pachamama is a fascinating collection of true stories about love, exploration and myth in Latin America.
Giving Guatemala is a volunteer program that brings people to rural villages in Guatemala to help build cement floors in local houses to help the locals.
Caracas: Sonja Stark’s first stop on her journey around the world is Venezuela’s capital where crime is high and life is tough.
A journey from LA to the end of South America, via Central America, shared by Steve Hely.
The Zika virus threatens many Central and South American countries, so travelers heading south can benefit from Insect Shield clothing and Bullfrog spray.
Birdwatching from a 30-meter-high watchtower and hiking forest trails are a good introduction to exploring Ecuador’s Amazon and La Selva Lodge.
Rocky Mountain National Park is not just for campers, there is still plenty to do for those who love all the comforts of home.