Travel articles about the exciting continent of South America.
Penetrating the ‘Land of Many Waters’ to a spectacular Waterfall, Kaieteur By Edward Placidi Gliding down the wide South American river in the black of night, a New Moon cast a thin line of sight, revealing the ebony silhouette of the rainforest canopy. The only sound was the muted whine of the panga’s small outboard […]
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.
Salt & Silver: Travel, Surf, Cook traces the journey of Johannes “Jo” Riffelmacher and Thomas “Cozy” Kosikowski as they travel through Central and South America—reporting on all the best surfing locations, chronicling the stories of local surfers and restaurant owners, and compiling recipes representative of each area. This eclectic and off-beat travelogue immerses readers in the […]
By Brad Hall When planning a dream vacation, Colombia generally isn’t one of the top countries that come to mind. But Colombia is a country full of incredible scenery, diversity, and culture. Despite the country’s rich history, people tend to shy away due to perceived risk and danger. Most people, when asked, will say that […]
Love, Myth, and Exploration in Latin America Electric Ghosts of Pachamama comprises both an intellectual and a physical journey. It is a fascinating collection of true stories about love, exploration, and myth in Latin America. Michael Molyneux crisscrossed 10,000 miles of the South American wilderness and here shows us that the travelogue can voyage deeply […]
GlobeAware sends volunteers to help local families improve their lives by putting in cement floors. By Elijah Rivera For most of us, having a solid floor underneath our kitchens and living rooms a pretty basic necessity that we take for granted. But for many rural villagers in Guatemala and other countries, the reality is that […]