Tag: South America

Coffee Country in Central Colombia

Corcora Valley, Periera and Antiqua Colombia's Coffee Center By Max Hartshorne When I return from a trip, I'm always asked…

5 years ago

Riobamba, Ecuador: Riding Down the Devil's Nose

The Infamous Nariz del Diablo By David Joshua Jennings I am sitting on top of the front caboose when the…

8 years ago

Offbeat Uruguay: A Country That Celebrates Individuality

A chessboard in Montevideo. Photos by Ian Sumter. Offbeat Uruguay: A Country That Celebrates Individuality By Ian Sumter At a…

8 years ago

Colombia: Cartagena's Carousel of Carousing

Cartagena deserves its rich reputation By David Rich Three years after my first visit, Cartagena, Colombia hadn’t changed an iota,…

8 years ago

Hotels Up & Down the Chilean Beanpole, Page 2

Checking into Hotels Up and Down the Chilean Beanpole - Page Two by Mark Zussman Wilderness I am not sure…

8 years ago

The Lake Region of Chile

Temperate Rainforests and World-Class Volcanoes By Sonja Stark Few people realize that the Lake Region (Los Lagos) in Southern Chile…

8 years ago

The Historic Hills of Valparaiso Chile: Something Truly Special

The Murals and people of Valparaiso, Chile By Brendan Nogue For decades, scores of public figures who shaped South American history…

8 years ago

The Andes Trail Expedition: Biking to the End of the World in South America

By Kaitlyn Silva If ordinary bicycle tours aren’t enough to satisfy the intrepid traveler in you, it’s time to take…

9 years ago

The Future of Women's Travel: More Adventure, Less Shopping

By Isadora Dunne Beyond providing an escape from our everyday routine, travel enables us to understand ourselves and the world…

9 years ago

Searching for a City in the Wild Amazon

The Lost City of Z… Tracking History in the Amazon David Grann just published a fascinating book about an adventure…

9 years ago

Machu Picchu: An Ancient Treasure Threatened by Man and Nature

Machu Picchu: An Ancient Treasure Threatened by Man and Nature By David Rich The Wow factor of the world's greatest…

9 years ago

In the Land of Sand: Dune Surfing in Huacachina, Peru

By Cassie Silva “But there’s no snow!” To a backpacker hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia, boarding is considered a winter…

9 years ago