Sky Biking in the Cloud Forest of the Mashpi Lodge in Ecuador, South America.
Uruguay: Home to Poets and Mystics. Exploring the home of poet Pablo Neruda.
Bathing in Luxury at the Casa Gangotena in Quito, Ecuador.
Uruguay: South America’s Secret. A country with swank beach resorts, ranches and wine–and legal pot as well as exciting Montevideo and Punta del Este.
Easter Island: Shelley Seale visits Rapa Nui and learns about the mystery and history of the more than 6000 Moai statues all over the island.
Cartagena de las Indias: Colombia’s most beautiful and historic city never disappoints.
Guatemala: Learning Spanish in Quetzaltenango: how much can you learn in four weeks?
Watching Wild and Captive Condors at Hacienda Zuleta in Ecuador.
Sierra de la Ventana, Argentina: Lydia Carey cools off in a river and visits their Sierra museum in this faraway, windswept town in the country’s northlands
Argentina: A very green hostel in Buenos Aires and advice on where to eat and visit from a local.
Argentina Patagonia: Walking, trekking and destination info about the region, viewing El Chalten. the glaciers, and hiking with spikes on over the ice.
Wild Women: Travel Adventures of a Worldly Woman. Lisa Alpine writes about meeting a tropical fish dealer in Colombia named Ray.
A cruise through the Panama Canal on a 72-person megayacht with Odysseys Unlimited.
Rio de Janeiro’s Carnaval is as crazy as it gets, Ron Mitchell enjoys the people and the spectacle.
WWOOFing in Argentina Pagagonia. George Nelson learns to crack walnuts on a rural farm in Southern Argentina as a WWOOF volunteer.
Lydia Carey takes us to Salta Argentina: Visiting the far northern province of Salta, contrasts in terrain and sleepy towns.
Isla Baru, near Cartagena Colombia: Traveling without a bed, and finding $25 rooms on the beach, fresh coconuts for $2 and a relaxing beach to enjoy.
Buenos Aires and Iguazu Falls: a women-only trip to Argentina is a perfect choice for many.