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Colombia's Coffee Triangle: Pereira, Manizales and Armenia

Colombia's Coffee Triangle: Pereira, Manizales and Armenia
Colombia’s Coffee Triangle in the departments of Pereira, Manizales, and Armenia, where he enjoys splendid scenery, smoked trout and traditional Colombian hospitality.

Favela Tours Offer a Glimpse of the Slums

Favela Tours Offer a Glimpse of the Slums
Favela Tours Offer a Glimpse of the Slums of Rio de Janiero, Brazil

Learning Spanish on a Cultural Tour of Lima, Peru

Learning Spanish on a Cultural Tour of Lima, Peru
Alice Driver writes about learning Spanish in Lima, Peru by traveling solo, visiting museums, riding busses and eating at local restaurants.

Expoartesanias: Serious Shopping in Bogota, Colombia

Expoartesanias: Serious Shopping in Bogota, Colombia
Andrew Dier writes about Expoartesanías a crafts fair in Bogotá, Colombia, where travelers can do some serious shopping.

Offbeat Uruguay: A Country That Celebrates Individuality

Offbeat Uruguay: A Country That Celebrates Individuality
Uruguay: Ian Sumter visits Montevideo and Colonia in Uruguay and sees numerous pageants, parades and other celebrations of the country's individuality.

Colombia: Cartagena's Carousel of Carousing

Colombia: Cartagena's Carousel of Carousing
David Rich visits Cartagena, Colombia, which he calls 'a city of dizzying beaches, bays, canals, islands, and copious pulchritude in architecture, gemstones, and femininity.'

The Lake Region of Chile: Temperate Rainforests and World-Class Volcanoes

The Lake Region of Chile: Temperate Rainforests and World-Class Volcanoes
Chile: Sony Stark travels to the Lake Region of Chile where she visits a Bavarian village, watches the traditional Cueca dancing and takes part in a sacred tree blessing ceremony.

Chile: Checking into Hotels Up and Down the Beanpole - Page 2

Chile: Checking into Hotels Up and Down the Beanpole - Page 2
Mark Zussman takes a tour of Chile, visiting the country's capital, Santiago, and nearby Valparaiso, Puerto Varas, Lake Llanquihue, Puerto Montt, Chiloé Island, and the Colchagua Valley.

Chile Hotels, Mixed Reviews

Chile Hotels, Mixed Reviews
Mark Zussman takes a tour of Chile, visiting the country's capital, Santiago, and nearby Valparaiso, Puerto Varas, Lake Llanquihue, Puerto Montt, Chiloé Island, and the Colchagua Valley.

Minas Gerais, the Heart of Brazil

Minas Gerais, the Heart of Brazil
Minas Gerais, Brazil | Paul Shoul visits and enjoys the poetry, the music, the art, the architecture, the history, the cuisine, the nightlife, the natural wonders, the climate -- everything about this ...

Cycling the Length of South America

Cycling the Length of South America
Mark Kennedy writes about James Pratt, a British attorney who is cycling the length of South America.

Iquique, Northern Chile: Arid Land of Stark Beauty

Iquique, Northern Chile: Arid Land of Stark Beauty
Iquique, Northern Chile | Max Hartshorne visits Iquique in Northern Chile and meets native peoples at 12,000 feet, discovers Iquique's amazing fish and produce markets and lives life in the Alto P ...

The Historic Hills of Valparaiaso Chile: Something Truly Special

The Historic Hills of Valparaiaso Chile: Something Truly Special
Brendan Nogue writes about the historic city of Valparaiso, Chile, also a busy seaport and cultural center, where he walks the cobbletone streets, rides the cable cars and visits the home of legendary ...

Up the Coast of Brazil: Salvador to Recife

Up the Coast of Brazil: Salvador to Recife
Senior Travel Editor Kent St. John takes a trip up the coast of Brazil from Salvador to Recife and the old colonial fortress town of Olinda, now a World Heritage Site.

Peru's Manu National Park: A Family Adventure in the Amazon Jungle

Peru's Manu National Park: A Family Adventure in the Amazon Jungle
Environmental Scienties Michael Space and his family go on an adventure into Manu National Park in the Peruvian Amazon where they encounter an incredible variety of exotic plants and animals.

Brazil's Emerald Coast: The State of Rio de Janeiro

Brazil's Emerald Coast: The State of Rio de Janeiro
Brazil's Emerald Coast in the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro, where he enjoys the sailing, snorkeling, sightseeing and shopping, as well as the world-class cuisine.

The Hummingbird Outside My Window: The Mystery of the Nazca Lines

The Hummingbird Outside My Window: The Mystery of the Nazca Lines
Peru: Cassie Silva takes a flight over the Nazca Desert in Peru to view the famous giant petroglyphs thought to be more than two thousand years old.

Ecuador: Finding Sea Legs in the Galapagos

Ecuador: Finding Sea Legs in the Galapagos
Jon Brandts explores the Galapagos Islands and gets up close and personal with tortoises, sea lions and blue-footed boobies.

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The Andes Trail Expedition: Biking to the End of the World

The Andes Trail Expedition: Biking to the End of the World
Kaitlyn Silva writes about the 6,875-mile Andes Trail Bike Expedition from Ecuador to Argentina organized by Bike Dreams of the Netherlands.

Santa Catarina: A Quiet Corner of Brazil

Santa Catarina: A Quiet Corner of Brazil
Santa Catarina, Brazil: Susan McKee travels to Santa Catarina, Brazil, a quiet corner, where she celebrates Octoberfest with the German community, visits an Italian glassmaking factory, and enjoy ...

Searching for a City in the Wild Amazon

Searching for a City in the Wild Amazon
An excerpt from The Lost City of Z by New Yorker staff writer David Grann
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Machu Picchu: An Ancient Treasure Threatened by Man and Nature

Machu Picchu: An Ancient Treasure Threatened by Man and Nature
Machu Picchu: David Rich visits the spectacular Incan ruins at Machu Picchu, and reports that the ancient site is threatened by earthquakes and heavy tourist traffic.

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

In the Land of Sand: Dune Surfing in Huacachina, Peru
Cassie Silva tries surfing on sand dunes at the Hucacachina Oasis in Peru.

Salvador, Brazil: Carnaval and Capoeira

Salvador, Brazil: Carnaval and Capoeira
Isadora Dunne celebrates Carnaval in Salvador, Brazil, and takes a class in Capoeira, a comtination of dance and martial arts unique to the area.

Montevideo, Uruguay: Relaxed and Sociable

Montevideo, Uruguay: Relaxed and Sociable
Montevideo Uruguay: Dominic Degrazier writes a guide to the relaxed and friendly city of Montevideo, Uruguay.

Buzios, Brazil: A Family Adventure with Brigitte Bardot

Buzios, Brazil: A Family Adventure with Brigitte Bardot
Andrea Bailey visits the sun-drenched beaches of Buzios, Brazil with her husband and her baby.

Argentina: Horseback Riding and Kayaking in Patagonia

Argentina: Horseback Riding and Kayaking in Patagonia
Lauren Axelrod goes on an outdoor adventure in Patagonia, riding horses across the plains, kayaking on crystal lakes and sleeping beneath the southern stars.

Costa Rica:Ecotourism and Outdoor Adventure

Costa Rica:Ecotourism and Outdoor Adventure
Laurie Ellis takes an eco-tour of Costa Rica with plenty of adventure. She goes ziplining, horseback riding, bicycling, rappelling, tubing and whitewater rafting.

Exploring Peru With My New Family

Exploring Peru With My New Family
Jenny Hartshorne visits Peru with her new blended family and everyone has a fabulous time exploring the Amazon Rainforest and the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

Colombia's Pacific Coast: Wild and Disconnected

Colombia's Pacific Coast: Wild and Disconnected
The author describes a trip to Colombia's Choco province, visiting the small villages of Nuqui, El Valle and Bahia Salono on the Pacific Coast of Colombia for jungle trekking and whale watching

Colombia's Pacific Coast: Wild and Disconnected, Page Two

Colombia's Pacific Coast: Wild and Disconnected, Page Two
The author describes a trip to Colombia's Choco province, visiting the small villages of Nuqui, El Valle and Bahia Salono on the Pacific Coast of Colombia for jungle trekking and whale watching.

Ecuador: Mountain Biking on the Highway of the Waterfalls

Ecuador: Mountain Biking on the Highway of the Waterfalls
Jon Brandt takes a bicycle trip from Banos to Puyo in Ecuador, taking in some awesome scenery along the way, and visits a wildlife sanctuary in Puyo.

Forget Machu Picchu, Dive Into Lima

Forget Machu Picchu, Dive Into Lima
Forget Machu Picchu, Dive into Lima.

Colombia: Hiking to the Lost City of Teyuan

Colombia: Hiking to the Lost City of Teyuan
Colombia: Dominic Degrazier hikes the long and dangerous path through the mountains of Colombia to the Lost City of Teyuan, with the help of his trusty guide Edwin.

Volunteers For Peace: Making Travel More Meaningful

Volunteers For Peace: Making Travel More Meaningful
Jessica Courtney writes about Volunteers for Peace, a non-profit group based in Vermont which places volunteers in more than 3,000 projects around the world.

Titicaca the Great: Urcos, Yavari and Sillustani Too!

Titicaca the Great: Urcos, Yavari and Sillustani Too!
Lake Titicaca David Rich visits Lake Titicaca, the world's highest navigable lake, visits the archaeological site at Sillustani, and checks out the steamship Yavari, which was shipped from England an ...

Uruguay: Opening up to New Experiences

Uruguay: Opening up to New Experiences
Kylie Jelley writes about her semester abroad in Uruguay and the close connection she formed with her host family and the country as a whole.

Cycling Chile's Lake District

Cycling Chile's Lake District
Dale Fehringer takes a cycling tour in Chile's Lake District from Temuco to Puerto Montt and wonders whether he'd like to be 28 again - cycling in chile

Tales of Travel in Panama Without a Car

Tales of Travel in Panama Without a Car
An excerpt from Darrin DuFord's book, Is There a Hole in the Boat? Tales of Travel in Panama Without a Car

Inca Trails by Martin Li

Inca Trails by Martin Li
An excerpt from Inca Trails by Martin Li about an arduous journey by mule through the mountains of Bolivia and Peru.
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