Video | Diversity of the Sacred Valley | Horseback Riding to Paragliding

Video | Diversity of the Sacred Valley | Horseback Riding to Paragliding

Officially known as the Urubamba Valley, the Sacred Valley of the Incas lies in the Peruvian Andes, about 10 miles north of the former Inca capital of Cusco. The historic gateway to Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley draws many thousands of visitors each year, although...
South America’s Natural Wonders: Chile’s National Parks

South America’s Natural Wonders: Chile’s National Parks

More than 19 percent of Chile is protected by the government, ranking it among the most protected countries on earth. That listing includes 30 national parks, 38 national reserves and 11 natural monuments. Because of geographical location of the country a wide variety...
Guide to Chile’s Cuisine from Paila Marina to Lucuma

Guide to Chile’s Cuisine from Paila Marina to Lucuma

Filled with the culinary heritage of immigrants from both Europe and around the Pacific Rim, Chile has a wonderful eclectic cuisine with something for everybody’s tastes. The native Mapuche introduced traditional ingredients as corn, potatoes and beans. Spanish took...
Top 5 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Patagonia

Top 5 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Patagonia

You may have heard travelers describing Patagonia as ‘the end of the world’, this Southern region of Argentina and Chile is full of surprises. Coastal treasures, magical lakes, ancient forests and impressive glaciers, these do all belong to Patagonia’s delights. The...
Rio de Janeiro’s Culinary Hidden Gems

Rio de Janeiro’s Culinary Hidden Gems

Rio is with no doubt one of the world’s most impressive cities, many speak about the amazing views, the golden beaches and the intriguing cultural life. But what about the culinary scene, inspired by TripAdvisor’s hidden gems list, we’ve selected 3 culinary...