With its crystalline, white earth spanning endlessly as far as the eye can see, the Bolivian salt flats are an escape into the surreal. Here are my favorite photos from the adventure…
Booze out of cacao fruit? Join us as we tour the humble Solbeso distillery smack dab in the middle of a cacao farm…
Avid walkers and hikers can now experience trekking through Ecuador’s Avenue of the Volcanoes, one of the most bio-diverse regions in the world.
Running South America, top to bottom, 5000 miles, unsupported, was the goal for Katharine and David Lowrie. Their journey spanned 15 months.
A safari to find Pinocchio? Indeed the elusive Pinocchio Lizard, thought to be extinct, has resurfaced in Ecuador! And no, this is not a lie!
June 28th is National Ceviche Day in Peru. We’ve got the lowdown on Pisco Porton parties, an high-tech ceviche cocktail recipe and fun facts about ceviche.
Colombia is on our radar to travel to in 2013, so we found a local travel expert to help us create a Colombia travel guide.
This may be the most ridiculous story you’ve ever heard concerning a rental car in Costa Rica, or traveling in general.
Deep in the Amazon jungle of Peru, five natural spectacles will blow your mind. Eco-tour company Rainforest Expeditions loves to show them off.
Winter fun! Oh yeah. Here are the top 10 winter destinations, from Slovenia to New Zealand, according to VirtualTourist.com.