South America Travel Articles

 
Four Seasons in Buenos Aires: How to Travel Like a Local All Year Round
Four Seasons in Buenos Aires: How to Travel Like a Local All Year Round From sweltering summer days to chilled winter nights, this is your year-round guide to immersing yourself in Latin America’s coolest capital.
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Brazil: A Bird-Watching Paradise
Brazil: A Bird-Watching Paradise The Private National Heritage Reserve of Cristalino is breath-taking area of Brazil that wild-life lovers will fall in love with. Justin Nidel recommends bringing a good camera to get shots of some of the beautiful birds you'll see while you're here.
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Salar de Uyuni Tour: Salt, Salt, Salt, and Trains
Salar de Uyuni Tour: Salt, Salt, Salt, and Trains Christian Celind takes on a tour of Salar de Uyuni, the world's largest salt flat, in Bolivia.
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Cocora’s Valley, Colombia: Home of the Wax Palm Tree
Cocora’s Valley, Colombia: Home of the Wax Palm Tree Palm trees are not only confined to the tropical beaches of South America. Andres Botero tells us they can be found in high-altitude valleys in Colombia.
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Crap, Cabs, and Construction: Learning How To Walk in Buenos Aires
Crap, Cabs, and Construction: Learning How To Walk in Buenos Aires Think maneuvering the streets of Buenos Aires is a breeze? Think again. Having been schooled and scolded by her in-laws, Cara Brunello offers a few tips on how to dodge the obstacles of this capital city like a pro.
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Livin’ La Vida Coca: Mountain Biking the Inca Trail
Livin’ La Vida Coca: Mountain Biking the Inca Trail It's estimated that there are over 30,000 km worth of bike-worthy trails in Peru, remnants of the Inca Empire's massive roadbuilding projects. Mike Brcic shares his story of travelling to remote Peru with two-wheeled steed in tow, fueled by coca and adrenaline.
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Sand Surfing in Peru
Sand Surfing in Peru Travel writer, Diane, explains the experience of sand surfing on the dunes in Peru.
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Touring Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Touring Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia Christian Celind tours Salar de Uyuni and encounters strange rocks, strange animals, and strange towns.
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The Most Dangerous Road In The World
The Most Dangerous Road In The World Going down the most dangerous road in the world by bike...Insanity? A search for the ultimate kick? Or trying the coolest thing ever? Christian Celind says it's all of the above.
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Making Friends with Street Vendors
Making Friends with Street Vendors You may never had any interactions with street vendors around the world other than buying something or trying to ignore them. But Dominic DeGrazier's time with some street vendors in Montevideo, Uruguay taught him that sometimes it's best to slow down and get to know them.
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