The Perfect Day

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When you travel long-term, not all days are filled with sightseeing and museums. Sometimes you find yourself in the perfect little fishing village, and your days are simple.

Your Guide to Visiting the Salar de Uyuni

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Visiting Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni (Salt Flats) is usually high on a traveler’s itinerary when visiting South America. Adam Seper is here to break down the options travelers have for visiting this amazing world wonder.

Top Beaches to Visit during your Gap Year in South America

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The famous sites like Machu Picchu, the Salt Flats, Patagonia, and Iguazu Falls get all the hype, but there are plenty of beach destinations in South America to add to your gap year itinerary. Hannah Long outlines four of the best.

8 Reasons to Add Argentina to Your Big Trip

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Need a mental vacation? Join Brendan Nogue for this filled-with-gorgeous-photos look at 8 great reasons to plan your next trip to Argentina.

Finally, a Galapagos Trip You Can Afford

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Glamorous cruise ships plying the waters of the Galápagos…they come with glamorous prices, too. But Vickie Lillo has found a way for “ordinary” folk to visit the islands on a pauper’s budget.

Peru’s Hidden Adventure Tourism Gems

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Beyond the well-trodden Inca trails to Machu Picchu, Kayla Washko recommends five little-known adventure tourism destinations throughout Peru.

Ten Off the Beaten Path Things to Do in Chile

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With almost 3000 miles of coastline, desert terrain in the north, lakes, volcanoes, and vineyards in the center, an ultra-modern capital of Santiago, and windswept crags along its southern shores, Chile is the perfect getaway for the most discerning adventurer. Sometimes, however, the greatest thrills of exploration, according to Vickie Lillo, fellow traveler and married to a Chilean National, are completely off the grid.

15 Must Try Street Foods in Latin America

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There are dozens of delicious street foods in Latin America that will ramp your stomach not cramp your stomach. Here is a sumptuous selection.

Ski, Surf, Sip, Raft and Ride: Six Places to Explore the Diversity of Chile

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Chile’s reputation as an adventure travel destination is booming; Laurel Miller offers up some ideas for a year-round adrenalin-rush (as well as how to take it down a notch when the day is done).

Portal Fernandez Concha: Living in Chile’s National Monument

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When Jody Hanson leased an apartment in Portal Fernandez Concha she had little idea that she would be mixing and mingling with some of the most interesting people in Santiago.