Nine Reasons Why You Should Go To Peru as a Senior

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Don’t let retirement make you think you’re too old to hike the Inca Trail in Peru! David F. Haas shows you that you can.

Brazil: A Bird-Watching Paradise

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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.

Crap, Cabs, and Construction: Learning How To Walk in Buenos Aires

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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.

Livin’ La Vida Coca: Mountain Biking the Inca Trail

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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.

Sand Surfing in Peru

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Travel writer, Diane, explains the experience of sand surfing on the dunes in Peru.

Touring Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

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Christian Celind tours Salar de Uyuni and encounters strange rocks, strange animals, and strange towns.

Six Places To Go in Brazil Besides Rio

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Rio might be Brazil’s most popular tourist destination, but Andy Hayes thinks there are at least six other places in Brazil you should have on your must-see list instead.

15 Latin American Fruits to Surprise your Palate

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Fans of exotic fruit have an abundance of choices when visiting most of Latin America. Eileen Smith lives there and here she shares some of the most interesting specimens.

A Scatological Comparison of Selected Latin American Nations

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Most travelers just go to one country for a week or two, and although many return with a disgusting story, virtually none have actual data to go along with it.

Vegetarian Travel Tips for South America

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South America is known for its meat, among other things, and this can make planning a visit a real challenge for a vegetarian. But fear not, as Lauren Quinn gives us expert advice on exactly how you can do it with ease.