Honeymoon Travel Guide to Costa Rica

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For honeymooners looking for the perfect vacation spot, Costa Rica is the destination of a lifetime.

Why Glamping In Colombia Is Your Next Indie Travel Adventure

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Escape city travel and support local business by glamping in San Gil, Colombia.

The Ochre Valley of Sorrows

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Tatacoa: an empty remote wasteland where eagles and vultures rule the sky, devoid of human pollution. Will you take the leap?

5 Days in the Brazilian Caribbean

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A 5-day travel itinerary for the heavenly Arraial do Cabo

Nicaragua: Big and Little Corn Islands on a Budget

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If these two islands weren’t already on your list they should be.

Wine Tasting in South America: Where to Go and What to Try

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Most people know Argentina and Chile as South American wine destinations, but there are so many more great spots to plan a wine vacation in the region. Eileen Smith explains where to look and what to taste throughout the continent.

The Incredible National Parks of South America

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Most people have heard of the Galapagos Islands, Machu Picchu or Torres del Paine, but did you know that South America has over 300 more spectacular national parks and nature reserves? Simone Cannon de Bastardo takes you on a tour of some of the best.

Why You Want to Spend Longer in the Peruvian Amazon

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Jenn Miller’s spent two-weeks exploring the Amazon Rainforest in Peru. She’s seen parrots licking clay, searched for ironwood tree seeds, and spotted caimans. You could do it all in two days, but she thinks you should take as much time as you can and slow down. Here’s why.

How to Plan an Extended Trip in South America

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Adam Seper takes us through the many reasons (budget, scenery, food) that South America is an ideal destination for an extended stay on your multi-stop or RTW trip, as well as the specifics of what to expect in Bolivia, Peru, Argentina, and Chile.

5 Surprising Things About Antarctica

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It’s only natural to expect snow and icebergs on a trip to Antarctica, but Lynda Joy Smith discovered some surprising things about the world’s most southerly continent.