South America

Argentina what to see

Dance the tango, trek in Patagonia, drink Malbec, visit the southernmost city in the world, walk through salt flats at 4,000 meters. Here is what to see in Argentina.

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San Pedro de Atacama what to see

San Pedro de Atacama in Chile, is one of those places, from which you never want to leave. There are those who continue to extend nights in hostels and those who have found themselves living there for a lifetime from a weekend. Those who went abroad and then…

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What to see in Cusco

Cusco is the perfect city in which to set off on a variety of excursions, either to Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley, or in the direction of high, colorful mountains. I liked it so much that I was stuck for a month in Cusco. It is a…

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The Salar de Uyuni desert in Bolivia

Book a three-day, two-night trip and traverse by 4×4 the Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia’s salt desert at more than 3,656 meters above sea level. Experience adventure and see lakes, deserts, cacti, mountains, geysers and starry skies. Photograph llamas and flamingos, sleep and dine with Bolivian families, and…

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Buenos Aires cosa vedere, parco in mezzo alla città

Buenos Aires: what to see

Take tango lessons at a Milonga, visit Recoleta Cemetery, wait in line to dine at one of the restaurants in Asado most famous in the city, join a free tour of Boca, taste a Alfajor, rent a bicycle to ride on the banks of the Rio de La…

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Salkantay Trek in Peru without a guide

The Salkantay Trek is a nearly 90-km trek that in four nights and five days of sun, snow, Inca ruins, climbs, rivers, bridges, glaciers, smiles, coffee and tropical fruit plantations, shelters in the middle of nowhere, tremendous leg pain, coca leaves, tears, 5:30 a.m. wake-ups, six layers…

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