The Ribeira Valley (Vale do Ribeira) is the ultimate off-grid escape, and home to the Atlantic Rainforest, a 6,000 metre long cave system, rivers and beaches.
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From lumbering tortoises to blue-footed boobies to speedy sharks, here’s a list of the most incredible Galapagos Islands animals.
Espanola is one of the most incredible destinations in the Galapagos Islands, thanks to its spectacular scenery and fun wildlife encounters.
San Cristobal is the starting point for many visitors to the Galapagos Islands, and serves as the gateway to Punta Pitt and iconic Kicker Rock.
A highlight of any Galapagos Island trip is seeing the massive Galapagos tortoises, and the best island to spot them is Santa Cruz.
Floreana is home to turtles, flamingos and famous Post Office Bay, and is also one of the few Galapagos Islands inhabited by people.
Salar de Uyuni is one of the driest places on earth, with a mesmerizing landscape. Here’s everything you need to know about booking a Bolivia salt flats tour.
Magnificent Frigatebirds are found on North Seymour island in the Galapagos, and are famous for puffing out their bright red chests during mating season.
From touring the Witch’s Market to zany wrestling matches to cycling down the world’s most dangerous road, here are the top things to do in La Paz, Bolivia.
Copacabana is the gateway to Bolivia’s Isla del Sol, and while the town doesn’t have much to offer it’s still worth a visit if you’re heading to the islands.