There’s a rather quirky attraction in Colombia that’s worth the day trip: an entire underground church dug out of salt, called the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira.
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This geobotanical reserve near Quito, Ecuador is home to the world’s only inhabited crater, and also holds the dormant Pululahua volcano.
Seeing the colourful homes, walking along the Malecon and visiting an iguana park are some of the fun things to do in Guayaquil, the gateway to the Galapagos.
The journey to the Uyuni Salt Flats isn’t easy, but the payoff is worth it. From La Paz to Uyuni flights to buses and trains, here are the transport options.
If you’re planning to tour the Uyuni Salt Flats, be sure to spend a night at one of the unique salt hotels in Bolivia. Yes, everything is made of salt!
The Lima transportation options include taxis, buses and Uber, but they aren’t always easy—or safe. Here are some tips for navigating Peru’s capital city.
Aside from its impressive natural attractions and variety of cultures, here are five more reasons you should try backpacking in South America.
From sandboarding and dune buggies to vineyard visits and penguins, here are the best things to do in the Huacachina desert oasis.
Rugged, dramatic landscapes and rainbow canyons in the Calchaqui Valley are a photographer’s dream, along with La Yesera and the Cafayate wine region.
Head to Peru’s Uros reed islands to explore the Lake Titicaca floating islands, and learn more about the unique way of life for those who call it home.