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    Chiapas' Rainforests & Ruins

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    • 2 Activities

    How does an adventure outfitter create the next great itinerary in uncharted territory?Go behind the scenes in Chiapas, Mexico, to discover the benefits—and the challenges—of getting there first. More

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    Cooking Classes in Peru

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    • 1 Activity

    In Lima, the Sacred Valley, and Machu Picchu, you'll learn from culinary masters the secrets of local cuisine—like how to make ceviche, and how to cook pachamanca in an earthen oven. More

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    Cruising South America's Ruta 40

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    • 2 Activities

    Commonly called La Cuarenta, this famed stretch of pavement and dirt covers more than 3,000 miles from Argentina's northern border with Bolivia all the way to Cabo Virgenes in the south. It is one ... More

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    Culinary Tour of Bogotá

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    With its flourishing culinary and nightlife scenes, plus new flights from the United States on JetBlue, Delta, and Continental, Colombia’s capital is set to become the next Buenos Aires. More

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    Design Your Own Adventure in Costa Rica

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    • 3 Activities

    Planning a trip to Costa Rica—where your choices are virtually endless—can be overwhelming. Here, some options for Central America's jungle-and-beach paradise, whatever your interest. More

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    Director Francis Ford Coppola's Buenos Aires

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    The cinematic giant sets down roots in Buenos Aires while filming Tetro, his newest film. Here, his favorite spots. More

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    Discovering Bahia, Brazil

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    • 4 Restaurants
    • 8 Activities

    The city of Salvador juts out into the bay of all Saints, but the baia is just preliminary, for Salvador stretches clear across the Atlantic into the heart of Yoruba culture, into modern-day Nigeri... More

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    Discovering the Charms of Mexico's Riviera Maya

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    • 2 Restaurants
    • 3 Activities

    Although it’s known as a boomtown for luxurious beachfront resorts, this stretch of Mexico’s Caribbean coastline has held onto its authentic charm, thanks to the thriving village of Playa del Carme... More

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    Eating Through Baja Mexico

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    • 9 Restaurants
    • 2 Activities

    Lured by spicy quail, tuna ceviche, and Mexico’s best fish tacos, T+L lights out for E... More

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    Eco-Travel in Costa Rica

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    • 7 Activities

    In the country that more or less invented eco-travel, you’ll find lush jungles, enormous turtles, untouched beaches—and rapidly expanding luxury-resort developments. More

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    Escape to Colcahagua's Wine Region

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    A 2 1/2-hour drive north from Santiago leads to the heart of Chilean wine culture, Colchagua Valley. More than 30 wineries are scattered among the region’s colonial towns and haciendas. More

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    Escape to Trancoso, Brazil

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    • 1 Activity

    In Brazil, near a village green lined with brightly painted cottages, find coconut juice and caipirinhas, daily sun and nightly capoeira, and everyone’s-a-fisherman fashion. More

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    Exploring Argentina's Expanding Wine Regions

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    • 6 Restaurants
    • 10 Activities

    Wine-making talent and investment money have been streaming in from Europe and beyond, dramatically altering Argentina’s vinous landscape with hundreds of acres of new vineyards, several dozen new ... More

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    Exploring Morro de São Paulo, Bahia, Brazil

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    • 1 Restaurant

    A two-hour boat ride south from the Bahian capital of Salvador makes Morro de São Paulo, the main village on the 232-square-mile Ilha de Tinharé, an easy weekend jaunt for Salvadorans. Even so, unt... More

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    Exploring the Marine Life of Fernando de Noronha, Pernambuco, Brazil

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    • 1 Restaurant

    There are more spinner dolphins and sea turtles than people on Fernando de Noronha—ibama (the Brazilian Environmental Protection Agency) limits visitors to this mountainous archipelago and national... More

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