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If you’ve been waiting for the deal of a lifetime before going on vacation this is for you.In honor of leap year, the global tour operator Friendly... Read More

Jesse Billauer is deliberate.That was clear from the second we met as we took off on a plane from our shared hometown of Los Angeles, California for a... Read More

A journey to Machu Picchu is a memory that lasts a lifetime, but there is lots of planning that happens in order to get there. You can take a bus, train... Read More

Whether the culprit is too many tequila shots in Tijuana or a magnum bottle of Cristal enjoyed overlooking the vineyards of Champagne, the aftereffect... Read More

Entering the Barranco neighborhood of Lima is sort of like entering Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. No, there isn’t a chocolate river or edible flowers... Read More

The Recoleta Cemetery is one of the most-visited attractions in Buenos Aires, known for being the final resting place of several of the country's most... Read More

The year is more than halfway over, so if you’re behind on some of your 2019 travel goals, it may be time to ditch your favorite travel partner and take... Read More

What makes a place green? Well, that depends on how you define it. For some countries, like Indonesia, it’s all about building a school with sustainable... Read More

Somewhere over the rainbow is your next dream vacation.You don’t always have to wait for a nice, spring or summer rain in order to get a spectacular... Read More

Passing through the lush grounds of Tambo del Inka in the Sacred Valley of Peru, my eyes flit as I look for the first glimpse of my ride to Machu... Read More

With approximately 3.5 to 4 million alpacas in South America (95% of them living in the south of Peru), you can be sure to see an abundance of the furry... Read More

Standing 3,5000 meters above sea level and staring down into the terraces of Moray, the ancient Incan ruins of Peru, chef Virgilio Martínez suddenly... Read More

It’s hard to deny the itch to flee expensive cities in the U.S. for retirement abroad. The perks are obvious: Your savings can go a lot farther in many... Read More

The U.S. State Department is once again warning Americans about traveling to certain parts of Peru.According to TravelPulse, the department re-issued... Read More

Our readers had heaps of praise for the best cities in Central and South America, but one word came up repeatedly: beauty. With their mix of old and new... Read More

It would be easy to overlook the splendor of South America’s best resort hotels when you consider what surrounds them: the verdant (and vertiginous)... Read More

If a single word could be used to sum up the best urban hotels of Central and South America, that word might be grandeur. These properties often... Read More

When you imagine a desert, visions of Morocco or Egypt probably come to mind. Or maybe the regions surrounding Dubai and the great American West... Read More

Grab your bucket list, because there’s one dream destination you may not have considered yet.You can search the world for a dream vacation. Many people... Read More

Peruvian archaeologists, historians and conservationists are banding together to petition against a new airport at Machu Picchu.The famous Incan ruin is... Read More

Boutique luxury cruise line Aqua Expeditions is expanding.The cruise line announced Monday that it will acquire two new ships by 2020, adding new... Read More

This article originally appeared on It’s hard to imagine there’s a place on this planet that Sir Richard Branson hasn’t been. But, the... Read More

Machu Picchu is finally accessible for everyone.Despite being a mega tourist attraction, Machu Picchu was essentially cut off to people living in... Read More

For travelers who want to see the Peruvian citadel of Machu Picchu, the rules are in a state of flux. Last year, the Peruvian government split... Read More

This story originally appeared on The great thing about natural wonders is, simply, that they exist and are increasingly easy to see in... Read More

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