The Extremes of Chile, Something for Everyone

The narrow 2,653-mile strip of land called Chile attracts a wide range of visitors from hikers to foodies to photographers. Hikers tend to travel south to pristine, remote Patagonia. Urbane travelers enjoy the center for its fine wines, food and culture. Chile’s most exotic land lies 2,300 miles into the Pacific where dozens of Easter Island’s moai have been provoking conjecture for centuries. Perhaps the least known of Chile’s regions is to the north where the Atacama Desert attracts photographers for its stark, photogenic beauty. Increasingly, active and not so active travelers are discovering the Atacama. These stunning desert sights make breathtaking backdrops for hiking and bicycling excursions. If high elevation exertion isn’t your cup of tea, motorized transportation travels to many of these Atacama destinations as well.

Planning A Galapagos Vacation

The Galapagos Islands is a destination unlike any other. It is also a destination with a huge variety of travel options, which can make choosing a right trip an overwhelming process. If you are making plans to visit the Galapagos and don’t know where to start, or if you would like an overview of your options, this information will be helpful. You can also call and speak to one of our Galapagos experts anytime.

Sightseeing On The Way To Machu Picchu

Peru is a country with forty mountains higher than 19,000 feet, making it a hiker’s paradise. Of course, the supreme mountainous attraction is the hidden Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. This magical place turns history buffs into adventure travelers and vice versa. Most visitors start their travel to Machu Picchu in Cusco and along the way stop off at some of the astonishing sights of the Urubamba Valley, known as the Sacred Valley because of its spiritual importance to the Incas. The valley floor and hillsides are known for their Inca ruins, picturesque villages and colorful indigenous markets.

Why Tourists Have Started Flocking To Colombia

The reason to go now is obvious. Tourists who catch Colombia’s popularity on the upswing will be rewarded with the opportunity to experience its many attractions without the crowds. Until becoming engulfed in civil strife, Colombia had been one of South America’s most popular destinations. Here’s why. It boasts many natural attractions including pristine national parks and reserves plus fascinating cities. Architecturally, Colombia’s colonial heritage has been better preserved than anywhere else on the continent.


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