Andrea Vidler: The best Chile travel experiences

In this exclusive interview, Andrea shares some of her favorite Chile vacation experiences, including the most mouthwatering Chilean food.

First hotel managed by U.S. chain since 1959 opens in Cuba

The U.S. hotel chain also announced in March that it hopes to finalize another contract with Cuba’s Habaguanex, a firm operating in Havana’s historic downtown

Cartagena tourists will learn history of slavery

The new history which will be told in Cartagena will transcend the only slavery references in the city which are limited to the Benkos Biohó Plaza and the statue of the slave protected by San Pedro Clave

7 things to do for free in Buenos Aires


In July, Argentina will be dressed in cyan and white for the bicentennial celebrations of its declaration of independence on July 9, 1816.

Baracoa, “Where Cuba Begins,” Seeks Tourists

Baracoa, also known as “La Primada,” is located on the north shore of Guantanamo province some 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) east of Havana, turning it into the most isolated city in Cuba.

Colombia’s San Andres Island, a jewel in the caribbean

San Andres Island has become a jewel for Colombia’s tourism industry, giving visitors a taste of a vibrant urban lifestyle and the beauty of the sea.

Colombia’s San Andres Island, a jewel in the caribbean

San Andres Island has become a jewel for Colombia’s tourism industry, giving visitors a taste of a vibrant urban lifestyle and the beauty of the sea.

3 Amazingly scenic train trips in Mexico and Central America

The golden age of rail travel is long gone. But there are still some great long-distance train rides in Latin America that conjure up some of the excitement

A Tale of Two Ice Creams, in Havana Cuba

The ice cream shop Coppelia is practically a landmark in Cuba. Owned by the Cuban government, the Havana-based parlor has sold the dessert since the 1960s. It is now an iconic place for both Cubans and visitors.

Visit Nicaragua’s El Castillo, ancient bastion vs. pirates

A 341-year-old fortress in southern Nicaragua that was formerly a bastion against English pirates is nowadays a growing tourist attraction.

7 Aquariums in Latin America you must visit

If size matters, then you might need to plan several trips before you decide which is the biggest aquarium in Latin America, since at least three make the claim. But that doesn’t mean that they’re all worth a visit

Colombia steps up efforts to keep tourist sites litter-free

Colombia kicked off a campaign on Monday to raise local awareness about the importance of keeping tourist sites clean.

How to get a 16% sales tax cut when visiting Colombia

Foreign visitors to Colombia no longer have to pay the country’s 16% sales tax for certain items. Here is how a visitor is able to get their maximum of $1000 equivalent in tax returns.

How to get a 16% sales tax cut when visiting Colombia

Foreign visitors to Colombia no longer have to pay the country’s 16% sales tax for certain items. Here is how a visitor is able to get their maximum of $1000 equivalent in tax returns.

The lesser-known way to Machu Picchu

With Peru’s more famous Inca Trail becoming increasingly overrun, the lesser-known Salkantay Trek is quickly gaining a reputation as both a less-crowded and more strenuous alternative.

The 5 destinations in Latam you’ve got to visit

If you’re looking for Latin America vacation inspiration this year, here are some ideas on what should be in your itinerary.

Making a Day Excursion to Joatinga Beach in Rio de Janeiro

Joatinga is close enough to get to on a day trip in Rio, and offers a pristine oasis with striking scenery.

1 million foreign tourists in Cuba since New year

Cuba has welcomed 1 million foreign tourists to date in 2016, a 14.6 percent surge over the same period last year, the Tourism Ministry, or Mintur, reported.

Obama's trip to Cuba lets US tourist know better the island

To make room for Obama’s entourage, tourists are being moved from Havana to Varadero, a beautiful resort and beach that’s off-limits to Americans

Cuba's struggle to cope with the tourism boom

U.S. officials expected to sign an agreement with Cuba, allowing up to 30 direct flights from the U.S. a day. Tourism is one of Cuba's primary sources of income.

10 delicious things you need to try in Peru

When traveling, try to immerse yourself in new cultures as much as you can. One way to do that is try the local food. From cocktails to cuisine here is a nod to some of Peru's must try dishes.

Série a samba schools to parade february 6th in Rio Carnival

The remaining seven Série A samba schools will parade in Rio de Janeiro's Sambódromo on February 6th as part of the 2016 Carnival competition

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