The train named Tren a las Nubes traverses through high altitudes and clouds lurking therein in the Argentine mountains.
If you’re thinking about catching the Carnival, the footie or the Olympics, why not see what the rest of the country has to offer?
Brazilian law states that a nonresident can only be in the country for 180 days out of every year, a similar system to Europe’s Schengen region.
Brazil is the ultimate party destination in South America.
A travel company based in Lima, Peru has taken the unusual step of connecting with their guests while traveling through the country to film them while they talk about their experiences.
This long, thin, fascinating country in South America is a country of captivating and exotic contrasts.
There are a number of interesting facts about Argentina which make the country special.
Some of the most popular Ecuadorian mountain-top destinations can be found along the Quilotoa Loop, a series of small, picturesque Andean villages that frame the crater-made Lake Quilotoa.