A few months ago, we had the time of our lives exploring the Galapagos Islands and being treated like royals at the Red Mangrove Aventura Lodge. Remember we had breakfast with sea lions napping by our table in the terrace of the lodge itself? Well, we would love for you … more »
From Mexico all the way down to Patagonia. That’s the plan and we want you to join us!
Go straight to a country of your choice or let us take you anywhere in Latin America with the stories below.
Life on the Galapagos Islands is tough. After foraging for food all morning it’s time for a nap! This fellow was caught taking a well deserved snooze in our hotel :)
There’s something wonderful about seeing people floating around in traditional garb. We spotted these ladies while walking around Chivay in the Peruvian Andes. They were standing there exchanging stories about what’s new in town. I couldn’t resist. Chivay is a quaint little town at about 3300m altitude in the Colca … more »
Not all Moai’s are historic ruins. This fellow sits in the middle of Hanga Roa, Easter Island and has some pretty funky tattoos on his back! That’s some pretty interesting artwork – I wonder what it means..
We landed on Easter Island with the excitement that one normally feels arriving at one of those places that you know you’ll most probably be at once in your lifetime! The team from Tea Nui knows how to receive eager tourists and introduces them to the Island in a way that … more »
If you liked yesterday’s photo of the day with the little Andean girl and her apple, here is another kid we met in the same colectivo ride, just a couple of KMs ahead. She definitely stood out by wearing a different cap from all of the other girls. She looked … more »
Sometimes, while traveling, you plan a lot how to get to do adventurous activities, go to new places and experience exciting things. Some other times, you just jump into a colectivo (small shared vans that work as buses) and have the time of your life chatting to locals and people … more »
We met this fella in a monkey reserve in the Ecuadorian Amazon. As the cities around the Amazon extended, part of the Amazon was deforested and the animals found their natural habitat destroyed. Furthermore, electrical lines where placed in nearby towns and roads and monkeys didn’t instinctively understand that they … more »
I love the feeling of flying to a new place and getting the aerial view of a new land from from up above! You’d think that after traveling for a while this feeling is not as intense and in those first trips in the earlier days, but the truth is … more »
Hanga Roa is the one and only town in Easter Island. It’s not a big city but, due to the influx of tourism, the ratio of citizens-restaurants is quite high. After spending one week in Easter Island eating all around, here are a few places that I would suggest you … more »