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The Amazon rainforest is one of the true wonders of the world. Hugely rich in natural life and biodiversity, it is still popular as ever as a travel destination. The rainforest is located in the Amazon basin. The name ‘Amazon’ derives from a war between Francisco de Orellana, the first European to travel the length of the Amazon […]

September 15th, 2013Peru 0 Comments

One of Peru’s most popular attractions, the Colca Canyon is located 160 kilometers (99 miles) away from Arequipa. The canyon is about 100 kilometers (62 miles) long. Some parts of the Colca Canyon remained unexplored until the 1980s. At its deepest point, it stretches down to well over 3000 meters which is about twice as […]

September 9th, 2013Peru 2 Comments

Lake Titicaca is one of the biggest lakes in South America. This high altitude expanse of intense blue waters is shared between Bolivia and Peru. On the Bolivian side, the main attractions of this massive lake revolve around archeological sites. While in Peru, visitors have the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the traditions of […]

The Inca civilization was amazing in many ways. In little more than 300 years, the Incas created an empire that stretched from present-day Colombia through Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia to northern Chile and Argentina. In the 15th Century the Incas ruled over 250 separate peoples, and nine million people! Even more astonishing is that the Incas constructed […]

Lake Titicaca is so big it seems more like a landlocked sea than a lake. It’s actually one of the biggest in South America and is also the highest navigable lake in the world, standing at 3,812 meters (12,507 ft.) above sea level. Located in the Andes on the border between Bolivia and Peru, the […]

Sugar cane – the product behind Brazil’s Candy, Cars, Cachaça and Caipirinha Sugar cane is a big deal in Brazil , and has been since the 16th century. Brazil is the largest producer of sugar cane in the world, producing more than China and India – the next two biggest producers – combined. Naturally this means sugar is […]

Copacabana is a small town located on the south shore of Lake Titicaca. It is flanked by hills sheltering it from the elements, contributing to the beach-like atmosphere. As it’s only 140 kilometers (88 miles) from La Paz, Copacabana is a popular destination both for locals and those traveling in Bolivia who want to explore Lake Titicaca. Also, the […]

Caipirinha is Brazil’s national cocktail, and it is rapidly gaining popularity around the world. The foundation of Caipirinha (pronounced kai-pee-reen-yah) is cachaça – a type of rum made from fermented sugar cane. Because the cocktail is simple and has basic flavors, the type of cachaça used is central to the quality of the Caipirinha – try to avoid low-quality cachaça.   […]

Standing at a whopping 3,650 meters (11,875 ft.) above sea level, La Paz is Bolivia’s biggest metropolitan area. A sprawling metropolis that sits in a canyon surrounded by the hills of the altiplano, La Paz is the administrative capital of the country where government resides (Sucre still is the constitutional capital). La Paz is a […]

If you ask people what the capital of Bolivia is, chances are  many will quickly reply ‘La Paz’. In fact, Sucre is the constitutional capital of the country and when its inhabitants talk about the wonders of their city, they’ll proudly remind you of it. They certainly have reason to be proud of their city. […]

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