The Historical Capital of Peru might just be Peru’s most beloved city. Whether it’s because
When you think Peru, you probably think mountains, alpacas, colorfully clothed locals, and ruins. While
Cut into the majestic Andes Mountains, along the Urubamba River, lies the heart of the
Once upon a time, the Chachani volcano threw up a light but durable stone called
Fancy an Inca terrace or two? Then you’ll be happy to know that not far
Even though Machu Picchu has a distinct dry and wet season, you have to expect
I think it’s all the colors and stripes and cute alpacas that make it seem
I’ll be honest—I thought Machu Picchu would be lame and overhyped. But it is downright
There are a plenty of great things to do in Yucatán. Turquoise bays, ancient ruins
Can the Islas Ballestas really measure up to the Galapagos? What’s the boat trip like?
Paracas is a whole lot of desert and I hate the desert. Luckily, it’s also
The city of Lima is a big, unsightly slum in the middle of a desert.
Chile is a Promised Land of all hikers. There are fairytale glens, challenging mountain peaks,
Does the combination of epic views and 2nd World War history sound intriguing to you?
I can’t say which country in the Americas is my favorite, but Mexico is definitely
Though it’s known for its thriving art scene, opera houses, museums, and palaces, the magnificent