A remote and special destination that few Australians get to visit, the Galapagos Islands were made famous in 1835
Last week I gave you a glimpse of what your clients can do in Colombia’s capital city, but as you know well, I always recommend spending more days in each city
Years ago, Colombian tourism slogan was “The only risk will be wanting to stay” and boy they were right. Colombia is such a beautiful country and the cities and countryside deserve more than just a f...
In the last weeks I’ve told you about taking it slow in Rio and Mexico City, and today I want to encourage your clients to explore the outskirts of the big metropolis
"Easter week at Cuzco’ is an itinerary designed to focus on authentic cultural experiences
A few weeks ago I was recommending you all to take it a bit slower when visiting Latin America, every big city has so much to offer, and if there is a city that will need a lot more of time to explor...
In 1981, Machu Picchu was declared a Historical Sanctuary by the Peruvian authorities, and only two years later the UNESCO named the area a World Heritage Site
We love traveling back to Latin America to learn, to discover, to experience what’s new and what works and doesn’t to tailor the best itineraries for the clients
Photography lovers looking for a new trip to take their breath away? How about one that includes the largest and highest salt flats, the driest desert in the world, a train to the clouds
If you get this question from your favourite clients let me suggest our world: South and Central America, Mexico and Cuba
From Mexico to Rio honeymooners can enjoy the lovely beaches and enjoy a calm getaway. But if a couple wants a bit more adventure, we got you covered
The Caribbean island where you can -not only snorkel, swim, cycle and hike, but also- be impressed by the island history, architecture and
As you know we only specialize on Latin America which means we create design holidays in 22 countries
Starting from the Copper Canyon in Mexico all the way to the End of the World train ride in Ushuaia
The railway line was first proposed way back in 1872 to transport goods from the central highlands to the port on Pacific
I keep writing short stories about experiences in South America, but did you know we can also create and design itineraries in 7 countries of Central America, plus Mexico and Cuba
The main Carnival parades are held on Sunday night through to Monday morning where the top 12 samba schools, out of the 70 schools, parade along the Sambodromo
I love driving around the stunning wine valleys of Chile and Argentina, located in the foothills of the mighty snow-covered Andes
Over the years I have been fortunate enough to witness many positive changes around South America and the transformation of colonial Quito was one of these delightful experiences
Whenever I’m asked what my favourite place in Latin America is, and well, they all are, but I would normally answer Ecuador and Guatemala because of the size both countries, both are small compared t...