Today I´m taking over Ted Travels to brag about my experience travelling to Antarctica on their early season Off the Beaten Track voyage which offers unique experiences like snowshoeing, skiing and o...
I often get asked what, when and where to go with a bit of time in each country, as you well know, I always suggest slow travel so that your clients can really get a sense of a place
Clients that have a spare few days in Santiago will not get bored, not only is there a lot to do in this city, but there are many more things in the surrounds
We continue with La Paz as two weeks ago I was just getting started… As one of the highest capitals of the world, La Paz offers more than just a wander around the Witches Market
It appears I may have a “super power” (lol). A couple of months ago I wrote about the impressive architecture of Rio de Janeiro, and now it seems I’m not the only one talking about it
Last week I recommended some of the best museums your clients can visit while in Lima, but if they just want to have an extra day of wandering around this city these are my suggestions
With a country so diverse and rich in heritage, Peruvian museums will offer your clients an overview of the history and into its origins
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...
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...
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
Over the next two years, the airline is transforming the interiors and in-flight experience of more than 200 aircraft – approximately two-thirds of its global fleet
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
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
The small sleepy village of Teotitlan del Valle is famous for the Tepetes, handmade wool rugs coloured by natural means using fruits, minerals, clays, vegetables, flowers and insects
Camino de Santiago, or the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela is a network of ancient pathways that lead to the shrine of the apostle Saint James the Great