Cruising on the Amazon River in Peru aboard the Delfin II. Flickr/Scott Ableman

Pink Dolphins and Jungle Adventure on an Amazon Delfin II Cruise

Sometimes it's not where we travel, but who we travel with. When a traveler journeys to Peru for a cruise on the Amazon, she finds that vacationing with the right friend makes the journey unforgettable.

An Amazon Souvenir: Travel in Peru

Playing host to an unwelcomed guest results in a painfully unforgettable vacation.
Scarlet Macaw. Photo by Victor Block in the Amazon

The Amazon: Remote Jungle Experience

A traveler goes off the beaten path on an eight-day voyage aboard the Motor Yacht Tucano, exploring the Rio Negro and going deep into the rain forest.
Local girls in Peru. Photo by Carol Bowman

High in the Andes: Adventure in Peru

A traveler to Peru spends 15 days heading in one direction − up. Her guide urges her to consume coca to help with breathing at high altitude. This is one trip to Peru she would always remember.
Horseback riding in Argentina

Travel in Argentina

Over a hundred years ago, the infamous Butch Cassidy made his home here — and it's easy to see why.
Vitoria. Photo by Flickr/Vinicius Depizzol

Unexpected Brazil: Travel in Vitoria, Espirito Santo

While Vitoria,Brazil might not be a popular postcard destination, its beaches, food and culture are a hit with travelers looking for something different.

On the Trail of Tapestry: Ecuadorean Master Weaver

Go beyond the big market stalls to find the intricate designs of Otavalo’s renowned Jose Cotacachi.
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Video: Rhythms of Peru

In his video, Rhythms of Peru, filmmaker Nathaniel Connella showcases the hidden gems of Peru and allows travelers to see the country from a new and fresh perspective.
Ecuador

From the Roof of the Devil’s Nose: Highland Ecuador by Train

Travel to Devil’s Nose on the roof of a train
Easter Island. Flickr/henrykkcheung

Soul-Searching on Easter Island

Raw and natural, Easter Island is also remote and isolated enough to do some serious soul-searching.
Travel in Patagonia. The Paine River flowing from the Nordenskjöld Lake towards the Salto Grande iwaterfall within the Torres del Paine National Park in Chile. Flickr/Jon Mould

Making Tracks in Chilean Patagonia

From sun-flamed towers of Torres del Paine to Punta Arenas, the gateway to southern Patagonia on the Straits of Magellan, traveling in Patagonia is filled with natural beauty, rich culture and adventure.
Parque Nacional Vicente Pérez Rosales, Chile’s first national park

Chile’s Alps: Land of Lakes and Volcanoes

Buses and ferries transport visitors through a scenic pass of jagged, snowcapped mountains and fjord-like lakes.
A hut protrudes above the water in Iquitos, Peru. Photo by Tony Mangia

Iquitos, Peru: Your Colorful Entry to the Amazon

Often called the "Capital of the Amazon,” Iquitos, Peru, is the jumping off point for many Amazon adventures. Here's why you'll want to stay a few days to explore the region for yourself.

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