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Sue revisits Peru and stays in Explora Valle Sagrado

Peru has never failed to impress me, it was one of the first countries in Latin America I ever visited and with the combination of wonderful scenery, amazing Inca ruins, the steamy Amazon, welcoming people and good food too, I wasn’t going to decline the opportunity to return. In a country with such... Read more»

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Galapagos - by land or sea?

Though I had been to Ecuador before, the Galapagos Islands had been a stretch too far for my backpacker budget, so when I was offered the chance to go on this trip I couldn't have been more thrilled. It is often said that visiting the Galapagos is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and now that I've be... Read more»

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Nikki heads off the beaten track in Argentina

I was very excited to be able to do a road trip around the Iberá wetlands of north-east Argentina recently, having never spent time in this area before. With a love of nature, of the unknown and of discovering new, out of the way places, this was the perfect trip for me. Covering more than 1.3 milli... Read more»

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Hannah explores Costa Rica and Panama

As an adventure-seeker and outdoor enthusiast, Costa Rica has long been on my list of places to explore so when the opportunity arose to visit in April, I jumped at the chance. What began as a 10-day trip soon became almost 3 weeks when my flight home got overbooked and I had to stay a bit longer -... Read more»

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Emily visits Maya sites in Guatemala and Belize

My recent trip to Guatemala and Belize took me to a few of the lesser visited Maya sites which I found well worth the trip. All are a lot smaller than the well known sites like Tikal and Caracol but each has its own character. Iximche is one of the 'newer' Maya sites and was abandoned in 1524. We we... Read more»

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Go Green in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is well known for having two seasons, the high (or 'dry') from December to April and the rainy or 'green' season between May and November. When is the best time to visit? The typical 'dry season' response ignores the fact that with such diverse ecosystems, Costa Rica can be a year-round d... Read more»

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Lizzy in Uruguay

In March I eagerly grabbed the chance to escape our seemingly endless UK winter and head to the warmer climes of Uruguay for a few days. I feel the country is often overlooked by visitors heading to neighbouring Brazil and Argentina and I was very much pleasantly surprised by its many attractions. S... Read more»

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How to spot a birder

Having recently returned from Guyana one of the main things I will never forget about this wonderful country is its enormous number of bird species. I have always been more of a fan of mammals rather than birds, but after spending nine days in the interior of Guyana my eyes have been opened to a who... Read more»

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