Colombia is a land of contrasts: rhythms, landscapes, ethnicities, wildlife, climates and adventures. It’s a colorful, intense, vibrant place that shocks and inspires you at every turn. Officially ready to put its turbulent past behind, Colombia is driving full-force into the tourism sector with its seductive landscape, pulsing nightlife, exotic islands and infinitely happy people. Read on for a few reasons why Colombia should be the next place on your travel list.
Three Game Changing Updates for Brazil Travelers
*Updated April 3, 2018
October has always been one of our favorite months to explore Brazil. October in Brazil means the early days of summer which means longer days and pre-Carnival celebrations. It's also prime jaguar season in the Pantanal and the driest (translate: beach weather!) in the state of Rio de Janeiro. Of course summertime (November - March) is Brazil's peak season, but October has a special place in our hearts.
This year, October has proven to be particularly epic for Brazil. In the past couple of weeks, we've seen no less than three pieces of news that are absolute game changers for travelers to Brazil. If you're thinking of traveling to Brazil in the months ahead, you can't miss the tips in this post!
It's definitely been quite the year for Chile, and we're giving you a chance to get in on the action with an unforgettable giveaway trip.
It's not just come December that we all must think of gift giving. The birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, graduations, bar & bat mitzvahs of our loved ones requires us in most cases to ask ourselves: "What kind of present should I be giving?" Perhaps we are biased but it seems to us that there is no occasion for which a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience would be inappropriate.
While most "best of" restaurant lists (including our own) mention hotspots like Sushi Leblon and CT Boucherie, there are plenty of lower cost, more casual places we love and are more likely to frequent on a daily basis. And better yet, they all offer delicious yet healthy options. Would you expect anything less from the city that brought you açaí bowls and the string bikini?