That’s right folks, both spellings are in fact correct, ’Iguazu’ being the Spanish and ‘Iguassu’ being the Portugese spelling. This of course is due to the famous Iguazu Falls being located on the borders of three South American countries – Spanish speaking Argentina and Paraguay and Portugese speaking Brazil. Find out more
A journey to the beautiful Argentine Patagonia is a must-see and the perfect extension to your Buenos Aires Tango experience. Most famous for it’s magnificent glacier Perito Moreno in the Los Glaciares National Park and Lago Argentino, both of which can be accessed from the gateway town of El Calafate.
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The city of Cusco is an intriguing mix of Spanish colonialism and Incan ingenuity, nestled neatly in the Andes Mountains at 3200m. Cusco was known by the ancient Incas as the ‘Centre of the Universe’ and it’s not hard to see why… Find out more
Experience the very best that 'Pachamama' (Mother Earth) has to offer in Peru’s stunning Sacred Valley of the Incas. Avoid the tourist hordes by staying at the secluded Rio Sagrado Hotel, Villas & Spa situated on the banks of the timeless Urubamba River. Find out more
What better way to introduce yourself to sizzling Santiago than with a room a very funky hotel where your personal guide will give you the low-down on the best restaurants,bars and experiences the city has to offer. Find out more
Who doesn’t have the Amazon on their list of places to see before they die? Experience this unique region of Peru in a very unique way, staying at the private ecological reserve of Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica Find out more
Experience the stunning Patagonia of Chile in 5 star camping luxury. Patagonia Camp is South America’s first luxury camping experience with 17 yurt-tent domes nestled in a dense forest of beech trees overlooking the spectacular Lake Toro and Paine Massif. Find out more