Cartagena's narrow streets and gorgeous architecture have made its Old Town one of Latin America’s most popular destinations.
AmaZOOnico is a volunteer rescue center that rescues animals from poachers, rehabilitates them and sets them free in Ecuador's Amazon jungle.
Ecuador lies on the equator and has the monuments to prove it ... but there's one thing about Mitad del Mundo that nobody wants to talk about.
An enthralling firsthand account of the Inca Trail trek from Cusco to Machu Picchu. Learn what it's like for a newbie to hike the Inca Trail.
Brazil, the 5th largest country in the world, occupies almost half of the South American continent. Not only is it rich in both culture and natural beauty, it is also home to a third of the world's largest rainforest. So if you like both city life and outdoor activities, Brazil i...
Visiting the Kichwa of Ecuador during an Amazon tour includes a chance to photograph tribe members and get your face painted.
Ecuador bound? Here is a list of things to do in Baños, from soaking in its volcanic hot springs, to food, to extreme sports.
Can you cross the Darien Gap between Colombia and Panama? No road goes through the hazardous jungle, so what are your options?
Colombia’s most popular destination captures the heart of everyone who visits, but some Cartagena icons are not originally from there.
Do-it-yourself advice on how to find and rent a fully furnished, short- or long-term apartment in beautiful Cuenca, Ecuador.
If you have a camera, the street life in Cartagena, on Colombia's Caribbean coastline, is one of the best reasons to visit.
Visit Feria Libre, Cuenca's largest local market, for the freshest, cheapest food and the best place to experience the local culture.
Cuenca, Ecuador, has charming squares and churches at every turn, so why do people make such a big deal about Parque Calderon?
Imagine flying home ... and immigration won't let you in. Here is our true story of when Ecuador kicked us out.
Amazing architectural details can be found in Cuenca's colonial balconies: such as eye-popping color and intricate wrought iron and woodwork.
Find out why we chose to move from Cuenca's modern Gringolandia to an older apartment in its historic El Centro.
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