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Inca trail train

Q&A: Is there a train service from the centre of Cusco City to Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail?

Up to now it has been problematic when travelling to Machu Picchu. On a busy touring itinerary around Peru, lots of long days of...
Harbour in Mallorca

Charter a boat and sail to these 5 sunny sailing destinations

Bask in the sunshine onboard a luxurious yacht in one of these 5 fabulous sailing destinations, all of which can be booked through Boataffair.
Lost City Stonework

Hiking to the Lost City in Colombia

Nestling in the jungles of Colombia’s Sierra Nevada, the only way to reach the Ciudad Perdida, or Lost City, is a gruelling four day trek on foot.
Buenos Aires Tango Festival

Argentina: Buenos Aires Tango Festival: August TBC

Visitors from all over the world will converge on Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, and the world's Tango capital, from August 10 until August 23.
Drake Bay

Travel Guide to the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Located on the southwestern coast of Costa Rica, the Osa Peninsula remains relatively untamed and is full of pristine beaches, lush rainforests and plenty of adventure activities.
The port town of Golfito in Costa Rica

Travel Guide to Costa Rica

Costa Rica is known for its happy combination of sunshine, beaches, rainforests and biodiversity. We reveal what you can expect from this lush Central American country.
Rio Carnival - costumed dancer

Rio Carnival (Rio de Janeiro, March 2019)

Rio Carnival is the world’s biggest carnival with over 2 million bodies dressed in outlandish sequins and feathers gyrating to the beat of 100,000 samba drums. It is a five-day extravaganza of colour, excess and festivity.
A guanaco crosses the road in Tierra del Fuegovideo

The Man at the End of the World – Tierra del Fuego, Chile

Filmed in the rugged and remote region of Tierra del Fuego, Chile, "The Man at the End of the World" explores the beauty and mystery of Tierra del Fuego through the eyes of one of its original pioneers, Don Germán.
Las Palenqueras de Cartagena, Colombia

Las Palenqueras de Cartagena, Colombia

Palenqueras are fruit seller women from Palenque de San Basilio. Their brightly coloured dresses made them one of the most photographed icons of Cartagena.
The land of Tango

Buenos Aires: Top 10 things you didn’t know about Argentina’s capital city

There is plenty more about Buenos Aires to explore and learn beyond tango. Here is our list of the top 10 must-know facts about Argentina's capital.

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