South America Travel Guide
I’ve traveled to South America for at least four months, every year, for the past three years. I’ve foregone trips to Europe, or Southeast Asia ~ even trips in my home country, to return to South America again & again. Why? What does South America have that these other destinations don’t?? In a word: Wildness. A feeling of the untamed. Vibrancy. Culture. Dance. Cheap cost of living. Unparalleled access to nature, & world wonders like Machu Picchu, Iguazu Falls, the Galapagos Islands, & legendary Patagonia. South America comprises a MASSIVE area of land, & every time I leave, I have the feeling that there is still SO much more left to explore…some known, & some as yet, undiscovered. Which is why I think it keeps pulling me back. Let me help you explore this fascinating continent in this South America Travel Guide.
South America Travel Guide ~ Blogs!
In this “Ultimate Girl’s Guide to Peru Travel,” we’ll venture from Lima to Cusco & Machu Picchu, up to the Amazon, Lake Titicaca & more!
If you’re contemplating a trip to Peru & wondering if it’s worth it ~ here are some incredible photos to inspire your Machu Picchu trip…
In this “Travel Guide for Sacsayhuaman in Peru,” we’ll discuss the history & mysteries of this amazing former Inca fortress above Cusco.
Cuenca is one of the most beautiful cities in Ecuador, & my favorite. We’ll explore why with lots of photos in this travel guide for Cuenca.
Bogota is known for its colorful & artistic graffiti. As we take a street art tour of Bogota, we’ll discover all the best places to find it!
Over the course of several years, I’ve spent many months in Peru as a solo traveler. This post takes you inside solo female travel in Peru..
Bariloche is a year-round destination: you can ski in the winter, & swim in the summer. Here are 5 jaw-dropping luxury hotels in Bariloche.
How much does a trip to Patagonia cost? I’m opening up my pocketbook & showing you exactly what I spent in a month in Patagonia, including flights there!
Colombia is often seen as a dangerous place to travel. Personally, I found the opposite to be true. Here is my advice for solo female travel in Colombia!