South America

From the humid jungles of the north to the dry landscapes of the south, this continent has it all. Whether you’re interested in the great outdoors, dining on world-class food, or chillin’ out on a beautiful beach, you will find it in South America. Brush up on your Spanish and Portuguese, pack your hiking boots and get ready for a wild ride.

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How To Hike The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

In this guide to trekking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, you’ll learn exactly what to expect, what to pack for the Inca Trail, which tour operator to choose and more. Nick and I hiked the Classic Inca Trail Trek for 5 days and had a very positive experience. You will too — if you’re ...
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Digital Nomad Guide to Living in Bariloche

In this complete guide, you’ll learn what it’s like living in Bariloche, Argentina as a digital nomad.  Located in the Lake District of Patagonia on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi, Bariloche (full name, San Carlos de Bariloche) has always been a popular destination for domestic travellers, South American visitors, and those coming from further ...
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21 Best Things to Do in Cusco, Peru

Once upon a time, Cusco was the capital city of the Inca Empire. These days, it’s more like the travel capital of South America. That’s thanks to the city’s proximity to Machu Picchu — one of the Seven Wonders of the World and a major bucket-list item for travellers across the globe.  While you can ...
A digital guide to Medellin Colombia

A Digital Nomad Guide To Living in Medellin, Colombia

Digital nomads are always looking for somewhere to work with good wi-fi and a decent cup of coffee. I personally try to find a destination with at least one other nomad around, where the concept of sitting in a cafe for hours on my laptop isn’t too strange. But in Medellin, it’s not a question of ...
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Backpacking Colombia: The Ultimate Travel Guide

Backpacking Colombia was once considered dangerous, but its international stigma is slowly wearing off and more and more travellers are realizing that Colombia is one of the most diverse, welcoming and rewarding travel destinations on Earth. Medellín is no longer a murder capital, Bogotá is now a place to be explored, not feared and with ...
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Hiking The Valle de Cocora in Colombia: A How-To Guide

Most people travel to Salento for the purpose of hiking the Valle de Cocora – a stunning trek with cartoon-like trees dotting the landscape. Colombia’s national tree is the Wax Palm, which at 60 meters high is the tallest palm in the world. The Valle de Cocora trek is filled with them! If you’re looking ...