Patagonia Paisajes (Landscapes)

Patagonia is vast, covering the southern third of Argentina and Chile. One could spend months in the region and still be left with more...

Iguazu GetaWET

Yes, you'll get wet. We recently returned from a quick getaway to Iguazu Falls on the border of Argentina and Brazil. A “quick getaway”...

Buy Online for Iguazu

Recently, the National Park system for Argentina www.parquesnacionales.gov.ar introduced an online purchase option for entrance tickets...

Tres Tips for Buenos Aires

There is a vast amount of information about travel to Buenos Aires, something for every taste and type of traveler. I don’t want to...

Colonia Getaway

Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay is located 200 km/120 miles west of Montevideo, on the banks of the Rio de la Plata river. It's actually...

Northwest Argentina: An Overview

We traveled for three weeks in Northwest Argentina, or NOA (from Noroeste Argentina in Spanish), and it’s easy to see why this region has...

Northwest Argentina: Cities

Most visitors to Northwest Argentina, or NOA (from Noroeste Argentina in Spanish), go for the amazing landscapes, charming rural towns,...

Montevideo On Tap

The craft beer and microbrewery scene is growing rapidly in Uruguay, and while it may be a few years behind the global trend a new crop...

Uruguay: It pays to call ahead

When travelling in Uruguay, you should always contact your intended destination in advance, whether it be a hotel, restaurant, winery, or...

Rainbow Travel Safety

In today's world, travel safety is on everyone's mind. However, LGBTI travelers need to take additional issues into consideration when...

Slow down, you move too fast....

What is Slow Travel? The concept stems from the Slow Food movement, which began in the 1980s in response to the increasing globalization...

Packing 101: Stop, Drop, and Roll

The amount of guidance available about packing is amazing. I personally always try to travel with only a carry on bag and I follow three...