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Mendoza – Argentina Wine Country & Gateway to the Andes

By Anna Snyder

Mendoza – Argentina Wine Country & Gateway to the Andes

If you only have time for one activity while you’re in Mendoza, make it a tour of the various bodegas (wineries) in the surrounding countryside. Everyone from the fervent connoisseur…

Cusco, Peru

By Anna Snyder

Cusco, Peru

Erstwhile capital of the Inca Empire and UNESCO World Heritage site, Cusco in the southern Sierra Mountains of Peru remains a fascinating city with a rich history and endless plazas,…

Baños, Ecuador

By Anna Snyder

Baños, Ecuador

The adventure capital of Ecuador, Baños has enough charm and natural beauty to appeal to anyone, nature-lover or city aficionado. Located in the Andean highlands of northern Ecuador in the…

Cartagena, Colombia

By Anna Snyder

Cartagena, Colombia

White sand beaches, fiery sunsets over the ocean, salsa and reggae dancing – Colombia’s coastal city of Cartagena de Indias is the perfect getaway for those wanting to experience a…

50 Free Things to do in 50 Cities Around the World

By Megan Soll

50 Free Things to do in 50 Cities Around the World

Traveling around the world can be pricey but many cities offer lots of inexpensive, even free options for the Savvy Explorer. Here is our list of 50 free things to…

Santos Brazil: Pristine Beaches, History & Coffee

By Mary Ann Simpkins

Santos Brazil: Pristine Beaches, History & Coffee

Today, Santos Brazil is Sao Paulo’s beach playground. Women in tiny thong bikinis and men in speedos just as skimpy laze on wide sandy beaches only forty-nine miles from Brazil’s…

World’s Best Beaches

By The Editors

World’s Best Beaches

With miles of sand under sunny skies and the sea beyond, a day at the beach is the perfect tonic for the hectic pace of modern life. But there is…

Rio de Janiero

By Elliot Torres

Rio de Janiero

Famous for its beaches and the scantily clad bodies that grace them, Rio de Janeiro has a distinctive landscape and world famous landmarks such as the Christ the Redeemer statue.…

Patagonia

By Danielle Mayer

Patagonia

Pristine waters ranging from sapphire and azure to milky white glimmer between ragged peaks and barren yellow fields. Raw, ragged and wind blown – Patagonia truly is the end of…

Buenos Aires

By Michael Tulipan

Buenos Aires

The gateway to the beautiful Argentinean countryside, Buenos Aires is a hip, cosmopolitan destination that also happens to be easy on the American pocket. Argentina is famously European in its…

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Rabat, Morocco

Rabat, Morocco’s capital city, is flush with history and culture unbeknownst to the many Morocco-bound tourists who flock to Tangiers and Casablanca. For those who venture off the beaten path,…

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