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If you are a wine lover, then taking the Tren del Vino train route is an absolute must during your Chile vacation. There are several world-renowned wineries in Chile that offer tours and tasting sessions, but there wasn’t a good way to hit all of them at once until the Wine Train came along. This
Puerto Varas, also known as “La ciudad de las rosas (the city of roses)” is a city and a commune located in the south of Chile in the Los Logas Region. In the city, you can walk through a colonial village full of German influences, climb volcanoes, kayak over the gigantic Llanquiju lake and visit
Mendoza is known as a city of wine and also for the Vendima wine festival. It’s known as the springboard to the highest mountain in South America, Aconcagua. You can pretty much enjoy nature a year-round, like skiing in winter and go rafting in summer. The area of Cuyo, the mountainous wine region which produces
The Serra Verde Express is a sightseeing train ride in Brazil that offers some of the most breathtaking views of Brazil’s nature. On this train ride, you’ll see mountain canyons, tropical green lowlands, and even sneak a peek of the Atlantic ocean. As you advance in the train ride, you’ll see that the climate changes
Fernando de Noronha is an island archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean. In 2001, UNESCO declared Fernando de Noronha a World Heritage Site due to its special ecosystem. Most visitors come to these islands to dive or simply just enjoy lying on the beautiful beaches. Through the glasses of your diving mask, you see the colorful
The Commission for the Promotion of Peru for Export and Tourism (PROMPERÚ) has been awarded by the World Travel Awards (WTA) for the fourth consecutive year as the best travel agency in South America. This was announced last Saturday during a gala evening in La Paz, Bolivia. In addition, during these ‘Tourism Oscars’, Peru also