Cartagena, Colombia

Perched on Colombia’s northern coast looking out into the Caribbean Sea, Cartagena is one of Latin America’s most atmospheric cities. Much of the colonial old town has been preserved, creating a fairy-tale cobbled centre lined with welcoming bars and cafes, […]

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Rio De Janeiro

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Nicknamed the “Wonderful City”, Rio De Janeiro certainly lives up to its billing. Nestled between towering mountains and the wild Atlantic ocean, it’s a city that knows how to live the good life. The former capital of Brazil is probably […]

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Iguana on the Galapagos

Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Over 600 miles away from the South American mainland, the Galapagos Islands are a remote archipelago that is famous for its unique flora and fauna. Most of the islands are within a highly protected National Park, meaning access is strictly […]

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Easter Island

Easter Island, Chile

Today we’re visiting one of the most remote places on Earth: Easter Island. Known as Rapa Nui by locals, it’s 1289 miles across the Pacific to somewhere else that is inhabited and over 2000 miles to the South American mainland. […]

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Ponte Estaiada, São Paulo, Brazil

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Brazil’s biggest city, Sao Paulo is bustling modern metropolis. Known for it’s horrendous traffic and unpredictable weather, there’s plenty to explore; beat the traffic in one of the city’s helicopter taxis and don’t forget an umbrella! Sao Paulo is also […]

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Chichen Itza at night

Chichen Itza, Mexico

Our second stop on seven wonders week is the ruins at Chichen Itza in Mexico. This ancient Mayan city is located in Yucatan, near to Mexico’s Caribbean Sea coast. The city was founded around 600AD, and Chichen Itza grew to […]

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