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Nirihuau-Condor’s nest-Vulture’s area

Nirihuau-Condor’s nest-Vulture’s area

Nirihuau – area Las Buitreras o “nido de cóndores” = Condor’s nest – Vultures area. Bariloche is located in front of the beautiful Nahuel Huapi Lake and it is famous for the beauty of its lakes, mountains and forest. But… toward the “other side” of the Andes going east to the coast  you will find an amazing steppe that is full of unique moon landscapes, geoforms that look like mushrooms, birds like the kingfisher and condors that were flying over us…

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BRAZILIAN VISA WAIVER for USA, Australian, Canadian and Japanese citizens starting June 17th-2019

BRAZILIAN VISA WAIVER for USA, Australian, Canadian and Japanese citizens starting June 17th-2019

We are SO excited to share with our travelers that Brazilian government has decided to waive the visa requirement for USA, Canadian, Australians and Japanese citizens effective June 17th 2019. This will allow you to travel with a regular passport for up to 90 days within Brazil. So even if you want to just “cross” to Brazil for visiting Iguazu falls when traveling in Argentina or for a full trip to Brazil you will not only save some money but also…

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Gran AVENTURA! Big Adventure- IGUAZU FALLS -ARGENTINE SIDE

Gran AVENTURA! Big Adventure- IGUAZU FALLS -ARGENTINE SIDE

When traveling to Iguazu falls a lot of our clients ask about taking or not the optional BIG ADVENTURE or GRAN AVENTURA BOAT. Our recommendation is almost always YES TAKE IT and you wont regret it! but we would like also to share a little bit about what to expect so you can choose knowing a little bit more about it. So here you have a full description and some photos from when we took it. GRAN AVENTURA-BIG ADVENTURE -Optional…

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Carnival in RIO-BRAZIL in 2017? Why not?

Carnival in RIO-BRAZIL in 2017? Why not?

Brazil have been a great host for two big events that I am sure a lot of you enjoyed (at least we did!) Soccer World Cup in 2014 and great Summer Olympics last August. Now it is time to enjoy RIO de JANEIRO with plenty of new hotel options, amazing Olympic boulevard, new restaurants options etc! So, what a better excuse than than the famous Carnival? Carnival has been a big event that typically occur during February or early Mach. It involves…

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Discovering Montevideo, Punta del Este and wild beaches in Uruguay

Discovering Montevideo, Punta del Este and wild beaches in Uruguay

Its been a while since my last post and I wanted to share the last piece of our trip to Uruguay with my sister Cecilia. While we were already in Montevideo, w e had a private city tour in The old town, inspected some hotels, had lunch at the port ( great place and good BBQs!) In the afternoon we drove with our guide Rosario to Juanico winery. It’s located 38 kms=24 miles from Montevideo, the main wine here in…

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Sunday in Lima with Limenos!

Sunday in Lima with Limenos!

Ana reporting from Peru: Since Darek return to LA and I went to Lima I have been busy participating in the ASTA (American Society of Travel Agents) International destination Expo held in Lima. It was a very good event where I was able to learn more about other destinations within Peru that I still never been to. My friends Charo & Publio, our local suppliers from Peru hosted me for all these days at their house. So I had a…

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Walking tour of Buenos Aires – Paris of South America.

Walking tour of Buenos Aires – Paris of South America.

Today, the three of us took a walking city tour by a renowned company Eternautas. A company ran by docents of history offers several thematic walking tours. We did the most popular version as the above title states. We had a wonderful guide Gabriel who was fluent in English and very well versed in the history of his city with interesting trivia thrown in.