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Colombia: Latin America’s rising star

Once a haven for backpackers offering basic infrastructure and a level of security favouring the more adventurous traveller, Colombia is now Latin America’s fastest growing destination for luxury tourism. The country’s desirable position at the northern tip of the Andes offers visitors a wide variety of climates, cultures and activities for all generations. Here, our more »

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Peru’s Sacred Valley: the Explora way

The Explora properties in Chile have long been favourites of Imagine clients. Here, our Latin America specialist Eli tells us all about her experience visiting their newest property, in the beautiful natural surroundings of Peru’s Sacred Valley. I had no idea what to expect when embarking on my bumpy journey from Cusco to Explora’s newest more »

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Enjoying the activities at Sol y Luna

Sol y Luna in Peru’s Sacred Valley

During a whirlwind trip around Peru in which our Latin America specialist Simon was on the move from dawn ‘til dusk laying eyes upon breath-taking scenery at every corner, there was one place that surpassed all his expectations. Here, he tells us all why Sol y Luna in Peru’s Sacred Valley left such a lasting more »

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African influences add to Salvador's lively culture

A night in Salvador

On a recent trip to Brazil, Latin America specialist Sinead was blown away by the lively and musical culture of Salvador. Here she writes about how she was swept off her feet on arrival… We landed into Salvador at 8pm, having left our lodge in the heart of Brazil’s Northern Pantanal at 7am.  After the arduous journey more »

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Chiloé's famous stilted houses

The Mysterious Chiloé Island

The peaceful Isle of Chiloé, Chile’s second largest island, is worlds away from the dramatic landscapes of Patagonia and the Atacama Desert, but by no means is it any less enchanting. This smoother, more subtle Chilean scenery really has something quite different to offer and has been well-preserved over the years on account of its more »

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Football on Ipanema Beach

Brazil: South America’s longest coastline

Brazil is renowned for its stunning beaches. The country has over 7,500 kilometres of coastline, from the unspoiled, dune backed beaches of the north such as Jericoacoara, to the stunning beaches in the south with their great diving spots such as Ilha Grande – there are plenty to pick from. As a result of the more »

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