A small country of dense forest and very few tourists. Guyana is all about nature and adventure. Guyana Tours – Guyana and Suriname Tours 1. In a whole year, Guyana has less tourist visitors than Machu Picchu does in one day. 2. The world’s tallest single-drop waterfall: Kaieteur Falls – 5 times the height of Niagara Falls! You […]
n December Into Latin America’s Steph went on a trip to check out our newest destination; Costa Rica. Here is what she says: Ask anyone who has been here and they will usually say that the wildlife is the main highlight and now I am seeing why. In Tortuguero even before breakfast I saw Sloth, […]
In June and July of 2014, thousands of visitors will flock to Brazil as the country hosts the FIFA Football World Cup. Matches will be played in a total of 12 cities across the country. Aside from the football, there are plenty of other attractions in and around these Brazilian cities. Manaus is a fascinating city […]
t Into Latin America we only sell tailor-made tours. This means our travellers have the luxury of deciding where they want to visit, and the kind of hotels they want to stay in. With our years of on the ground experience in Latin America, we can match our travellers with the right hotel. Small and […]
December 21 marks the end of the Mayan Long Count Calendar. Many believe this also heralds the end of our current world and the dawn of a new age. For a dramatic event, you need a dramatic location. Here is our pick of six dramatic, mysterious or just all round incredible places to see in […]
As we watch the blaze of glory at the closing ceremony of London’s Paralympic Games and the days begin to draw short on Britain’s golden summer, we can sit back with a smile of contentment and wonder how the next Olympic Games will be able to surprise and delight the world as both the London and Beijing Games did. […]
The quiet beaches backing onto rich forests of Ecuador´s coast make it a great destination for a multi-day bike ride. Karen from Into Latin America recently took advantage of a few days off to cycle what known as the Route of the Sun. Here, Karen tells us about some of the highlights of the trip. […]
Visiting Community Tourism Projects in Ecuador is a great way to meet people and learn about local cultures. Here Karen shares her experiences of visiting one project in Saraguro, 3 hours from Cuenca, south Ecuador. Saraguro is a town, a canton and also an identity for the people who live there. Saraguro people are easily […]
Be sure to bring space in your luggage on a Peru tour. From alpaca sweaters to colorful hats, you are sure to want to buy some of these souvenirs. 1. Alpaca. Alpaca wool is a fantastic material. It is incredibly light, warm and even water-resistant. For the genuine article, it’s worth paying a bit more. […]
If you visit The Galapagos or Ecuador after October 2012, it is likely you will fly into Quito´s new international airport. So far, the new airport is without a name. Be part of the process, and place your vote for a new name for Quito airport! Here we explain how to choose from the four […]
This really was the holiday of a lifetime and thanks to expedition leader Hannah and her fantastic team was it was a magical experience. The scenery and wildlife were breathtaking and the history of polar exportation, and my hero Sir Ernest Shackleton in particular was vividly, brought to life. To be able to follow his journey and pay my respects to him at his graveside in South Georgia was very emotional and something I will never forget.
Lorraine traveled on Hebridean Sky. Find out more here.