This might just be the ultimate destination for backpackers.
From surreal sunsets to ancient ruins, Brazil's neighbours enthral Bellinda Kontominas.
They eat it for breakfast, on biscuits and incorporate into desserts and drinks. There are even shops dedicated to it.
Medellin's shift from a violent war-zone into one of the world's most forward-thinking cities is nothing short of remarkable.
It also arrives earlier into Santiago, offering passengers more same-day connections to the rest of South America.
Explorer history, hearty food and cormorants disguised as penguins are just some of the treats in this subpolar city.
Potions and piranhas in the Peruvian Amazon aboard river ship Delfin III.
On a drizzly morning in 1911, American scholar and explorer Hiram Bingham stumbled upon one of the greatest archaeological finds of the 20th century.