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.
It is supposed to study nature but The Charles Darwin Foundation is increasingly looking at how to curb overtourism.
Visiting Rio and not seeing Copacabana beach is like skipping the Opera House on a first visit to Sydney
Although food is a highlight, it's the wine that takes centrestage.
Rainforest Expeditions operates three lodges on the Tambopata River in southeast Peru. All are buried in thick jungle with no road access, and all provide endless wondrous astonishment.
Five tips to getting that great shot at Machi Picchu.