A trip to the Galapagos Islands is an absolutely unforgettable, bucket list worthy experience that’s well worth the trek. If you’re lucky enough to get the chance to go, make sure you have the following items in your suitcase.
Considering the excess of New York City, it’s no wonder a trip to the Big Apple can set visitors back a small fortune. Fortunately, there are some easy ways to see NYC’s top sights without spending a single cent.
Just outside Bogota there is an incredible site called Jaime Duque Park- which just so happens to have a life-sized replica of the Taj Mahal!
There are some perks to flying first class like skipping the queue and having access to the lounge, but is the high price tag worth it on Avianca? Here’s my experience.
The Uros reed islands are perched on glistening Lake Titicaca, and are built on, well, reeds! Here’s why it’s a must-see for anyone heading to Peru.
Being one of the largest countries in the entire world, it goes without saying that there is PLENTY to do in Canada. Here are the top 10 things worth squeezing in to get a truly Canadian experience.
In the Galapagos Islands, there is a spot called Post Office Bay which has a long—and fun!—history, and visitors can still get in on the time honoured tradition.
If you can only choose one place to go in all of Colombia, make it Cartagena.
The incredible city feels as relaxing as an all-inclusive resort, with the added perks of having historical landmarks, fun nightlife and all the amenities found in a booming metropolis.
They’re considered a national treasure, a symbol of America’s great forests and the tallest living thing in the entire world. Those statuesque redwood trees are a sight to behold, and it’s no wonder people flock to Northern California in droves to take them in!
Guayaquil is the gateway to the Galapagos Islands, as well as being Ecuador’s largest metropolis, an economic hub and home to nearly four million people. Best of all, it has a park full of iguanas!