This is a naugthy article of mine…. Having worked as a tailor made travel consultant for the UK’s top South America specialist tour operator, I know what goes into the making of a tailor made holiday. Here I offer you a very easy method by which anyone can book budget or luxury tailor made holidays […]
Archive for the 'Brazil' Category
Recently, Gol launched an airpass that offers cheap internal flights in Brazil for international tourists. This guide explains how the Gol Airpasses work, and how to book them.
Planes, floating pyramids, tree-top towers, salt and prison hotels - here’s a selection of the weirdest hotels in Latin America.
A personal account of the experience of taking the Amazon River boat from Belem to Manaus (Brazil). This is a chapter extract from the book Travelantics, by Adonis Stevenson.
Following on from recent my recent post about the best beach party destinations, here’s some travel advice about the exact opposite type of beaches. What are the best beach destinations in Latin America to get away from it all, and feel very special at the same time? These amazingly beautiful beaches are almost completely empty […]
Reading your book with your sunglasses on, or are you really scoping/admiring the people frolicking in the sea in front of you? I suspect we’ve all done this at some stage. So where are the best beaches in South America for people watching? Where do all the trendy, beautiful Latin locals spend there beach holidays? […]
So where are the best beaches in Brazil? The Brazilians love to argue about it. Having spent over a month exploring Brazil’s coast last year, here’s my opinion.
Here’s a selection of personal recommendations for the best places to honeymoon in Latin / South America. I suggest various romantic islands and regions with wonderful, peaceful beaches, in addition to the top romantic cities and the best outdoor activity destinations in the region. In this article I’ll focus on the best places to honeymoon, […]
Dark tourism is a type of tourism involving travelling to places usually associated with death, grief or suffering. Here’s some scary suggestions for dark travellers to Central and South America. Your Gran just wouldn’t understand…
Much of the latest James Bond film (Quantum of Solace) was shot in Latin America (in Chile, Panama and Mexico - though much of the film was apparently set in Bolivia). There’s plenty of other great Bond moments from other Latin American countries too…