South America is home to some of the world’s most jaw-dropping destinations yet when visiting many people automatically choose Brazil as their destination and overlook, or forget, about the other countries that are equally as spectacular.
It’s not hard to see why Brazil captivates those who visit, its diverse country has some of the most wondrous landscapes, beautiful beaches and world-famous sights such as Mount Corcovado and Copacabana.
But, what about the other countries in Latin America?
Here’s exactly why you should consider venturing ...
International Living revealed their best places to retire in the world at the start of this year. Their Annual Global Retirement Index analyses countries based on a wide variety of criteria, including residency options, cost of living, climate and property options. Transport, local governance and internet connectivity are also taken into consideration.
10th – Peru
With a low cost of living and 1,500 miles of unspoilt coastline from Ecuador to Chile, Peru is a popular choice for expats this year. It is easy ...
In a world that is constantly evolving and rich with technology and new experiences it is easy to forget the past. When it comes to globetrotting, we are often drawn to the luxurious locations or cities with the best restaurants or shopping opportunities. However, without the five historical locations featured below having had impact upon history, the world we know today might have been much different. So next time you’re a browsing holidays or want adventure, why not invest some time ...
The world is extremely used to positivity when it comes to travelling abroad, with an exceptional number of articles and blog posts filling individuals with wanderlust. And, for many travellers, the world is a magnificent place full of magic at every turn and ignorance toward dangers can be rife.
There are some destinations in the world where crimes go beyond petty taxi cab scams and pickpocket theft. In some cities, armed gangs can be merciless in their attacks, often targeting western travellers ...