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Arequipa Travel Guide

SPONSORED — The name Arequipa comes from “Ari, Quepay,” which means “Yes, you may stay” in the local Quechua language. Not surprisingly, Arequipa is very welcoming and well worth the visit with its amazing architecture, bustling city center, and friendly atmosphere. Arequipa also carries the moniker “La Ciudad Blanca,” as the majority of buildings are […]
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Cusco Travel Guide

SPONSORED — Nestling in the dip of the Watanay River Valley, from above the city of Cusco takes the shape of a puma, which some historians theorize was a purposeful design. As the city expands, its borders creep up the sides of the surrounding mountains, but puma statues, fountains, and signs keep the big cat’s […]
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Arenal Volcano and La Fortuna Travel Guide

SPONSORED — One of Costa Rica’s most notable natural features is the Arenal Volcano. This impressive volcano resides within the 29,960-acre Arenal Volcano National Park. Although the volcano entered into a resting phase in 2010 – meaning that its eruptions have paused – it is still a stunning sight. Rising above the rainforest that surrounds […]
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Puerto Viejo Travel Guide

SPONSORED — Known for its laidback attitude and famous for it’s surfing, Puerto Viejo beckons visitors to come experience Costa Rica’s eccentric side. The village’s cultural influences are interesting to be sure: a mix of Afro-Caribbean, Bribri Indian, tico and hippyesque counterculture, this small port town is an anthropological study in itself. A mere 11 […]
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Panama Travel Guide

SPONSORED — Panama is an isthmus — a thin strip of land with sea on either side. It is the narrowest and southernmost country in Central America, and is slightly smaller than South Carolina. While you’re here you’ll see more rainforests than roads, and a mix of indigenous and immigrant cultures. Although it’s most famed […]
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Lima Travel Guide

SPONSORED — The coastal city of Lima is diverse, with colorful parks, friendly locals, tasty cuisine, vibrant markets, and ancient historical attractions. Travelers can tour world-class museums, wander through the colonial architecture of Miraflores, and eat seafood along the Pacific coast. Lima’s historic center has the famous Plaza de Armas as its center and there […]
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Playa Hermosa Guanacaste Travel Guide

SPONSORED — Hermosa, which means “beautiful” in Spanish, is an aptly named gray-sand beach that perches between two mountains. In fact there are two Playa Hermosas, the other being in the Central Pacific Coast near Jaco. Guanacaste’s Playa Hermosa is situated between Playa del Coco and Playa Panama, Hermosa is seldom as crowded as its […]
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Varadero Travel Guide

SPONSORED — Varadero is Cuba’s most popular beach destination. Less than a 2-hour drive from Havana, Veradero extends onto a long, narrow peninsula and boasts blazing white-sand beaches and warm turquoise water. Varadero lies 87 miles (140 km) east of Havana along the northern coastline of Cuba. The beach is set along the 12.5-mile-long (20-km) […]
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Quito Travel Guide

SPONSORED — Set an elevation of 9,350 ft (2,850 m), Quito is the highest capital city in the world. The population of this bustling city is a contrasting mix of Ecuadorians sporting sleek business suits and colorful indigenous clothing. These contrasts exemplify the mix of politics, history and culture that define Quito. Founded in the […]
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Guatemala Travel Guide

SPONSORED — Guatemala’s landscape inspired Maya legends, and it continues to make an indelible impression. You’ll see why when you visit Lake Atitlán, coffee plantations, and volcanoes. Rainforests here contain the remains of powerful Maya cities, as well as lively populations of monkeys and exotic birds. Guatemalans have been tested by numerous political upheavals, but […]
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Costa Rica Travel Guide

SPONSORED — ABOUT COSTA RICA Costa Rica is approximately the same size as West Virginia. With over 500,000 plant and animal species, Costa Rica is one of the world’s most biologically diverse countries. Scientists have estimated that close to 4 percent of the Earth’s species live in Costa Rica. YOUR VISIT TO COSTA RICA There […]
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Belize City Travel Guide

SPONSORED — Almost all visitors to Belize find themselves in the country’s largest city at one point or another, but unfortunately Belize City is not an attractive destination for most. The majority of travelers who come here are merely passing through – Belize City is the transportation hub for all international and domestic flights, as […]
6 years ago