Just in time for Halloween, here are stories of haunted destinations from Peru, Brazil, Argentina, and Chile.
Argentina is rich with African cultural heritage, and this is celebrated during Carnaval each year.
A peek at the South America street art movement through some of the most impressive works found in Peru, Brazil and Argentina.
Celebrated in Argentina for their nomadic lifestyles and superb horsemanship, learn why gauchos were South America’s answer to the cowboy.
The Witches’ Market in Bolivia reaches legendary status with travelers in South America.
When you hear the name Costa Rica, you can’t help but think of coffee. Coffee and alchoholic Guaro are the national drinks of this Central America location.
In Rio de Janeiro, the statue of Christ the Redeemer towers spectacularly over the Brazilian city. Known as Cristo Redentor, it measures 30m (99ft) tall.
Semana Santa is a huge source of domestic tourism in South America and governments grant feriados largos (extended holidays) for this long weekend.
There are many reasons to travel to Brazil for Carnival and NOT go to Rio de Janeiro, host to the most popular celebration.