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Day 1: Three-Day Uyuni Salt Flat Tour

My three-day Uyuni Salt Flat tour in Bolivia will be in my memory for a very long time. If you’re looking for an otherworldly destination that will take your breath away, look no further than the Salar de Uyuni. This natural wonder is unlike anywhere else on Earth and is

Rainbow Mountain – The Views from The Summit

The Rainbow Mountain in Peru is one of the most beautiful and unique hiking trails in the world. The trail is located in the Andes Mountains and reaches a height of over 17,060 feet above sea level. The views from the top are absolutely breathtaking and unlike anything you will

Hiking the Rainbow Mountain in Peru

Hiking the Rainbow Mountain in Peru (outside Cusco) has been on my list since I saw the photos in National Geographic Magazine. I told myself that if ever I’ll be in Peru, there are two things I’d like to do/see: Visit Machu Picchu and Hike Rainbow Mountain. I conquered these

The Gold Museum in Bogota Will Take You to a Whole New World

The Gold Museum in Bogota will take you to a new world you’ve never been to or heard of before. It’s simply dazzling and shimmering with everything gold you dreamed of having in your closet. Bogota’s Gold Museum is a must-see for anyone keen on history, culture, and of course,

Botero Museum in Bogota is a Must-See Destination

The Botero Museum in Bogota is a must-see destination that will blow your mind away. It’s not your regular museum infested with European paintings but with the works of Colombia’s living artist – Fernando Botero. Even if you’ve never heard of his name, you have seen some of his works.

Justin Beiber and the Graffiti Revolution in Bogota

Justin Beiber and the graffiti revolution in Bogota scandal is hard to believe for some unsuspecting tourists. Riding a taxi from the airport to downtown Candelaria, one thing is ubiquitous: graffiti. And from what I saw, many are murals, too. In many countries, people consider graffiti as a public sore

Visiting Monserrate in Bogota

Visiting Monserrate in Bogota was the first on our itinerary when we happened to have a 16-hour layover in Colombia. We left the airport at 7:30 in the morning, and our tour guide was already waiting for us at the gate, and he whisked us off immediately to our first

Walking Tour in Lima – On Your Own

This walking tour in Lima will last 2-3 hours, depending on your pace. That’s what we did. Though there are a few “free” walking tours in the historical district, we opted to do it ourselves because we had the whole day to explore the area and we didn’t want to

How to Visit Machu Picchu

How to visit Machu Picchu? If you are planning to visit Machu Picchu this year or in the future, and you don’t know where to start, you’re in the right place! I’ll try to explain it briefly as possible, so I won’t waste your time reading this post. Two ways

The Wonder of Machu Picchu

The wonder of Machu Picchu has been on the bucket list for so many of us. We can’t blame these travelers – the photos we see online and on social media are just stunning, and we want to be there! Of course, I’m one of those travelers who plead guilty.

Traveling in Peru by Bus – A Travel Itinerary

Traveling in Peru by bus is possible, and I don’t mean traveling on dirt, dusty roads or unreliable public transport with caged chickens and pigs as your fellow passengers. Of course, I’m talking about traveling by bus – in style! Let me be honest – all I knew about Peru

What to Do in Nantucket?

The picture-perfect island of Nantucket used to be the whaling capital of the world. But today, it is a leading destination for summer vacations and a preferred location for the rich and the famous. But you don’t have to be a billionaire to enjoy an unforgettable trip or vacation on