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    Welsh Patagonia

    Welsh Patagonia

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    Michael Kerr who writes for the Daily Telegraph recounts, the arrival of 150 Welsh-speaking men, women and children landing at what is now Puerto Madryn on the Atlantic coast of Argentine Patagonia.

    Michael Kerr who writes for the Daily Telegraph recounts, the arrival of 150 Welsh-speaking men, women and children landing at what is now Puerto Madryn on the Atlantic coast of Argentine Patagonia.

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    CreatedDate is 30/06/2015 10:49:00

    Ghosts of the Smoke & Paradise in the Clouds

    Ghosts of the Smoke & Paradise in the Clouds

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    Follow a journey from Quito to the cloud forest of Mindo in Ecuador.

    Follow a journey from Quito to the cloud forest of Mindo in Ecuador.

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    CreatedDate is 02/04/2015 10:59:00

    Top 5 things to pack for the jungle

    Top 5 things to pack for the jungle

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    Heading to the jungle?  Our Head of Marketing Jenny Powles shares her top tips on what to pack for a trouble-free trip.

    Heading to the jungle?  Our Head of Marketing Jenny Powles shares her top tips on what to pack for a trouble-free trip.

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    CreatedDate is 09/12/2014 15:53:00

    Have you heard of a casa particular?

    Have you heard of a casa particular?

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    Casas particulares are simple, privately owned houses in Cuba which are open to tourists.

    Casas particulares are simple, privately owned houses in Cuba which are open to tourists.

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    CreatedDate is 30/12/2014 17:21:00

    Providencia: the map says it's South America the reality says it's heaven by Aaron Millar

    Providencia: the map says it's South America the reality says it's heaven by Aaron Millar

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    The island is part of Colombian territory, but the feeling is much more of a tranquil Caribbean hideaway, says Aaron Millar

    The island is part of Colombian territory, but the feeling is much more of a tranquil Caribbean hideaway, says Aaron Millar

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    CreatedDate is 08/10/2014 09:43:00

    Captivate your kids with Lake Titicaca

    Captivate your kids with Lake Titicaca

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    Want your children to be as excited as you are ahead of your Lake Titicaca Journey? Take a read as we share some ways to make this the "coolest holiday ever!"

    Want your children to be as excited as you are ahead of your Lake Titicaca Journey? Take a read as we share some ways to make this the "coolest holiday ever!"

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    CreatedDate is 24/02/2015 16:04:00

    Canyons and Kayaks Holiday in Mexico

    Canyons and Kayaks Holiday in Mexico

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    Featured in National Geographic Traveller, our Canyons & Kayaks Holiday to Baja California in Mexico is perfect for those in search of an active adventure.

    Featured in National Geographic Traveller, our Canyons & Kayaks Holiday to Baja California in Mexico is perfect for those in search of an active adventure.

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    CreatedDate is 03/10/2014 16:02:00

    Kaieteur Falls: The world's most beautiful waterfall

    Kaieteur Falls: The world's most beautiful waterfall

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    Russ Malkin shares why Kaieteur Falls, Guyana is his favourite waterfall in the world.

    Russ Malkin shares why Kaieteur Falls, Guyana is his favourite waterfall in the world.

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    CreatedDate is 22/05/2015 09:06:00

    Surf's Up in Mancora by Laura Holt

    Surf's Up in Mancora by Laura Holt

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    Leading journalist Laura Holt shares her experience of Peru's lesser-known coastline.

    Leading journalist Laura Holt shares her experience of Peru's lesser-known coastline.

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    CreatedDate is 01/04/2015 09:09:00

    Rosemary Morlin tackles the Ausangate Trek in Peru

    Rosemary Morlin tackles the Ausangate Trek in Peru

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    Client, Rosemary Morlin, shares her experience of the challenging yet rewarding Ausangate trek which features the Andean Lodges of Peru.

    Client, Rosemary Morlin, shares her experience of the challenging yet rewarding Ausangate trek which features the Andean Lodges of Peru.

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    CreatedDate is 28/10/2014 16:09:00

    Q&A: Konrad Mludzinski in the Falkland Islands

    Q&A: Konrad Mludzinski in the Falkland Islands

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    Q&A by Kondrad Mludzinski in our Bespoke Team after his trip to the Falklands Islands.

    Q&A by Kondrad Mludzinski in our Bespoke Team after his trip to the Falklands Islands.

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    CreatedDate is 27/02/2015 10:42:00

    Historical places: Calle la Ronda, Quito

    Historical places: Calle la Ronda, Quito

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    Consultant Mary gives an insight into Quito's oldest street, Calle la Ronda.

    Consultant Mary gives an insight into Quito's oldest street, Calle la Ronda.

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    Top 5 Off the Beaten Track highlights in NW Argentina

    Top 5 Off the Beaten Track highlights in NW Argentina

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    Anglo-South American, Hugo Lesser, details his highlights of north west Argentina.

    Anglo-South American, Hugo Lesser, details his highlights of north west Argentina.

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    CreatedDate is 24/02/2015 11:34:00

    In Transit in the States

    In Transit in the States

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    Four well-travelled members of our JLA team shared their experiences of travelling through the dreaded United States.

    Four well-travelled members of our JLA team shared their experiences of travelling through the dreaded United States.

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    CreatedDate is 13/11/2014 10:13:00

    Relaxing in Rio

    Relaxing in Rio

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    Journalist Sean Sheehan shares his tips for relaxing in Rio de Janiero, Brazil.

    Journalist Sean Sheehan shares his tips for relaxing in Rio de Janiero, Brazil.

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    CreatedDate is 28/01/2015 13:07:00

    Q&A Jim Ashworth in Cuba

    Q&A Jim Ashworth in Cuba

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    Q&A by Jim Ashworth in our Groups Team after his trip to Cuba.

    Q&A by Jim Ashworth in our Groups Team after his trip to Cuba.

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    CreatedDate is 11/05/2015 13:00:00

    TATE St Ives

    TATE St Ives

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    TATE St Ives is hosting an exhibition of one-room displays by a mix of contemporary and historic artists, namely Brazilian Rivane Neuenschwander.

    TATE St Ives is hosting an exhibition of one-room displays by a mix of contemporary and historic artists, namely Brazilian Rivane Neuenschwander.

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    CreatedDate is 18/05/2015 13:30:00

    The Past, Present and Future of the Walkways at Iguazú Falls.

    The Past, Present and Future of the Walkways at Iguazú Falls.

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    Read about the past, present and future of the  visitor walkways at Iguazú Falls. By Tom Parrott.

    Read about the past, present and future of the  visitor walkways at Iguazú Falls. By Tom Parrott.

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    CreatedDate is 13/02/2015 15:48:00

    Costa Rica's 'Unique Lodges of the World'

    Costa Rica's 'Unique Lodges of the World'

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    National Geographic Society has announced two eco lodges in Costa Rica to join its prestigious community of Unique Lodges of the World.

    National Geographic Society has announced two eco lodges in Costa Rica to join its prestigious community of Unique Lodges of the World.

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    CreatedDate is 23/01/2015 15:28:00

    Top 3 Classic Journeys

    Top 3 Classic Journeys

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    Read our Top 3 Classic Journeys, part of our new inspirational Top 3 series | Journey Latin America

    Read our Top 3 Classic Journeys, part of our new inspirational Top 3 series | Journey Latin America

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    CreatedDate is 31/07/2014 10:03:00

    What do you know about Uruguay?

    What do you know about Uruguay?

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    Claire in Marketing shares the top ten reasons to visit Uruguay.

    Claire in Marketing shares the top ten reasons to visit Uruguay.

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    CreatedDate is 05/08/2015 11:07:00

    Ask the experts

    I would like to travel overland from Iguazu Falls to Sucre in Bolivia... any recommendations on the best way to do this?

    Asked by Emma McIntosh



    Firstly, I’m afraid whichever way you choose to go, this will be a long and arduous journey!

    From looking at a map you might reasonably think that the quickest way to get there would be straight through Paraguay. This is possible, but not to be recommended (the journey through desolate Paraguayan chaco landscape to Santa Cruz in Bolivia takes close to 24 hours and is described by my Bradt Paraguay guidebook as ‘only for the hardy or the impoverished!'). The buses are not reliable in this area, there's nothing in the way of scenery and the heat can be stifling – I wouldn’t even think about it unless you really want a frontier experience in very challenging conditions.

    Another option would be via Brazil – a route that one of our group tours used to follow, in fact. At the midway point in this journey are the towns of Puerto Suaréz and Corumbá, on either side of the border between Brazil and Bolivia. You can reach this border area from Iguazú in one of three ways:
    1. Take a bus from the Brazilian side of the falls to Campo Grande and then on to Corumbá (it’ll take you at least 24 hours).
    2. From Puerto Iguazú (Argentina), take a bus to the Paraguayan capital Asunción via Ciudad del Este, then continue on to Corumbá via Pedro Juan Caballero, Ponta Porã on the border with Brazil, and Dourados (Brazil).
    3. There’s a boat that goes direct from Asunción to Corumbá, but it only runs every few weeks.
    Then once you’ve made it to Puerto Suárez (on the Bolivian side of the border), you can travel on what is reassuringly known as the ‘train of death’ to Santa Cruz. I’ve done this journey myself, and the whole thing, from Iguazú to Santa Cruz in Bolivia, took about two days. You would still then need to get between Santa Cruz and Sucre, itself another long journey – we used to fly between the two cities on our group tour to save time.

    If I were you I would probably choose a third option, via Argentina. On a map this looks the longest, but there’s a much better infrastructure here so it would be a more comfortable journey, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it worked out quicker in the end too. You would travel from Puerto Iguazú to Corrientes – a scenic route through the Iberá marshes – and from Corrientes you could get a bus to Salta (not a scenic route this time, unfortunately), then another to the Bolivian border, on to Tupiza and finally to Sucre. It would still take a long time but would probably be a slightly less tortuous experience than the other two options! Take your time travelling from Salta to the border, as the villages of Purmamarca and Tilcara are well worth a quick visit. Once in Bolivia, you may also wish to stop and see the mines of Potosí.


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