If you thought ziplining was adrenaline pumping normally, then doing it upside down is the next level. This is something I never thought I’d do.
South America Travel Blogs
These are all of our South America travel blogs at A Brit and a Broad.
South America. What a continent. It really does have some of the world’s most beautiful sites. Think Machu Picchu in Peru, the Salt Flats of Bolivia, the Iguazu Falls of Brazil and Argentina, and that’s before you even consider places like the Galapagos Islands. Yep, South America is where it’s at.
We’ve been to South America a few times over the years and we’ve written extensively about Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, though we’ve been to a fair few other countries than that! Seriously though, we really love South America and all it has to offer, and we can’t wait to bring you more South America travel blogs!
In the luscious grounds of Bodega Largarde with the Andes mountains in the background, you couldn’t ask for a prettier setting to have lunch.
The number one activity in the Colchagua Valley is wine tasting, and you can’t visit this part of the world without trying a few glasses (or bottles!) of wine.
There aren’t many places where you can hike to the top of an active volcano, but at Volcano Villarrica you can, and it really is one of the best hikes in the world.
Learning all about the Mapuche culture is a must while you’re in Pucon, and you certainly couldn’t ask for a more beautiful setting to do it in.
Puerto Varas has become bit of a paradise for water lovers, and with fast-flowing rivers it offers some of the best white-water rafting in the world.
There are few places around the world that truly take your breath away, but the Altiplanic Lagoons is one of those places that’ll leave you breathless.
There’s a reason why they call this place the Valle de la Luna, and at times it feels as if you’re a million miles away. It really is out of this world!
If you’re heading to northern Chile then you’ve simply got to take a tour of the El Tatio geyers, a place that will take your breath away.
Getting from Santiago to Calama is actually very simple but I thought I’d go into it anyway to help those who don’t know what they’re doing.
If you’re looking for the best place to go hiking near Santiago and Valparaiso then look no further than Parque National la Campana; it’s simply stunning.
Street art. Wherever you look in Valparaiso you see street art, so here are 16 photos of the city that’ll make you wish you were a street artist.
Valparaiso is a city that’s full of colour and culture, and after wandering around here for a few days you can’t help but fall in love with the place.
Recently I went on a food tour with Uncorked Cooking in Santiago where I learned how to make civiche, empanadas and peras al vino tinto.
From wandering around Bellas Artes to the views at the top of the Costanera Center, here are some things to see and do in Santiago, the capital of Chile.
One of the biggest challenges when coming home from travelling is keeping the mentality you have when abroad. But it’s also why I think travel is so important.
The food in Bolivia ranges from meat and potatoes to delicious baked treats, and I’ve done my best to try every weird and wonderful thing.
After a couple of classes I quickly realized that teaching drama at the school would much more resemble teaching drama and English simultaneously.