The land of mountains and moon valleys, caipirinhas and Caribbean beaches. No matter what you’re looking for, you’ll find it in the most biodiverse continent on the planet.
Pink mountains, green lakes, cholita traditions and a sly bit of witchcraft, explore the weird and the wonderful across the cities and countrysides of Bolivia.
In depth guides to traversing the Amazon rainforest and in depth guides to sourcing caipirinhas.
Famous for being a place that you sit on the beach and smoke legal marijuana. I’ve heard of worse reputations.
The wildest lands and the wildest people that South America has to offer.
It may be the most well worn route on the tourist track in South America, but there’s a reason everyone wants to be in Peru. Climb mountains, live history, surf, eat, drink, pet all the llamas.
The Galapagos Islands
The number one spot on my bucket list, on the budget of an unemployed backpacker. Worth every second and every penny.
Curious and culturally unique, Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, should be at the top of your bucket list.
Jungles and craters, volcanoes and beaches, and access to the incomparable Galapagos Islands. Ecuador doesn’t always feature on the backpacker’s trail, but it absolutely should.
Absolutely magical and absolutely mad, Colombia is my favourite country in the world. You could stay 30 years and not see everything it has to offer, but this will get you started.
Wild Patagonia, space-like deserts, wine regions, artistic hot spots and endless exploration opportunities. It’s all Chile.
Gigantic sheets of ice in Southern Patagonia, and gigantic Andean rocks shaping the Northern desert. Diversity is key,