A collection of the finest lakes in South America, from the huge household names to the best hidden gems in the wilderness.
We backpacked in Chile for 23 days, visiting different parts of the country. This breakdown looks at what we spent on the trip.
Chile’s Elqui Valley is a hotspot for stargazing, with perfect geographic conditions creating spellbinding night skies.
What to do in Chile’s colourful coastal city of Valparaíso, a maze of hills, staircases and narrow alleys strewn with street art.
San Pedro de Atacama in Chile, one of the world’s top stargazing locations, is on the doorstep of adventure in the desert.
Rio de Janeiro is one of the truly great cities of the world. This is how you can see the best it has to offer with limited time.
With Amazon jungle in the north, desert in the south and Inca ruins peppered throughout, Peru is a treasure to explore.
Patagonia, a labyrinth of peaks, lakes, glaciers, fjords and forests, is the perfect place for people who love to get outdoors.
At 3,640 metres above sea level, La Paz is the highest capital city in the world, its skyline carved into the Bolivian Andes.
The lakeside town of Copacabana, 3,800m above sea level, is the perfect place to explore the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca.