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Best Flight Routes to South America

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It’s a long way from Europe to South America whichever way you look at it, but the journey doesn’t have to be as gruelling as you might think. There are a number of direct routes, plenty of airlines to choose from, daily flights to most capital cities, and, most importantly, some very competitive prices! Last week,

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Easter Island Holidays: The Mysterious World of the Moai

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Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, sits 2,300 miles off the Western shore of Chile in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, making it the most remote inhabited island in the world! It is believed to have been discovered by a group of Polynesian settlers, who landed on the volcanic island in giant canoes, as early as 300 AD. It was

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Holidays to Peru and Iguazu Falls

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Holidays to Peru and Iguazu Falls are a popular option when considering a trip to South America, as you get to see some of the best sights the continent has to offer: one of the great wonders of the world in Machu Picchu; the ancient Inca city of Cusco; the high altitude beauty of Lake

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The 5 Worst Roads in South America

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South America is a popular destination with all kinds of visitors from backpackers to luxury holiday-makers, and some opt for the freedom of a self drive holiday, which we highly recommend! Hiring a car means you get to see some pretty amazing scenery, and are in complete control of your itinerary, so you can stop

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South America Road Trips

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When it comes to South America road trips you’re certainly spoilt for choice! It’s a huge continent with so much to see, which is why we think a self drive holiday is the best way to get to know it a little better. Most visitors choose to cover the vast distances by flying, as it’s faster and cheaper, which might be convenient, but it

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Santa Teresa: Rio’s Arty and Sophisticated Neighbourhood

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Santa Teresa offers a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of Copacabana, Ipanema and other popular neighbourhoods of Rio de Janeiro. Set on a hill above Downtown overlooking Guanabara Bay, winding cobbled streets and arty shops make Santa Teresa feel very quaint and Brazilian, a rare find in this lively city! But don’t be fooled

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