From slick city restaurants pioneering modern cuisine to remote rainforest treks, we bring you the best of this South American country. | By Nicola Trup & Ben Lerwillv
Ginormous geysers, salty lagoons and magnificent volcanoes greet those who dare tread the intrepid expanse of the Atacama desert.
Vanilla-scented biscuits from Serbia, almond-kissed ones from Italy, and fruity tartlet from Malaysia—bake these traditional biscuits to beat the quarantine blues.
The move is part of a larger drive to relax norms for travellers to Brazil.
Millennia-old civilisations, diverse art, buzzing cities, and tacos with ice-cold mescal—these five itineraries through the country cover them all.
Grandpa Chan began sharing his paintings with his grandchildren—now he shares them with the world.
A steadily infusing immigrant culture and diversity has given the Chilean capital a shot in the arm.
Flying solo for five months in South America, the writer returned with lifelong friendships, unforgettable experiences and a repository of travel wisdom.
Grappling with an eternal conundrum about travel.
From being extremely vegetarian friendly to competing with Bengalis' love for rice: Peruvian food is uncannily similar to Indian food.