From being extremely vegetarian friendly to competing with Bengalis' love for rice: Peruvian food is uncannily similar to Indian food.
If Rio is Brazil's face, São Paulo is its soul—and much of the credit for this goes to the large-hearted, fashion-forward Paulistas.
The Colombian capital emerges from its dark ages with a flair for preserving its character.
Part of “The Trip That Changed the Way I Travel” series.
Over 500 years ago, the Urus left land and made their homes on the water.
Plus: An insider's guide to the Brazilian city.
A mom goes rogue in Chile’s land of lakes and volcanoes.
Finding a lifesaver in the forbidden coca.
The Inca wore alpaca wool, but the Inca emperor, considered a god, wore vicuña.
Up the crumbling ruins of Macchu Picchu's neighbour, Wayna Picchu.