Amazing wildlife of Brazil's Southwild Pantanal, Cristalino lodge, Parnaiba Headwaters National Park; Jaguars, Maned Wolves, Harpy Eagles and much more.....

The red, white, pink and green colours of Bolivia make it an unforgettable place to visit. Full of surprises and breath taking scenery- add it to your list!...

Guyana, one of the last largely unexplored frontiers in South America, is a land where everything is on a supersized scale. Aside from its giant trees and epic waterfalls, it is home to many of the continents – and often the worlds – biggest creatures....

The Carretera Austral is perhaps the most beautiful yet least known major road in all of South America. In this region you will find the famous Marble Caves, Exploradores Glacier, Patagonia National Park and spectacular scenery at each turn....

Ensuring everyone has a fantastic time and gets along on an intergenerational trip can take a lot of pre-planning and thought. Here are some tips to make your next family holiday unforgettable (in a good way)....

I’m one of the two owners of South America Travel Centre and I have been travelling to South America with my wife and two children for each of the last 5 years. I first visited in 1992. As a family we’ve visited parts of; Peru,...

Twenty years ago the Añangu Kichwa Community in Ecuador collectively gave up subsistence hunting and fishing (their legal right) to allow local wildlife populations to recover, and it appears to be working. ...

The Mashpi Biodiversity Reserve in Ecuador is a part of one of the greatest biodiversity ‘hot spots’ on earth, an uninterrupted rainforest that ecologists call the Chocó-Darién region which once stretched north to south, from Panama all the way to Ecuador, compressed between the Pacific...

Not often high on the list of countries that travellers to South America include in their plans, Colombia may just be one of those gems that is overlooked in the haste to tick off the big drawcards like Machu Picchu, Patagonia, and Rio’s famous Carnival....

This trek is dominated by the mesmerisingly beautiful, snow-capped peak of Mount Salkantay, all 6,264m of her.  The trail takes you over glacial moraine and crosses the unforgettable Incachiriaska Pass (4,950m), Salkantay towering above before joining the ‘main’ Inca Trail and continuing towards Machu Picchu....