Luxury Latin America Archive

How to Choose the Right Ship for the Galapagos Islands

Here’s one truth of Galapagos Islands travel that you’re not going to hear many tour operators admit: your experience on the islands themselves isn’t going to be much different whether you pay $3,000 per person or $12,000 per person. They’ll tout their great guides and educational sessions, their well-planned itinerary, and their service in getting […]

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Two More Luxe Resorts on Holbox Island, Mexico

A couple weeks back we highlighted our updated review of Casa Sandra, but that original luxury resort on this car-free island off the Yucatan Peninsula coast is no longer the only one worth considering. We just posted two full reviews of newer additions to the scene: Villas Flamingos (pictured above) and Hotel Las Nubes Holbox. […]

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Adventure & Travel Trends in Latin America

Your editor for this publication has been on the conference circuit lately, listening to a lot of presentations on what’s new and trending in the worlds of luxury travel and adventure travel. One big trend is, those two are converging like never before. More luxury travelers are mixing in adventure activities and wanting to stay […]

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A Tour of a Luxury Catamaran in the Galapagos

We tell a lot of stories on Luxury Latin America and we try to describe, through photos and text, what a journey or a particular hotel is like. You can go to the company’s website and see something slick and professional, or for a cruise you can check out a deck plan like the one […]

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New Boutique Hotel Cacao in Playa del Carmen

I was guest #1 to check in to Hotel Cacao in Playa del Carmen recently, so if you’ve read a full review of the place somewhere, it was likely penned by an intern sitting in a cubicle in New York City, reading a press release. Click on that photo above and it’ll go to a […]

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Eat Mexico! A Foodie Tour of Puebla and D.F.

There’s some good food scattered around other parts of Latin America, but it’s really tough for anyone to challenge Mexico when it come to intensity or diversity. You’re going to eat interesting food pretty much anywhere in the country, but in some regions they elevate cooking to high art, even when it comes to simple […]

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