Luxury Travel Features Archive

All the Ways to Get to Machu Picchu

The citadel that has launched a million selfies—Machu Picchu—is one of the wonders of the world and South America’s best-known tourist attraction. Part of the appeal is its isolation. When you can just drive up to a place, snap a photo, and drive away, it doesn’t seem as special. Or when it’s surrounded by the […]

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 […]

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 […]

From the Jungle to the Galapagos With Columbus Travel

We’ve reported on quite a few different experiences in the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador, but this time we went on a wildlife overload. As many travelers start to discover reasons to stick around longer in Ecuador, we tried out a popular itinerary of exploring the Amazon jungle before heading out to the islands. With Columbus […]

How to Tour Peru the Right Way

There are a lot of options for a lot of budgets when you decide to spend some time in Peru. If you’re a family or what to do something experiential and really memorable, the choices can get overwhelming. I interviewed Andre Robles of Voyagers Travel (http://www.machupicchutours.travel/), one of the top tour operators in South America, […]

Touring Puebla: the Capital, Cuetzalan, & Cholula

We just posted a tour story on an area of Mexico that you probably haven’t read much about: Puebla. The capital city is Mexico’s fourth-largest, but it only gets a trickle of foreign tourists. Once you head out of their to the “Pueblos Magicos” scattered around Puebla state, there are even fewer of them. That’s […]