adventure travel Archive

Touring San Miguel de Allende and Beyond With Coyote Canyon Adventures

The typical visitor to San Miguel de Allende checks out the few sights, does some shopping, strolls the pretty streets, and eats well. On this trip I wanted to do more, so I hooked up with Coyote Canyon Adventures to go beyond the norm. People tend to have very polarized views of San Miguel de […]

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Horseback Riding Near San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende in Mexico, recently tagged as the best city in the world in one travel magazine, is best known for its picture-perfect streets full of Spanish colonial architecture. It has gorgeous hotels, fine restaurants, and excellent shopping. This is a small city in a large countryside though and there’s plenty to do […]

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Just Opened – Awasi Patagonia in Chile

In some countries we have a regular correspondent living there, so we’re able to check out brand new luxury hotels and resorts as soon as they open up, like the new Awasi Patagonia. That’s it at the top. It kind of makes you want to pull up Vayama and start looking at plane ticket prices […]

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A Maya Morning in Belize at Caracol

By Lydia Carey At 6am the Melodious Blackbird sings me awake. This is the second day that it has served as my Belizean alarm clock. Today it got me up in time to take a tour of the Caracol Maya ruins site, about an hour and half from the Hidden Valley Inn resort down a […]

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A New Easter Island Luxury Retreat: Hangaroa

For years now we’ve only had one luxury hotel featured for Easter Island, also known a Rapa Nui. Now we’re happy to say you’ve got a choice if you land on our best Chile hotels page: Hangaroa Eco Village Resort and Spa. Hangaroa is a tad less pricey than its predecessor from Explora, plus you […]

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A Video Tour of an Explora Travesia

Earlier this year we posted a feature story on a “rustic luxury” overland tour from southern Bolivia to the Atacama Desert. This Explora Travesia is a really special trip, with hardly any other humans around and a daily feeling that you’ve got the whole desert almost to yourself. At night it’s just you, your travel […]

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