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Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge and Other Amazon Destinations

Have you ever dreamed of exploring the Amazon jungle and river regions on an adventure vacation? We’ve just posted a review of Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge in Brazil, the latest option we’ve covered for an excursion to one of the wildest places on the planet. Anavilhanas is a mouthful of a name, but it’s one of [&hellip

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More Countries Open to Travelers, But With Lots of New Rules

While much of the world is still walled off to international travelers–especially Americans–Latin America is open to travelers a bit more each month. From Mexico down through Ecuador (for now), countries are welcoming visitors and will be happy to see you. Just understand that you’ll need to pack a few masks, some test results, and [&hellip

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Bajio Region Mexican Wineries Near San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende keeps topping travel magazine polls as one of the best cities in the world. It’s best-known for its gorgeous historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Did you know, however, that you can reach multiple Mexican wineries a short drive outside of town? On one road to Queretaro and another to [&hellip

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Hit and Miss Tourism Slogans From Latin America

Tourism slogans are meant to sum up the appeal of destinations in just a few words, the same way a brand’s tag line does. Ideally, they are short enough to go on a hat or water  bottle, but powerful enough to convey a strong emotional connection or make a pitch for why you should visit. [&hellip

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Video Tours of Two Luxury San Miguel de Allende Hotels

We have recently posted two new reviews of San Miguel de Allende hotels here on the magazine side of Luxury Latin America. If you don’t know much about San Miguel, here’s the basic story. It’s a key city in the history of Mexican independence, it’s a UNESCO World Heritage site with miles of Spanish colonial [&hellip

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Safe Travel in Belize After Re-opening

After being closed to foreign visitors for half a year, Belize is opening back up to tourism on October 1, 2020. This is one of several Central American countries opening its borders again–with safe travel restrictions–but it’s the biggest news since there are no nationality caveats. Also, unlike destinations such as El Salvador and Honduras, [&hellip

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