The Best Atacama Desert Adventures in Chile

The long and skinny country of Chile has two major playgrounds for adventure travelers: the far south and the far north. The latter would be the Atacama Desert, where all kinds of adventures and excursions are available that could easily fill up a week’s vacation on their own. Let’s get one thing out of the [&hellip

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Hacienda Bambusa in the Coffee Triangle of Colombia

Our latest Colombia luxury hotel review is a boutique property we’ve been meaning to get to for a while: Hacienda Bambusa outside of the city of Armenia. We have fond memories of the Coffee Triangle of Colombia after visiting the area twice, once on its own and once in conjunction with a visit to Cartagena [&hellip

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Touring the Best Luxury Resorts in Cabo

Here at Luxury Latin America, we’ve been covering the best of the best hotels and resorts in Cabo since our inception in 2007. Back when we started it wasn’t hard to keep track of the top Los Cabos luxury hotels because there weren’t all that many of them. The Los Cabos Tourism Board, until very [&hellip

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In Bogota, You Have Two Four Seasons Hotels to Choose From

There are very few cities in the world that have two Four Seasons hotels and they are mostly cities with a flood of BP and C-level business travelers, such as Boston, New York, and London. You can add a city from Latin America to that list though: Bogota, Colombia. Four Seasons Casa Medina A while [&hellip

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Revisiting The Springs Resort Near Arenal Volcano

If your idea of paradise is soaking in hot springs with a cool drink in hand, looking at a volcano cone smoking in the distance, then check out our updated review of The Springs Resort in Costa Rica. When you’ve been publishing hotel reviews since 2007 like we have, inevitably you have to return to [&hellip

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A Luxury Train Journey Experience to Machu Picchu

One of the main reasons the citadel of Machu Picchu was never found by the Spanish conquistadors is its isolation. On a mountaintop above a raging river, the way there from Cusco becomes a narrow valley not wide enough for a road. It was hard enough just laying down train tracks to reach this spot, [&hellip

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