Articles tagged with: chile
From the blood-red Laguna Colorada in Bolivia to the Painted Desert in Arizona, here's our pick of the most bizarre natural landscapes on Earth:
Astro-tourism is on the rise and it's not hard to see why – there is nothing more magical and mysterious than the night's sky.
From colourful festivals to unique local celebrations, here are the top events from around the world in 2012 with World Expeditions:
Discover Bolivia's colonial cities and incredible culture, conquer the salt flats of Uyuni and cross high mountainous wilderness on this 19-day trip with Gap Adventures.
Latest travel advice on travelling to Chile and Argentina.
Chile hit the news this year for all of the wrong reasons.
For the adventurer within, Swoop Patagonia is offering 25 per cent off the 'Amazing Paine' seven day tour through Patagonia.
There will be an exciting new experience on offer to travellers in Chile next year with the opening of Puma Lodge, the country's first heli-skiing facility.
The weather for the British Open at St Andrews may be unreliable to say the least but if the championship has got you itching to improve your swing in the sunshine, read on for Travelbite.co.uk's top golfing holidays.
On offer this week is a 15-day tour of Argentina & Chile with this great last minute holiday idea.
Take on one of the world's great trekking destinations during a hike through the stunning mountains, turquoise lakes and huge glaciers of pristine Patagonia.
It is 40 years since Easy Rider hit the silver screen, capturing the spirit of American counterculture and inspiring a new generation of road trip movies.
Prince Charles and Camilla are currently undertaking a whistle-stop ten-day eco-mission in South America to raise awareness of environmental issues.
Offering a chance to travel with like-minded companions and benefit from an expert guide, escorted tours are an ideal way to explore the world.
I was sitting in the common room of the Eratic Rock hostel in Puerto Natales awaiting a talk on hiking the Torres Del Paine national park.
I shouldn't really be a surfer. I sunburn too easily. Perhaps in the eyes of some people I'm not.
Entering San Pedro de Atacama, Chile , feels like walking onto a film set.
Next February will see the bicentennial celebration of the birth of Charles Darwin – the fÃƒÂªted British naturalist.
With the slopes of the world receiving their first dusting of snow in recent weeks, enthusiasts are preparing for what is set to be an eventful ski holiday season.
Visitors to Central America are being offer a chance to take an unforgettable journey across Cuba from Old Havana – where classic American cars and horse-drawn carriages are equally at home.
Chile's Chaiten volcano saw an escalation of activity yesterday, forcing the last residents and military personnel to be evacuated from the remote Patagonian region.
The Chaiten volcano in southern Chile had a major eruption late last week on May 1st, causing thousands of people to be evacuated and officials to issue a travel warning.
South America is one of the most beautiful, dramatic and exciting continents in the world, but with so much on offer it can be hard to know where to start.
The geyser is one of the rarest natural phenomena in the world and these unusual erupting springs can be found in a small number of locations scattered all over the planet.
With a wet and windy British winter now settling in, it is more tempting than ever to take to the skies and head to a destination with hot and sunny weather.