There are so many amazing artists in South America that this Blog wouldn’t be complete without a category dedicated to Latin Art & Culture. I thought I would start with a short post about one of my personal favourites, Fernando Botero, who’s art I was first introduced to while travelling around central Colombia in 2003. It was during this … More Fernando Botero – Latin America’s most sought after artist
This post has been moved to my new blog Adventures in Spanish.
400 km southwest of Bogotá, sheltered in a valley by the Magdalena river, Park San Agustin is home to ancient tombs, burial sights and over 500 interesting and bizarre stone figures of varying size. They depict people, animals and creatures important to the beliefs of this mysterious civilization. The Park is the largest group of religious monuments and … More Colombia: San Agustín – Park of the Stone Gods
With the glittering Caribbean coast in easy reach, South America calls itself home to some of the most stunning diving and snorkelling sites in the world. Whether you’re a seasoned diver or a tentative beginner, you’ll discover there are plenty of places where you can embrace the mysterious beauty of life beneath the waters. Read … More Top 6 Dive Sites in South America
Sustainable Tourism I am working on a Sustainable Tourism Policy for Latin Adventures. This blog post documents some of my research and ideas on Sustainable Tourism that I intend to follow as a travel agent. Once finished, I will post Latin Adventures’ Sustainable Tourism Policy on this blog, in it will be clearly documented our specific … More Sustainable Tourism