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Justin Walker's The Dictator's Highway eloquently describes why to embark on a journey down the Carretera Austral.
Luisa Ludwig’s book Curanto y Kuchen contains an insightful and charming personal account of the lives of the early settlers and this isolated region.
Valparaíso’s most distinctive feature is its ascensores, built over a century ago to link the flat harbourside district with the residential hills.
Devotees of wild food will be in seventh heaven in Chile.
Santiago has some very atmospheric barrios, home to creative restaurants, clubs and buildings.
The Amazon’s cultural diversity is as precious as its biodiversity
Philip Briggs writes about Amerindian culture past and present in Suriname.
For many years it was best known for guerrilla warfare and drug cartels but Colombia is now emerging as a safe, progressive country.
The Pantanal offers South America's greatest wildlife experiences – but what shouldn't you miss?
A characteristic of the Upper Suriname, a korjaal takes several months to build.
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