The second largest festival in South America, people from all over the world gather in Peru to watch the Inti Raymi on June 24th. The celebration takes place in the heart of the former Incan Empire, the Sacred Valley and is filled with pageantry, color, and dramatic theatrical depictions.
Whether you’re snorkeling in the crystal-clear waters of Bonito’s Rio da Prata or traversing the ancient colonial mining trails of Chapada Diamantina in search of waterfalls, there’s plenty of adventure in store when traveling Brazil with kids. But what do you need to know before you go? Here’s our go-to guide for smooth travels to the land of samba and barbecue.
Beautiful, gentle creatures, sea turtles serve an important role in our oceans’ biodiversity. But they face many natural and manmade threats. Fortunately, you can help them with family travel that makes a difference.
In the 16th century, Spanish conquistadors scoured Peru in the search for El Dorado, a land of incomparable wealth. Today, Peru remains a land rich in cultural heritage, colorful history, and vibrant folkloric traditions. Ready to learn more about traveling to Peru with kids? Read on for our ultimate family travel guide.
One of the New Seven Wonders of the World, Machu Picchu continues to astound and puzzle researchers. From how it was built to why it was abandoned, scientists have barely scratched the surface. Like a good Incan mystery? Get ready to devour these interesting facts about Machu Picchu.
Everything about the Brazilian Amazon proves astounding, from its sheer size to its incredible biodiversity. But is traveling the Amazon rainforest with kids safe? Yes! What’s more, the rainforest will inspire your kids to be better global citizens. Learn more about awe-inspiring Amazonia and how to make it a kid-friendly destination.
Endless reasons to visit Patagonia with kids exist, from towering, snow-capped peaks to glacial lakes and majestic waterfalls. But what’s one of our personal favorites? A chance to check out Patagonia’s many adorable penguins. Here’s “who” to look for during your next visit.
You’ve probably heard of the incredible biodiversity of the Amazon rainforest. In fact, it’s one of the most biodiverse regions on planet Earth, both in terms of animal life and plant life. But do you know which mammals to watch out for while visiting Amazonia? …
A vast region of more than 2.6 million square miles of dense forests, the Amazon spans across the South American nations of Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, French Guiana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela. Encompassing about 40 percent of South America, the Amazon basin approximates the …
Did you know that 95 percent of tourists who visit Brazil can’t wait to return? Or, that 98 percent of visitors rate Brazilian hospitality as some of the best in the world? If you’ve been longing for a Brazil family adventure but dreading the thought …