A Guide to Living in Medellin, Colombia as a Digital Nomad

Known as the digital nomad hotspot of South America, the city of Medellin in Colombia is becoming more and more popular with remote workers, commonly compared to the likes of Thailand’s Chiang Mai and...

Colombia Calls Creatives, Part 2: Artesania y mas

Next to its more obvious natural splendors, Colombia has a great deal to offer when it comes to art, culture and craftsmanship. The major cities are electrifying, speckled with hip live music bars, artsy...
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Guyana: A Destination for Ecotourism

Nestled between Suriname, Brazil, and Venezuela, Guyana isn’t often at the forefront of the conversation when it comes to South American destinations. In fact, it’s often mistaken for Ghana, the West African nation on...

An Off-the-Beaten-Path Road Trip Itinerary To Colombia’s Caribbean Coast

Mention the “Caribbean” and immediately picture yourself soaking up the sun on a white sandy beach. Add the song of hundreds of birds, pounding drums and melodic flutes, lush tropical forests, and a view...

Peru in Black and White: Capturing Vibrant Landscapes without Color

Peru had been at the tippy-top of my list for a while, so I was beside myself to finally be traveling to one of my most coveted destinations. As someone who loves travel photography,...

Colombia Calls Creatives, Part 1: An Art Lover’s Guide to Colombia

It's time to revise outdated clichés about Colombia and take a closer look at this kaleidoscopic South American country. Art is alive and more than well in Colombia. Bogotá has established itself as an...

8 Lesser-Known Places to Visit in Peru

While most travelers head to large Peruvian hubs like Lima, Cusco, and Arequipa, those who venture to the smaller cities and more unknown destinations around this South American country will be pleasantly surprised. If...
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Truly Off the Grid: Living on a Ranch in Argentina’s Patagonia Region

The first time I’d ever gotten on a horse was when I arrived at an outpost on the way into Estancia Ranquilco, a 100,000 acre ranch in North Patagonia and nestled in the Andean...

A Solo Woman’s Travel Guide to Colombia

Being faithful to my love of exploring the world means that sometimes I must travel solo. As a freelance journalist and digital nomad, I am lucky to be able to work from anywhere, but...

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