10 of the Friendliest Countries for Solo Travelers

Traveling alone can be one of the most rewarding personal journeys you can embark upon. From organizing logistics to navigating foreign cities, befriending strangers, and learning a new language, solo travel is full of...

Making New Trails Among Famous Trails in Torres del Paine

Earlier this year, I joined the Torres del Paine Legacy Fund and Conservation Volunteers International Program on a trail project in Parque Nacional Torres del Paine in southern Chile. Over the course of 10...

The Stories Behind 7 Otherworldly Photos from South America

Mirage There is no need for long-exposure photography techniques here — that vast ocean is actually made of solidified salt. Amid this rocky outcrop in the center of the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, I...

7 Things To Add to Your Chile Bucket List

Stretching down much of the coastline of South America, Chile boasts arid deserts, beautiful beaches, crowded cities, towering mountains, lush forests, raging rivers, frigid glaciers, and a whole host of other natural wonders to...

All You See Is Crime In The City

Stephanie Bleier is a project manager and strategist from Stockholm, Sweden. Her successful Instagram account, All You See is Crime In the City documents the public art scenes of cities around the world. Hi...

Passport to Creativity: Patagonia

Wind ripped across the grounds of our hotel on Friday morning, the mountains behind us shining white with a fresh layer of snow. Our fourth day in Patagonia, this would be our most challenging...
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Photo Essay: A Journey Across South America

Through stunning imagery, Anna Borisenko takes us on a journey through South America -  from Colombia in the north to Argentina in the south; from Chile in the west to Brazil in the east. Last...

Questioning Authority on Santiago’s Streets

In 2013, Marielle Petranoff studied abroad in Santiago, Chile. Her time there was organized by IFSA-Butler, a study abroad provider that has sent over 50,000 students abroad since its founding in 1988, and currently operates...

From Chile to Bolivia by 4-Wheel Drive

My mate and I were in San Pedro, Chlie, looking for the best way to get to Bolivia. Flying from Chile to Bolivia was expensive; taking a bus meant that we’d likely miss out on...

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