March and April make for a perfect time to walk the neighbourhoods of Mexico City and see the jacaranda trees in bloom. This is Polanco!
Cuasimodo is the celebration of communion given to the infirm and sick, and is still celebrated on horseback in Santiago.
Enjoy all Santiago has to offer with this family walking tour (mostly an eating tour!) of Barrio Italia.
Cerro Provincia (2,750 m) is a full day hike that is a must for any hiking bucket-list in Santiago.
Pomaire makes a great day trip to stock up on local black pottery and enjoy local restaurants.
One of the advantages of being a long, skinny country stretching down between the Pacific and the ribs of the Andes, is that Chile has a Pacific coastline of 4,270 km // 2,653 mi. That’s as long as driving from Vancouver to Ottawa! With a width of only 90 km in some places (and a …
It’s September and almost Fiestas Patrias here in Chile. We may be missing out on the fondas, and big BBQs with friends, but we have some fabulous hikes in nature located within the city of Santiago! (Information accurate for first week of September 2020.) You follow this amazing blue river most of the way. From …