• Top Tropical Vacations: Visit Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is the single most visited city in the entire southern hemisphere. Besides the perfect weather, beaches and rich culture, it has so much to offer anyone coming through the marvelous city. [caption id="attachment_8904" align="aligncenter" width="4928"] Explore the beautiful landscapes of this amazing city![/caption] If you are in Buenos Aires for an extended period of time, you should definitely try to make your way Read more
  • landscape_in_argentina-wallpaper-3840x2160 Argentina

    Four Argentina Itineraries for 10-Day & Shorter Trips

    With a total extension of 2.784.400 km2, Argentina is one of the world`s largest countries. It has also been declared by the WWF one of the countries with the greatest wealth and natural biodiversity in the world. Due to the latitudinal extension and the diverstity of reliefs. Argentina has a great variety of climates - it extends to a tropical climate in the far north and subpolar in the far south (including polar climate if we consider the Read more
  • Carnival in Rio Argentina

    How to Survive Carnival in Rio

    Arguably the biggest and best party in all of South America is Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. World travellers, partiers, and tourists alike flock to the beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana for 4 days of sin and sun. For anyone travelling through Brazil in the month of February, you’ll surely get a taste of Carnival life. It’s nearly impossible to escape the decorations, dancing, and partying that is Carnival in Rio. My first experience in Read more
  • 2016 Rio Olympics Argentina

    4 Reasons to Visit Rio de Janeiro in 2016

    Rio de Janeiro has a worldwide reputation for being an exotic, sizzling, exciting city with lots of beach life and lots of nightlife. This reputation in and of itself draws people to visit all year-round, but this year there’s even more reasons to visit Rio de Janeiro. 1. The Olympics That’s right, the 2016 summer Olympics will be held in Rio from August 5-21 hosting over 10,000 athletes from 206 countries. If you didn’t make it to Read more
  • 2016 Rio Olympics Argentina

    All You Need to Know About the 2016 Rio Olympics

    You mourned over your decision to miss the FIFA Soccer World Cup in Brazil two summers ago; after all, a worldwide event that happens once every four years + Brazil = unforgettable experience. Well, ladies and gents, your redemption has arrived, and its name is the 2016 Rio Olympics. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably already know that the world’s biggest sporting event will be held in none other than sizzling Rio de Read more