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    The ultimate quiz to know if you are a responsible traveller

    Have you ever thought about making a real change in the world? We have all heard about the famous “make a baby, plant a tree, write a book”. In the 3.0 version of the popular saying we should add “...write a book and choose to be a responsible travel”. What’s a responsible traveller? To answer to this questions we have to define what’s “sustainable tourism” (something you may heard about in the last past few years), and Read more
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    Rio de Janeiro Carnival: Customs and Traditions

    Looking for things to do in Rio de Janeiro? If you have ever traveled to Brazil around Easter, you must have had the fortune of witnessing the Rio de Janeiro Carnival? This is the top of Things to do in Rio de Janeiro and once in a lifetime experience and we guarantee no regreats, only fun and memorable experience! Let´s learn a little bit more about it: [caption id="attachment_10295" align="alignleft" width="970"] Rio de Janeiro Carnival is Read more
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    Talk like a Local: Slang of Argentina

    Looking for Argentina Travel tips? Here’s traveling tip 101: Antes de viajar a Argentina, es importante saber el lunfardo que se habla en el país. In case you don’t know Spanish and didn’t understand what was said above, there’s no need to worry. We are saying, before traveling to Argentina, it’s important to know lunfardo (the slang of Argentina). ’So, your command over Spanish is at par with those who speak the language natively? Read more
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    The ‘Secret’ Closed Door Restaurants of Buenos Aires

    Imagine walking into a stranger’s home and sitting down for dinner. And rather than being pushed out by the residents, being treated like royalty and served a full course meal instead. Sounds weird, right? But this is a typical culinary experience in Buenos Aires. Known as "Restaurant  A puertas cerradas" ‘the closed-door restaurants’, there are chefs interspersed throughout the city who will willingly make an elaborate and delicious Read more
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    5 Ways Christmas in Argentina is Unique

    Spending Christmas away from home is almost always unique one way or another. For those of us dreaming of a white Christmas, it may be customary to imagine snow on the ground, a warm fire, and spending quality time with family. While for others, a magical Christmas could mean travelling to tropical locations to escape the bitter cold and trade it in for a cool cocktail and some well-deserved R&R. For those of us finding that we may be Read more
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    Must-try Foods on Your Trip to Salta

    t goes without saying that one of the top reasons to visit Argentina is its rich and exquisite gastronomy. If you choose to travel fifteen hundred kilometers northwest from Buenos Aires to visit a place like Salta, the food will definitely be a decisive factor, as it is known all around the country for its unique, nourishing and tasty variety of ingredients. Here is a thorough selection of dishes you must try on your trip to Salta, (which is Read more
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    Independence Day: 4th of July vs 9th of July

    Parades, parties and patriotism---three common words that come into our minds when we think of the Independence Day!  America and Argentine may share the same month to celebrate this big day but they do it in different styles. Let’s take a look at the three traditions that make their celebrations different: 1. Family Affair vs.  Communal Gatherings   Argentines are big on families. Independence Day for most of them means a Read more
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    Guarani: The People of Northern Argentina

    Home to the world famous Iguazu Waterfalls, Misiones Province is located in the northernmost tip of Argentina, bordering Paraguay and Brazil. Redrock plateaus and thick jungle forests have left this region fairly undeveloped, save for the bustling tourist attraction at  Iguazu. Considered uniquely untouched by modern civilization, there is one vast culture that has lived in and protected the area for centuries. Meet the Guarani people, an Read more
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    Top 4 South American Festivals You Need to Know About

    South Americans sure know how to celebrate a good time. The festivals, events and other types of fiestas in the lower western hemisphere can rarely be found in some other parts of the world. In some cases, it’s like the whole city turned up for the ultimate party that lasts days and nights. Not only is the whole city and country committed to these celebrations, but people from other parts of the world take part too. So, what exactly are these Read more
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    Must Try Foods in Santiago de Chile

    The mountainous sights of Patagonia and the architectural wonders of Cuzco might satisfy your need for adventure, but for the ultimate trip, you need to make is a visit to Santiago de Chile. This city is a foodie’s haven. Here’s a list of cuisines you must try in Santiago: Empanada de Pino To go to Chile and not eat an empanada seems like some kind of cultural crime. This delicious traditional food is pure bliss. Try it with a cheesy Read more
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    The Holiday Season in Argentina

    For those coming from the Northern Hemisphere to Argentina over December holidays, the warm weather might be quite a shock! Argentina’s holiday sun may not be the white snowy Christmas from storybooks, but it definitely has its own summer charm to celebrate las fiestas, the Holiday Season in Argentina.  The Holiday Season in Argentina is a magical time of year. Christmas is a holiday celebrated both with friends and family. During Read more
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    Argentine Customs Travelers Should Know

    Like any country in the world, Argentina has their own set of customs and cultural norms which some visitors may find surprising when they first arrive. But, never fear! Our team of travel experts have collected some of the most common Argentine customs travelers should know, no matter where in the world you're visiting from! Greetings Kissing on the cheek when greeting hello and goodbye is part of Argentine culture. When Argentines enter a Read more