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If winter weather in North America is giving you chills, take a trip to South America's best beaches.
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From the darkest depths of Peru to the crystal blue underground cenotes of Mexico, there is something incredibly alluring about Latin America. However, the best off-the-beaten-track destinations are usually discovered by word of mouth, often among travellers on the road from hostel bunkbeds or over a local beer. We've done the hard work for you and asked some of the world's most respected travel experts for their favourites.
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There are more than 4,500 miles of coast to explore in Brazil, so here's a snapshot of just a few of the beaches that should be on your list the next time you're planning a trip.
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The world is a beautiful place. Whether it's Las Coloradas, a pink lake in Mexico, Rainbow Mountain in Peru, or the Blue City in Morocco, these destinations are truly amazing.
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If you've been considering a trip to South America, this summer might be the perfect opportunity to take one. Beginning June 17, Americans will no longer need to purchase a $44 e-visa to travel to Brazil. The same goes for citizens of Canada, Australia, and Japan. Visitors will be able to remain in the country for 90 days, with an option to extend their stay to 180 days. Here are 13 photos that will make you want to book a flight sooner rather than later.
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Lençóis Maranhenses in Brazil might appear to be your average desert, but for six months of the year, this dry, arid, oasis turns into a cool hotspot. Discover the hidden gem of Brazil’s disappearing desert oasis.
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Mexico City may be renowned for its modernism — including a youthful, creative population, a vibrant contemporary art scene, and raucous nightlife — but it's the city's history, stacked up like layers of fossiliferous strata, that makes a trip here so intoxicating. The oldest edifices are concentrated in the aptly named Centro Histórico district, but you can catch glimpses of the past throughout the entire Valley of Mexico; it just all depends on what era you are looking for.
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