After years of suspending service, a European airline has put Uruguay back in its service route.  Iberia resumed its thrice-weekly direct flights from Barcelona and Madrid to Carrasco Airport on July 6, ending a long drought between Uruguay and European airlines. The new flight is quite important for Uruguayan tourism, given the increasing number, Read More

Due to high demand and the popularity of its unique programs, Forum International is adding dates to its Galapagos Islands offerings, including an exceptional Iguanas and Incas program that combines the Islands with a week spent in Peru. The intrinsic uniqueness of the enchanted Galapagos Islands make this destination spot a must-see. Where else, Read More

Orient-Express Peru, operators of two of Perus finest luxury hotels and eco resort, as well as recently launched Hiram Bingham luxury train (a partnership between Orient-Express and PeruRail that travels between Cusco and Machu Picchu), has unveiled two alluring honeymoon packages designed for the growing number of celebrants seeking exotic yet pampering escapes. Attractively, Read More

OffPeakTraveler.com is once again offering Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro packages at exceptional prices valid through November 30, 2004 with seasonal air surcharge applicable from June 16 through August 19. The Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires 6-Night Package starts at $699 per person and includes 3-nights at the first class Savoy Othon, Read More

Around one thousand three hundred tourists from different nationalities were blocked by the landslides that fell onto the district of Macchu Picchu, they were evacuated  by train today from the town Aguas Calientes to the city of Cuzco.. minister of Agriculture, Jose Leon Rivera, confirmed that no tourist was injured and that by tomorrow, Read More

A mud slide during the early hours of yesterday morning destroyed several houses in Machu Picchu village (also known as Aguas Calientes) and blocked the railroad station. The train is the only land connection between one of the world’s most legendary sites and the outside world. Earlier, river monitoring personnel at Inkaterra’s Machu Picchu, Read More

What could be better than skiing for a week in the Andes Mountains, with some of the best freeskiers in the world? This summer, the dream week can come true, with the first annual Ski with the Superstars Week in Portillo, Chile! Organized by Davenport MountainSport Inc. and sponsored by Delta Airlines (www.delta.com), Ski, Read More

Chile is advertising the Antarctica as a deluxe tourist destination for big-spending travelers, especially from Germany. Antarctica is now selling as a travel destination. People usually relate it to scientific research and military bases, but they dont know they can fly down there as tourists, said Andrea Pivcevic of DAP Antarctica. A one-day trip, Read More

On the heels of an unprecedented year with a total inflow of 700,000 tourists, Ecuadors travel industry is hoping to grab an 8 to 10 percent growth this time around, Ecuadorian tourism minister Gladys Eljuri said as she made a cautiously upbeat recount of her nations attendance of the latest International Tourism Marketplace (ITB), Read More

Journey by sea kayak deep into the heart of the Amazon jungle on an active excursion, with an emphasis on wildlife and ecology with Adventure Life Journeys. The outfitter’s Amazon Adventurer Eight-Day tour explores the Huaorani territory in the vast Amazon basin.