Sylvia shares some snapshots of the scenery on the journey to Machu Picchu.
After spending more than a week in Antarctica and a day and a half heading north across Drake's passage, DrFumblefinger sees his first views of South America—namely, Cape Horn.
Holland-America is sending some of its smaller ships on ambitious itineraries around South America
A long-delayed deal has now been completed, giving IAG a stronger hand in the South Atlantic and Caribbean.
While waiting for his ship to come in, Barry Barford discovers a slice of heaven on the Chilean coast.
Opened in 1994, this park is privately owned and set in 16 hectares of sub-tropical rainforest, providing shelter for more than 800 birds.
Buenos Aires pulses with life and a Latin vibe, and like all of the world’s great cities it never seems to sleep.
American continues rebuilding its Latin America business with tightened ties to Brazil's GOL
DrFumblefinger visits Plaza de Mayo, the financial and political heart of Buenos Aires.
With a bid by Azul to buy LATAM, South America's airline line-up is facing a number of possible shifts.
With a rich maritime history, abundant wildlife and immensely hospitable locals, this slice of Britain in the South Atlantic has a lot going for it.
As it prepares to emerge from bankruptcy, the Colombia-based Star Alliance carrier is mapping out its new North American footprint.
American Airlines hooks up with a low-cost carrier to extend is networks after losing LATAM connection.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of a journey to a remote tributary river of the Amazon basin in Peru.
Hard hit by the virus lockdown, South America's largest airline sends part of the company into bankruptcy while continuing operations.