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Easter Island: Why Are There Giant Statues on a Mysterious Pacific Island

In the Southern Pacific Ocean, a remote volcanic island looms out of the sea with giant stone statues. The Easter Island Statues. So who put these giant stone heads on Easter Island and... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 12-10-16


VIDEO: The best Empanadas in Santiago?

The best Empanadas in Santiago, Chile? We often frequent restaurants as we travel around the world based on research and recommendations; however, a third method, and one that is even more exciting,... Read More

Travel Post by Nomadic Samuel on the 10-07-16


VIDEO: Chorrillana – Chilean Snack in Santiago, Chile

Chorrillana: Typical Chilean Snack in Santiago, Chile One of the classic Chilean snack food dishes worth trying when visiting Santiago is something called Chorrillana. This dish, which is worth sharing with a... Read More

Travel Post by Nomadic Samuel on the 05-07-16


4 Must-Try Chilean Cocktails (Plus Recipes!)

Have you ever had pineapple ice cream in your cocktail? Not many travelers are familiar with Chilean tragos (drinks) and I truly believe that this is something that should be changed. If... Read More

Travel Post by That Backpacker on the 06-05-16


7 of the World’s Most Picturesque Desert Landscapes

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write My eyes grew so wide with childlike wonder the first time I saw a desert in real life.... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 29-04-16


Exploring Rapa Nui: A One Week Easter Island Travel Itinerary!

If you’re going to be travelling in Chile, Easter Island is just a skip and hop away. The only way you can reach this remote island that marks the southeasternmost point... Read More

Travel Post by That Backpacker on the 28-04-16


3 easy day trips from Santiago, Chile

Many people fly into Santiago with the desire to see more of Chile than just the city. However, Chile is quite a long country (4,270 kilometers or 2,670 miles long, to... Read More

Travel Post by That Backpacker on the 26-04-16


VIDEO: Visiting the Valley of the Moon for Sunset

Visiting the Valley of the Moon for Sunset As part of our marathon day in the Atacama Desert, which started at 4 in the morning, we joined a second afternoon tour to... Read More

Travel Post by Nomadic Samuel on the 14-03-16


VIDEO: Visiting San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

Visiting San Pedro de Atacama, Chile For the past several days we’ve called San Pedro de Atacama home. This frontier town in the northern parts of Chile straddles the border with Bolivia... Read More

Travel Post by Nomadic Samuel on the 10-03-16


VIDEO: Our first impressions of Arica, Chile

Our first impressions of Arica, Chile Crossing from La Paz, Bolivia to Arica, Chile was a nightmare in terms of Immigration. It took us over 5.5 hours to get processed and by... Read More

Travel Post by Nomadic Samuel on the 08-03-16


Rano Kau Hike, Orongo Village, and The Birdman

“Close your eyes and grab my shoulder.” Said David, our guide. But we’re hiking off-road here. “You’re not going to let me fall, are you? The trail is kind of rocky.”... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 30-10-15


Facing the Modern Mystery: Moai of Rapa Nui (Easter Island)

In the southern coast of the Easter Island. A group of travelers are cheerfully chatting in the van. The van goes around the corner. Two women in front, casually look out... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 27-10-15


Rapa Nui Umu

Rapa Nui stole my heart. I always deeply fall in love with the people who identify themselves with their culture, and this was one of those experiences. The people at... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 06-10-15


Five places to never miss on a trip to Nicaragua

Before visiting Nicaragua for the first time, I had really low expectations on this country. I didn’t know many people who had been there before, and anyways none of them appeared to... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 05-08-15


Gazing Across The Skyline of Santiago, Chile

The post Gazing Across The Skyline of Santiago, Chile appeared first on LandLopers. ... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 18-06-15


Chile vs. Argentina: Which Country Has the Better Wine?

The question came up repeatedly as I prepared to make the biggest trip of my life. Better wine: Chile or Argentina? I... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 06-04-15


Photo of the Week: Awestruck on Easter Island

Rano Raraku on Easter Island Given that it’s the Easter Holiday weekend, we thought it was fitting to make this week’s travel photo about Easter Island. This photo was captured at Rano... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 04-04-15


Confessions of the First Travel Blogger

One of these claims to be “The Most Interesting Blogger in the World” I was surprised when I picked up a copy USAToday and saw an item that cited me as... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 21-03-15


Inside Santiago’s Fiestas Pátrias

Classes were wrapping up on a Friday morning in mid-September, and my Brazilian Portuguese teacher casually mentioned we wouldn’t be having class the following Thursday or Friday. Before I could bat... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 14-09-14


Win a Trip for 2 to Chile & Antarctica!

I’m so wishing I had a U.S. passport right now because this is a trip I’d love to have a shot at winning for myself! Turbodown is running an amazing travel... Read More

Travel Post by That Backpacker on the 10-09-14


A brief guide to Valdivia, Chile

Valdivia probably isn’t a city you immediately think of when you think of Chile. In fact, I’m not sure you’d think of it at all. Before going to Chile, I had... Read More

Travel Post by The Indie Travel Podcast on the 08-01-14


Lourdes on 25 Prayers a Day

The Lowdown on Tacky Souvenirs and Christian Kitsch – Hautes-Pyrenees France I think it was Goethe who said that the imagination was man’s “deadliest enemy,” but how could that be so... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 20-12-13


A Million Steps

A Million Steps by Kurt Koontz Life certainly takes a winding road sometimes – Kurt Koontz was a successful sales executive for a Fortune 500 company. “Retiring” fairly early he is... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 30-11-13


Camino de Santiago, A Million Steps

A million is a rough estimate of the number of steps I took while walking the Camino de Santiago. I made the calculation on day 13 of my trek as I... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 01-11-13


Savory Eats at MGM Grand, Las Vegas

While there are no shortages of activities to enjoy at MGM Grand there are also a number of restaurants here. As a Foodie I was thankful to dine in two different... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 29-10-13


Atacama to the Antarctic – in Association with Sernatur

In an interruption of my ongoing Mongolia programming, I’m bringing you a video about…. Chile, a country that’s already on our bucket list for next year, and is... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 17-10-13


Travel Photo – Mountains in Torres Del Paine, Chile

2 Backpackers Travel Community - Travel Photo – Mountains in Torres Del Paine, Chile Subscribe Now -> http://feeds.feedburner.com/TwoBackpackers 2 Backpackers Travel Community - Travel Photo – Mountains in Torres Del Paine, Chile 2... Read More

Travel Post by 2 Backpackers on the 11-09-13


Travel Photo – El Tatio Geysers in San Pedro de Atacama

2 Backpackers Travel Community - Travel Photo – El Tatio Geysers in San Pedro de Atacama Subscribe Now -> http://feeds.feedburner.com/TwoBackpackers Sourced from Wikipedia: El Tatio is a geyser field located within the Andes... Read More

Travel Post by 2 Backpackers on the 28-08-13


Lessons Learned from Being Mugged Abroad

Last month I celebrated the one year anniversary of an event that made a significant impact on my life and molded me into a more savvy, independent and conscientious traveler. In... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 23-08-13


Sandboarding San Pedro de Atacama

Peering up the 40 percent incline of the monumental sand dune in Valle del la Muerte, I told myself the views would... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 09-07-13